Music Producer | Composer | Blogger.
I make music and write about things I care about.
Artist Interview: KillTrack
I’m excited to present the second interview in the Artist Interviews series! This time I got some answers from KillTrack, an EDM producer and composer from Tanzania in East Africa.
Artist Interview: KOMB
To kick off the Artist Interviews series I was lucky enough to get some answers from the man Karl Lane (a.k.a Komb). He’s a producer/composer/musical all-rounder with a love for everything from orchestral and classical music to post-rock and heavy metal.
Do You Feel Like You’ve Got Nothing To Offer? Ask Yourself These 4 Questions
One of the biggest reasons why I didn’t start writing sooner was the belief that I had nothing of value to offer anyone. Creativity is my thing, but I haven’t mastered it. I struggle with anxiety, but I don’t know much about the science behind it. I really care about personal growth and inspiring others, but I haven’t figured it all out for myself yet.
The Start and The Simple: Make Music the Easy Way
Music production today is a minefield. While it’s never been easier to learn how to do it, it’s also never been more confusing.
Why I Gave Up My Music Studio For Headphones
I recently decided it was time to pack up my studio space and commit to making music exclusively on headphones. Having been an advocate of studio space for years, this wasn’t an easy call to make.
The Magic Button Is In Your Ears
If you’re a producer, you’ll know that the search for the magic button is absolutely real. We consume information like junk food, looking for the answer – that one thing that will take us from mediocre to full blown pro with…well, the push of a button.
How I Finally Moved Forward in My Creative Life (And How You Can Too)
Until recently, I had a big problem: I was standing still in my creative life. I was stuck. I couldn’t understand why I wasn’t making the progress I felt I should have been, and I was watching everyone around me moving forward at what felt like the speed of light.
Why I Recommend Quantity Over Quality (In the Beginning)
You don’t often hear this when you’re talking about a creative product, but I believe that if you’re in the beginning stages of learning how to make music, quantity actually tops quality.