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How To Use 5 Stock Logic Plugins Blog

How To Use 5 Logic Pro X Stock Plugins Like a Pro

My name is Julian Wharton, and I am a top-rated Logic Pro X instructor on AirGigs. When I’m not helping others, I am a professional producer who makes music for artists, podcasts and films from my East London studio. This article aims to show you…

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AIRIGS MUSIC: A Promotion Initiative For AirGigs Members

AIRGIGS MUSIC: A Promotion Initiative For AirGigs Members

AirGigs has started putting together Spotify playlists of songs created by AirGigs buyers and sellers to help all AirGigs music creators get more streams and recognition for their music. We've been blown away by the hundreds of amazing submissions we've gotten from the community, and…

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8 Reasons You Might Not Be Getting Booked For Remote Sessions

8 Reasons You Might Not Be Getting Remote Session Work

This is a post by top rated session drummer Luke O'Kelley. Like any new venture, starting to do remote session work can be a hard nut to crack. In the new era of pandemics and social distancing, more musicians than ever are interested in doing…

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Addressing Mental Health In The Music Business

This is a guest post by singer, songwriter, and music producer Bobby B. Do you want to be successful in the music industry? Everyone keeps telling you to be yourself? Do you constantly doubt yourself thinking you are not ready or good enough? Trust me,…

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Quality Vs. Marketing In The Music Business

Quality Vs. Marketing In The Music Business

This is a guest post by Paul Santo. Yes, I used the words "marketing" and "product." You may have created your art, but what you are selling is the privilege to someone's time and money. A marketing strategy is imperative, but usually useless without a…

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Ken Lewis: The Pitfalls of Major Labels, The Importance Of Work Ethic, Mixing Tips

Ken Lewis: The Pitfalls of Major Labels, The Importance Of Work Ethic, Mixing Tips

In this post, musician/songwriter and AirGigs interviewer Chris Dunnett sits down with mix engineer, producer, and songwriter Ken Lewis to discuss Ken's career, and the music industry. Ken has worked with 19 Grammy winning artists. He's worked on 99 Certified Gold and Platinum albums, and…

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Remote Recording Sessions (Let's Talk Pricing & Brand) Blog Image

Remote Recording Sessions (Let’s Talk Pricing & Brand)

Finances and pricing are tricky subjects with musicians. Often, two musicians at the same gig will get paid differently. There are many factors that have traditionally affected what a musician makes. But the potential for a musician to increase their earnings has increasingly been capped…

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Vance Powell: Transitioning From Live Sound To The Studio, Minimalist Recording Techniques, And Working With Chris Stapleton + Jack White

Vance Powell: Transitioning From Live Sound To The Studio, Minimalist Recording Techniques, Working With Chris Stapleton + Jack White

Having begun his Audio career in live sound, engineer and producer Vance Powell transitioned to the studio and now operates his own recording studio, Sputnik Sound in Nashville. He has worked with Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Phish, Wolfmother, and Martina McBride. Chris Dunnett recently sat…

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How To Build A Hackintosh (A Musician's First Time Build)

How To Build A Hackintosh (A Musician’s First Time Build)

The process for building a studio is incredibly expensive. You will need at the very least: A computer, an interface, mics, instruments, cables, and a way to listen to what you’ve recorded. Getting a professional rig together usually takes thousands of dollars and years of…

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Use Your Ears: A Note To My Younger Self

Use Your Ears: A Note To My Younger Self

This is a guest post by Brian Dane Hansen. There was a point in my career where the projects that I was currently mixing sounded worse than the songs that I first mixed when I was just getting started. When I realized this, I was…

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In Session Podcast - Joel Kibble

A Conversation With Joel Kibble, Award-Winning Musician, Author & Inspirational Speaker

Contact Joel today about your project! https://www.airgigs.com/user/Joelkibble Today we sat down with Joel Kibble, award-winning musician, author, and inspirational speaker. As a musician, Joel's been a long time member of the Grammy Winning, Multi-Platinum vocal group Take 6. During his time with the group Joel…

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6 Ways Musicians Can Stay Productive In Isolation

This is a guest post by top rated AirGigs artist /Aubrey Whitfield Staying indoors for prolonged periods of time can make you feel uninspired as well as frustrated and lethargic - and that's not good for creativity or productivity! As musicians, however, there are plenty…

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