Posted on 18 April, 2013Reblogged from theremina
"Stoner rock was the moment when all that old rock shit from the 70s began to make sense to the generation that had missed it the first time: crunching riffs, wailing guitars; a dirty, bluesy groove whipped into shape by lashes of wah-wah. It was like Hendrix if he’d never come to London but had stayed locked in a basement in Seattle for 30 years, inviting Soundgarden and Alice in Chains round for endless jams."
Posted on 12 April, 2013Reblogged from laumabre
Posted on 7 April, 2013Source Bandcamp
Posted on 7 April, 2013
Posted on 5 April, 2013Reblogged from guardianmusic
Posted on 2 April, 2013
"The next time you mix, try not to push the instruments past -6 decibels (e.g. -9 is good, -2 is bad). Complete your final mix as you normally would, even using maximum compression. Then, compare the length of time you can listen to the new mix versus the old mix. You’ll be amazed how this one recommendation can increase the length of time you can listen to a song. You will no longer suffer from listening fatigue. One more thing, for EQ don’t push past 3 decibels on any frequency because you will experience the same listening fatigue as pushing the volume past -6 decibels."
kažkokia chuinia, bet šiandien padėjo ,)
Posted on 19 March, 2013Source music.taliferro.com
Posted on 19 March, 2013Reblogged from opit