I think I’ve talked about this before. In my spare time I like to build guitar effects for my friends and myself and repeatedly heard that I should do something with it. Since I’m a graphic designer by trade and like to tinker with software I’ve decided to build a website dedicated to building guitar […]
As a creative, you most definitely appreciate the flexibility that comes with the freedom to work from home. You don’t have to deal with the rigid 9 to 5, or the claustrophobic cubicle. But remember you still need to maintain your creativity, if anything productive is to come out of it.
Do you feel like your creative talents are being put to waste with your 9-5 job? Do you wish to pursue your passion in creating music while earning money at the same time?
What would a future boss think if they saw a big gap on your resume filled with “Creating stock photography for
There are many reasons not to start composing stock music. And I know this is the thing for most people. Because at one point you won’t like composing music anymore.
This is what I’ve Googled for researching this topic. Since creativity and creating things as come up a lot on this blog, who would have known, I’d had to Google it. This result, the first one that had a little content snippet thingy, is somewhat of what I’ve expected. Partially useless crap. So let’s rewrite history (hehe) and create a new breed of creative humans. Let’s go!
Let’s take the time first to realise what this means and that it is a moving target. Meaningful content can mean something totally different, lets say, two years from now. But if you can combine evergreen with meaningful, then you got it and are well on your way. Meaningful content means that what you make […]
This blog is about something different. Well, sort of. Last Februari I met up with David Tonnaer from Sawsonic in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands) and we had an awesome conversation about stock music, the state of the libraries, audio sausages without any dynamics and many other interesting topics.
Last january I had a beer and a coffee with fellow Dutch stock music composer David Tonnaer and we had an interesting talk about dynamics and misuse of compression in stock music.
First of all, by all means, I’m not an expert. No! Don’t stop reading! Everything below this introduction is what I found out about stock music, how I’ve started and the subtile things noticed that can be helpful for stock music composers in general. So let’s do this, what do you need to know when composing royalty free music?
So here it is, 2019. Happy newyear folks! I hope you had an awesome Christmas and newyear’s eve! Let’s create a lot of awesome stuff this year. Oh and by the way I’ve decided to throw my blog online. For real! Allright! Oh wait, if I didn’t you wouldn’t be reading this. Right? Right… So […]