Producer Spotlight: Dom Morley on the #MusicMadeMe Podcast

We’re back with a socially distant episode of the #MusicMadeMe Podcast, and this week we’re spotlighting GRAMMY Award-winning producer, mixer and engineer Dom Morley. Dom has experience working with Mark Ronson, Amy Winehouse, Adele and tons of other musical heavyweights. In this conversation, TuneCore’s UK Country Manager Nathan Phillips chats with Dom about his engineering […]

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Introducing TuneCore’s U.S. Studio Directory

TuneCore noticed that most aggregators or directories for recording studio needs were outdated, unhelpful, and underwhelming, we began partnering with studios across the U.S. to help provide a solution.

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DIY vs. Paying For Services: How & When To Decide If It’s Worth It

As an independent musician, it can be tough allocating budget for helpful services, especially when you’re in a DIY state of mind.

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Producing Tracks For Licensing – How To Raise Your Odds For Success [Part 2]

In the second installment of another two-part series, home recording extraordinaire Gary Gray breaks down some tips for production with licensing in mind!

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Producing Tracks For Licensing – How To Raise Your Odds For Success [Part 1]

In the first installment of another two-part series, home recording extraordinaire Gary Gray breaks down some tips for production with licensing in mind!

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A Modern Definition of Mastering for the Home Studio Producer [Part 2]

In Part Two of home studio guru Gary Gray’s series on mastering, we learn about the importance of LUFS, normalization and streaming in today’s production world.

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A Modern Definition of Mastering for the Home Studio Producer [Part 1]

In Part One of a two-part series, studio guru Gary Gray breaks down the high level view of mastering for today’s aspiring home studio engineer.

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Should You Master for Different Digital Platforms?

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by our friends at Sweetwater.] Your mix is slammin’, your band is smilin’, and you’re putting the final sheen on your final FINALmaster before you hand it off to TuneCore for distribution. There’s only one problem: the target loudness you used is YouTube’s, not Tidal’s, and your song may […]

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Mastering Isn’t a Dark Art, It’s Just Misunderstood

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Steve Corrao, owner and chief engineer at Sage Audio in Nashville, TN.] Here at Sage Audio Mastering, we realize that for years, mastering has been viewed as ‘mysterious’. It has been described as a “Dark Art”, and some think of it as the “Wizard” behind the curtain. Most people […]

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Mix Buss Compression Made Easy!

[Author: Scott Wiggins *]   How many of you are completely terrified of doing anything to the mix buss, aka “stereo buss” “2 buss”? It is real easy to mess up an entire mix with too much processing, in particular, mix buss compression. Over the years of searching the internet creeping on my favorite mixers […]

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