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Hi. I’m Björgvin Benediktsson. I’m an audio engineer, musician and writer. I’m an Alumni from the SAE Institute and have worked in the audio industry since 2006.
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Music Production Made Simple
Music production is the underlying foundation of why a song sounds the way it does. Learn the ins and outs of looking at audio from a musical perspective
- Why Alice in Wonderland Knows a Thing or Two About Pre-Production
- The 4 P’s of Music Production and Engineering
- How Economic Theory Can Help You With Producing
- The Must Read Books On Music Production and Engineering
- The 19 Most Overused Music Production Clichés
- The 10 Audio Production Lies You’re Probably Telling Yourself
How Reverb Makes Everything Fall Into Place
Reverb is the stage on which your instruments play. It’s also the glue that holds a mix together. Learn the various you can use reverb in your mix.
- An Easy Way to Choose the Right Reverb
- Why and When Recording With Reverb is Harmful to Your Audio
- 5 Reverb Mistakes That Make You Look Like an Idiot
- 5 Reasons to Skip the Reverb
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