Transform Your Rough Recordings Into Released Records, Even If You Only Have a Home Studio

Putting Your Producer Hat On (Or Borrowing Someone Else’s…)


This week’s Long Wait video (support us on Patreon for more) is about something important to do when you’re self-producing.

If you’re self-producing your own album it’s hard to switch roles all the time but here are some tips on switching gears and putting your producer hat on.

Or if that fails, at least get someone else to wear the hat and give you some pointers.

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About Audio Issues and Björgvin Benediktsson

We help musicians transform their recordings into radio-ready and release-worthy records they’re proud to release.

We do this by offering simple and practical music production and success skills they can use immediately to level themselves up – while rejecting negativity and gear-shaming from the industry. A rising tide floats all boats and the ocean is big enough for all of us to surf the sound waves.

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