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bgood 20th July 2016 08:57 AM

Web Sites You Read
 
What online sources do you read regularly for music production tips, advice, reviews?

Gearslutz obviously.... But what else?

komil 21st July 2016 02:35 AM

Home page | pureMix.net

MusiKLover 21st July 2016 04:01 AM

Home Recording Forum --recordingreview the most
VI-CONTROL
https://ask.audio/news
MusicTech.net - The World's Best Music Technology Website | MusicTech.net
Audiofanzine: Music gear news & reviews. Recording studio, music software, guitar, bass, drums, DJ gear & Live sound

fwet 21st July 2016 04:18 AM

Createdigitalmusic.com
tapeop
Ableton live forum
MPC forum

bgood 21st July 2016 07:38 AM

All good ones...

Sound on Sound...

I also find myself on youtube when I'm running down something.

Ain't Nobody 21st July 2016 07:42 AM

Some good tutorials on YouTube, and the usual suspects (mainly named already) are good for an introduction to a topic, but nothing even comes close to GS for being able to dive into the details and get real feedback on a topic.

bgood 21st July 2016 09:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ain't Nobody (Post 12028281)
Some good tutorials on YouTube, and the usual suspects (mainly named already) are good for an introduction to a topic, but nothing even comes close to GS for being able to dive into the details and get real feedback on a topic.

I suppose that does happen on occasion here at GS. Certainly no shortage of opinions and fetishes that's for sure!

Ain't Nobody 21st July 2016 01:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bgood (Post 12028354)
I suppose that does happen on occasion here at GS. Certainly no shortage of opinions and fetishes that's for sure!

I've come here looking for very specific info on how a specific track was created, and ended up getting a play by play from the person who actually produced the track. I've lost count of how many times someone has stepped me through a difficult technical process. All in all, I've learned more on here in the last few years than I did from an ill-advised Audio Engineering degree 20 years ago.

First rule of GS is no different than that of any other furm: Ignore the unproductive subforums and duck out the moment the bickering starts.

jlaws 21st July 2016 04:32 PM

Kvr and musicradar, as well as many of the other that have been mentioned, but as has been said, gearslutz is really a great one stop shop. However, I sometimes feel like I spend more time on gs than making Music, but that can't be true, can it?

worm 27th July 2016 12:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jlaws (Post 12028856)
Kvr and musicradar, as well as many of the other that have been mentioned, but as has been said, gearslutz is really a great one stop shop. However, I sometimes feel like I spend more time on gs than making Music, but that can't be true, can it?


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