My new single “It’s Spring” was released today via Distrokid which means it should be available just about everywhere you stream your music or buy digital downloads. It’s also on Youtube which I’ve embedded below. The track was written and recorded at the beginning of April 2021. I wish I had written in my notes… Continue reading My Latest Single “It’s Spring” Dropped Today
My new single “A Magic Lake” went live today on all digital platforms. Spotify: Apple Music: Youtube Music: https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=blXM0cN8Zk0&feature=share Regular Youtube: This Hypeddit Landing page has links to most of the places it is available for streaming or purchase. The top two, Spotify and Apple Music, I think account for something like 90% of music… Continue reading Just Released a New Single “A Magic Lake”
Even if you’re keeping the same bit depth. The short of it is, that the bounce down, say from 96khz/24bit to 44.1/24bit is going to raise your True Peak and integrated LUFS by .2-3 points. When you apply dithering, it tames that gain to only .1 point. There are technical reasons for this, but the… Continue reading Why You Must Dither When You Bounce
My latest single just dropped on Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube Music, Amazon Music, really every streaming platform on Earth by way of Distrokid. It’s also on regular old Youtube. It’s called “Just for a Moment,” and the B-Side is “Union Street (Hold On).” Give me a listen, like, and follow if you’re a fan.
I have a track I’ve mastered. It’s -14.7 LUFS and -1.2 True Peak. I’m pretty happy with it other than I wish it were about a decibel louder. So I thought I’d try to go for -13.5 LUFS. But it seems whatever I do the true peak is more sensitive to than the LUFS. For… Continue reading Mixing and Mastering for Streaming Services Lesson 1