Mine are the typical issues that stem from being a
... One is technical ignorance, (eg. not understanding basics like gain-staging, dBVU/dBFS, phase, realising tracks can sound awful on the radio that sounded fine everywhere else) and the other is the consequence of the processes of writing, playing and recording being practiced as a single activity. (eg. I'm so used to them being under my control that I struggle to take up offers of recording in treated rooms through nice outboard, but it's so hard to be disciplined with stages of production, resulting in lots of faffing and left vs right brain tussles).ef37a wrote: Silly S** with a guitar or keyboard and mic
2. Regarding learning to produce music, what would you wish for more than anything else?
Identical ears - much younger ones. Self-discipline. A treated space solely that activity. A much better computer.