Yes, my post have been far and few in between but recently I got a Mac Mini and just love it. I will be doing more post on the transition from using a PC to record music to recording music on a Mac. So far it has been easy. My Line 6 UX2 installed easy, so did Podfarm.. and so did Riffworks. Im still getting the hang of Garage Band, but it looks really cool.
Now for the big news.. Check out my new song!
Give it a listen and sign up so you can leave me a shout! This is a contest and I might even win something if I get enough shouts.
I decided to whip up a screen cast of line 6 Podfarm that I use with my UX2. This is a great recording combo for a musician wanting to record music at home. I did a previous post on the entire setup I use.
If you want to see the upcoming screencast I do on the rest of the software I use please subscribe to my mailing list or to my youTube Channel. If you want to see a gear video let me know by leaving a comment below.
Thanks for stopping by!
Tonight I had a conversation with Laypig over at Layzpig.com.
We found out, after pouring over the legal verbiage of various Performing Rights Organizations (PRO). It appears you need to be careful when you publish your music online, and realize that what you post to various sites on the internet might become property of the public domain. Sure you will get exposure which could mean BIG BUCKS, but ya just might lose out if your stuck in a rut and can’t come up with new material.
So, if you have a song that you think is really good, and you did all the work on it yourself (or really love your band mate’s or co-writer’s and have that trust thing goin on) – ya just might not want to start showing your wicked new jams off till you have fully researched the details of what you might be losing. In case you want to do a bit a researching yourself I have provided the links below:
Performing Rights Organiztion that I know of in the USA:
Self Publishing Sites that I know of so far (or feel like digging up at the moment):
Jango Online Radio
OK, Im not Aesop, But! The moral of this post is: Read all the terms and services agreements you are getting ready to click before you click em… =)