“I came out to Korea because there was a song that was released that I produced,” says Riley. “The company didn’t tell my team what was going on with the song, so I wound up taking a trip there, and it turned into a two-month visit. The first three weeks we were in the apartment making beats. Then we met a friend who became a partner in our company, TRX, Teddy Riley Xperience. He showed us the ropes in Korea and connected us to all the major companies, including SM Entertainment, the largest record company in Korea, maybe in all of Asia.”
When talking about the Dangerous product line he mentions...
"I can only say that the Dangerous 2-Bus is the closest thing to the analog SSL I used back in the day. That’s a real strong and prominent sound for me. Using the Dangerous gear has gotten me into that sonic landscape. The Dangerous gear is ‘Warm’ – I can make anything have ‘punch’ in the box, but I can’t make it sound warm, and that’s the thing that I get with Dangerous gear. I can also get a ‘grimy’ sound with Dangerous, and I get ‘presence’ as well. It takes me back to Dolby SR with tape where you feel the warmness of it.”
I saw these very creative trees on Quora.com so I thought I would share them with all of you. When I lived with three male roommates we made a Christmas tree out of beer cans, similar to the one in this post. Needless to say, we were the only ones who thought it was cool.
It’s time to stop blaming the economy for our own chagrin. Musicians cannot afford to be propped up by excuses any longer. If we look back at history, the book reads like a checklist of complaints and belly aches.
The label as an institution is at a crossroads. Illegal downloading and file sharing has shaken the music business to the core. Its my concern that the people who will most likely suffer will be those at the bottom of the supply chain. In other words, …
Have you ever considered creating your own iPhone app? Mobile Roadie is the best turnkey app creation tools on the market and since I’ve just successfully released my own app, i’d like to share the step by step process with you.