A Composer’s Guide to Compression, Pt. 3

This is the final installment of a three-part series about using compression in recordings of classical music. In part one, I talked about why it’s important for composers to advocate that their music be recorded and mixed using compression. In ...

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A Composer’s Guide to Compression, Pt. 2

If you’re just tuning in, we’re in the middle of a three-part series about compression in the recording industry and how that applies to classical music. Part one discussed why this is necessary and why we should be advocating for ...

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A Composer’s Guide to Compression, Pt. 1

Those who know me know that I am passionate about how classical music is recorded and that my belief is that it is often not recorded well. You may have even suffered through a rant of mine on this subject, ...

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Alpha Performances

Alpha, a new work commissioned by the Keith/Larson Duo, is being performed a bunch coming up. I'm really excited to see this piece come to life in such capable hands. Feb. 17th 7pm @ Louisville Center for the Arts (801 Grant ...

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