Today I want to write about why sharing your knowledge with others is a key ingredient to creation. This has been apart of my journey since my baptismal a month ago. This yearning to be in the light during the darkest of times.
Today I had the opportunity to teach my audio and production skill sets to a friend. He genuinely wanted to learn the thriller/tftc stack I used. I was game. I love talking about this stuff. I even went into full whiteboard sessions to explain the analog routing. He also wanted to understand how the work flow along with the equipment became critical to my current setup. We spent the bulk of the day going over the basics of a cabling, mixer, preamps, interface, mics, routing inputs and other miscellaneous equipment. We even got into watts and the continuous signal of analog sound.
The hammer I kept hitting home is a craftsmanship approach to editing and engineering while still maintaining that extra attention to detail.
I N R E T R O S P E C T
D O Y O U J U S T K E E P G O I N G?
Yes you do. In fact, keep working at it even when no one is watching. The passion and dedication you bring to any project is a reflection on you. Take pride in the day in and day out. Pay attention to the details and most of all dream a little bigger.
“I would just like say to you with all my heart is that most everybody I know who does interesting creative work, they went through a phase of years where they had really good taste and they could tell what they were making wasn’t as good as they wanted it to be.” - Ira Glass
True hi-fidelity audio can be achieved easily with great equipment that is what I call low hanging fruit. How good are you on the fly? Do you bring the right vibe into the studio? Talent seeks out talent. Collaboration is key! The sharing of knowledge is an integral part to it all.
honestly creating any form of art can be vulnerable but i finally getting to working on the thriller bitcoin newspaper, ive been talking about for the past eight months
knocking out every dream, one by one this year