This post is the fourth instalment of a weekly series in where I share a list of the five coolest things I’ve found (or explored) that week.
1. One Thing: edIT – Creating narratives
Creating narratives in your tracks, inspired by video games. While this video is only short, I think Edit has touched on a seriously interesting idea. I’ll let the video explain the concept in its full context, but if you’re a video game fan, this could inspire countless new ideas.
Multi Analyser is a simple frequency analysis device that allows up to 4 tracks to be viewed and measured in a single device. The analyser can be particularly useful when mixing as it will allow for problematic/clashing frequencies to be visually identified and compared to each other. Oh, and it’s free.
3. 10 Daily Habits and Mindsets That Helped me Write 4 Books
The title perfectly sums up this gem of an article. All of the habits and mindsets can be applied to any creative craft, 1, 5, 9, 10 are my favourites. Read the article here.
4. What I’m reading:
I’ve been ill this past week, which is a rare occurrence for me. On the contrary, It’s given me plenty of reading time, as well as some extra time to take and organise my notes. The first book I read is a relatively short read, Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu. I wrote a post on what I learned from the book or my favourite takeaways which you can find here. I’m currently reading ‘12 Rules for Life’ by Jordan B. Peterson, which I’m finding to be an incredibly, insightful read.
5. What I’m listening too:
RHYE – Blood:
Love Theme from Blade Runner:
A Little Bit Of Japan – Travel Mix:
H.E.R. – Losing: