I probably could have just said growing up, but transitioning sounds more professional. Everyone has had to struggle through finding what works best for them, in terms of getting the best equipment that works for them. Whether it’s analog or digital, you still have to become skilled with it, and that takes time. Depending on what you were doing before getting the equipment, you may have to reschedule your calendar or have some late night practicing to gain the skills needed to master what you’ve invested in. These are necessary growing transitions every engineer go through. It starts off difficult, but with determination and time you will perfect your latest addition to your studio and be able to wow your clients. This makes transitioning worth the investment. What are your transitioning stories?
Author: Broedwick Moore Music
Broedwick Moore is a music producer, mixing & amp; mastering engineer, sound designer and vocalist. He received Associate degrees from McLennan Community College in Vocal Performance and Audio Engineering, a Bachelor of Science from The Art Institutes of Austin and an MBA in Management from Northcentral University. He dedicates his time to growing a network of professional engineers and artists who live for making quality music for your listening pleasure. He is also a US Army veteran of 10yrs. View All Posts