Ethan here, from Tonic Audio. 👋 I hope you’re finding yourself in the midst of the magic of making music. I wanted to share some exciting news about our upcoming product roadmap, as I believe you’ll be thrilled with the new features we have in store for you in Tonic Audio! Over the past months, our… Continue reading Product Roadmap Update
We’re excited to announce a new feature that makes it easier for you to share your private songs with a select group of people: private share links! It’s a super-easy way to share your work with a select group of people and get feedback on your music. What You Can Do With Private Share Links… Continue reading Private Share Links Are Here!
Collaborating on music can be an enriching and rewarding experience. To ensure a smooth and successful audio collaboration, here are some tips from the Tonic Audio Team: By following these tips, you can foster an environment conducive to successful collaboration, allowing you and your fellow musicians to create music together effectively and enjoyably.
The art of negotiation is the skillful and strategic process of reaching mutually beneficial agreements between parties who have differing interests or positions. Negotiation occurs in various contexts, but here, we’re going to focus on negotiating audio collaborations. Mastering the art of negotiation involves understanding the principles, techniques, and dynamics that contribute to successful outcomes. … Continue reading The Art Of Negotiation
Whether we like it or not, the music industry is rife with scams and people looking to separate you from your money. To avoid scams during an audio collaboration you should be cautious, conduct thorough research, and exercise good judgment. These tips are a good place to start… Before entering into a collaboration, verify the… Continue reading How Can I Avoid Scams When Doing Musical Collaborations?
The question of whether artists pay for an audio collaboration can vary depending on the specific circumstances, the nature of the collaboration, and the agreements made between the people involved. In general, unless there’s money being made, there shouldn’t be money changing hands. That said, here are a few scenarios to consider: Collaborations within a… Continue reading Do Artists Pay For Collaborations?
When reaching out to an artist for an audio collaboration, it’s important to approach them respectfully, clearly communicate your intentions, and highlight the potential benefits of working together. Here’s a step-by-step guide (we’re big fans of those!) on how to ask an artist for collaboration: Remember to be genuine, concise, and respectful in your communication.… Continue reading How Do I Ask An Artist For Collaboration?
Making music online with friends can be a fun and creative experience. There are several approaches to remote audio collaboration, however they all share some common elements. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make music online with friends—feel free to print this out and check off the boxes as your project progresses: Remember that… Continue reading How Do I Make Music Online With Friends?
Ahhh, the $1,000,000.00 question for modern musicians…while real-time remote audio collaboration for musicians has become more feasible with advancements in technology, there are still some challenges and limitations. Achieving real-time collaboration over the internet depends on several factors, including the quality of the internet connection, geographic distance between collaborators, and the specific tools or platforms… Continue reading Can Musicians Play Together Over The Internet?
Last blog, we looked at some terminology used in audio collaborations. This time, we’re going to look at some of the terms used while recording, and break them down for you. Processes Recording Common Effects These are just a few examples of recording terminologies. The world of audio recording and production is vast, and there… Continue reading Musical Collaboration Terms: Pt. 2