November 6th, 2014 by Michael Duncan
Music isn’t perfect. It never was. And it never will be. By nature, people are flawed. Inadvertently, so is the music we create. But isn’t that what also makes it so amazing?
Indescribable, intangible moments can often be found in our favorite recordings. Call it accidental, call it happenstance, or Read more...
February 4th, 2014 by Michael Haskoor
The fifth in a series, presenting a primer on the history of musical genres and the studio basics behind them. Previous installments have focused on Blues Rock, Reggae, Punk Rock, and Electronic Rock.
Rock music, like many other styles, has been a form of artistic expression since its emergence in Read more...
September 17th, 2012 by Mark Hermann
So you’re working your ass off on your band, your songs, your productions, your blog, your app (fill in the blank with that amazing thing you do). You know you’re not fooling yourself. You’ve really got skills. Yet, it still feels like you’re just not connecting with the world. Why? Read more...
April 5th, 2011 by David Weiss
Do you have tunnel vision, or are you constantly expanding your media universe? In East Flatbush, many disciplines are in action at Luminous Velocity, a nonstop melting pot of music and vision.
Multiple heads and monitors for multiple media, at Luminous Velocity.
Facility Name: Luminous Velocity Productions
Location: Read more...
April 3rd, 2011 by George Walker Petit
I ride the 6 train sometimes, and it’s loud. The New York subway experience is degrading and filthy at worst, just plain noisy and jarring at best. Part of the NYC gig.
Now hear this: George Petit Walker is phoning your head.
I also attend a neighborhood gym, and often Read more...