For anyone wanting a follow-up to this article, here is my latest update. https://khouseholder.medium.com/what-a-year-of-making-edm-taught-me-dd1a992402b2
I published an article on January 6, 2020, about spending 30 days creating EDM. As an 80's guitar musician, EDM was a whole new world for me and one I was fascinated with. If you want to the entire back story, read the article and then come back.
There were many lessons along my journey. In the end, you might be surprised where I landed. Let me back up a bit and give you details of my 1 year + production journey.
Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
The Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) is a very important part of making music in…
Have you ever had a situation the required you to travel to a remote location to turn on some device? Ever wished you could just send the device a text message to turn it on? Sure, you could purchase a 3G remote switch on Amazon or just about anywhere on the internet, but where is the fun in that. In this DIY project, I will walk you through building your own cellular controlled 120V outlet.
Buy and Cellular based Arduino, buck regulator, and some relays. Model and print a 3D box to place them in. …
I started playing music in the late ’70s when my dad brought home a guitar from Sears, Roebuck, and Company. Yeah, I said it, Sears, Roebuck, and Company, and if that doesn’t qualify my 70’s statement, nothing will.
Back to the music: In the early 80’s I was focused on learning everything that the ’80s could offer to a small-town kid who had amassed a collection of 3 guitars, a TS-808 and a couple of tube amps. The Scorpions were the rage, and Loverboy and Divo were bringing in a new generation of sound with analog and digital synths. …
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