If you've ever played a first person shooter like Call of Duty you're probably familiar with a "Free for All". In one of these types of battles, everyone on the map is an enemy. Your radar is literally filled with little blips you need to strategically avoid while still being on the attack. Negative experiences can be looked at in the same way, little dots on your radar that try to pull you from your goal. The difference with life verses a game though is you don't have any way of seeing all of the dots of negativity. Sometimes you can see them from a distance, but often they often just pop up out of nowhere. What's worse is they tend to cloudy up the rest of our radar so we can't even see other problems around or respond well to the moment. It's important for your happiness and your progress as an artist to learn how to armor up and deal with that. Fortunately there's some easy and actionable steps you can take without buying anything new or reinventing the wheel.
Lab Scientists we are reporting live from #909Day and the thirst for new gear is real. Captain Lean Automatic is currently vacationing in Puerto Rico’s finest beaches and trap spots, so Professor SentZ is here dolo to give you the low low, on all this new Roland goodness. We’re also answer a chunk of questions from our Lab Scientist submissions. If you’d like to submit a question, reach out at LabSciencePodcast@gmail.com.
This week we’re also proud to announce Lab Science University, our online curriculum dedicated to Digital DJing and Production. Our first 4 courses are already up, including a 3 part Digital DJing with Traktor Basics course and a primer on Sampling in Ableton Live.
Visit http://bit.ly/LabScienceU to enroll.
Salute to our Patreon supporters, we hope y’all are enjoying the Uptown Drumssample kit you got as a thank you for the contribution. We’ve got a new sample pack for supporters going up this week, Ableton users get excited :) Support us for $10 and get access to our bi-weekly sample / inspiration kits.
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One of our Lab Scientist questions came from Aderra and we promised to post a link to an article that will help with phasing! You’ll find it below! Shout to the guys at Omega Recording Studios for the tip
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