It’s springtime here in Buenos Aires!
Early October I was able to release the first single made in Argentina “Biten Dün”. It was a great learning experience and an opportunity to get back at producing music. I am always amazed how I truly learn from lived experiences, once an album or a song is officially released and digitally distributed. That’s when I lose 99% of the interest in the new release, and can finally take some distance from it, and learn my lesson. Continue reading “Updates from Springtime Argentina”
In addition to the “Artist’s pick” and photo upload, Spotify now allows artists to upload their bio onto the platform. Even small projects like Black Sea Storm can take control of their Spotify page. I think it’s a fantastic thing to allow artists to have such control over their identity on the platform. Continue reading “Artist Bio on Spotify”
In a new country, being able to record again
I’ve been now living in Buenos Aires for the past six months. As far as music gear goes, I came here pretty much just with my bass guitar and bunch of cables. I’ve been playing my electric Fender Jazz Bass acoustically until I decided to purchase an audio interface. I got the Scarlett Solo by Focusrite. It was extremely refreshing to hear some amplified bass sound again. I messed around for several weeks with GarageBand. I suddenly realized that I could produce some Black Sea Storm songs without heavy gear. I decided to get a copy of Logic Pro X, and an electric guitar. Continue reading “Black Sea Storm, Buenos Aires”