Author: Michael

  • Liquid Crystal Woman – The Hidden Secrets

    Liquid Crystal Woman – The Hidden Secrets

    “Liquid Crystal Woman” is a song about a camgirl. In this post, I’m going to spill the seeds on not only the origin of the song but also specific techniques and moves I used to create it. This article contains affiliate links to Amazon.com where relevant. Please consider checking them out. Thanks. The Foot of…

  • Nickel Nipples: Hexspa x joshEjosh Collaboration

    Nickel Nipples: Hexspa x joshEjosh Collaboration

    Nickel Nipples is the latest jam. Whether you release projects of your own or not, you have to appreciate completed work. This latest collaboration between JoshEJosh and I (Hexspa) is bound to make your bells jingle this holiday season. Nickel Nipples This track has roots that go way back. All the way since Guan Day. You…

  • Guan Day (Six Day War Instagram Bootleg)

    Guan Day (Six Day War Instagram Bootleg)

    Guan Day If you’re going to produce a track based off a meme, like Guan Day, you better really like it. There was a fun one going around back in May 2021. The one I’m talking about is based off Colonel Bagshot’s “Six Day War” from 1971. Though this “Six Day War” bootleg took longer…

  • Mona Cusis: How Actual Noise Inspired This Club Banger

    Mona Cusis: How Actual Noise Inspired This Club Banger

    Mona Cusis Love it or hate it, sometimes projects take six months to complete. That was how long it took me to finish this, my most recent project, Mona Cusis. Originally, I was calling it “Noise” since noise was the premise of the track. Lately, I’ve been doing Syntorial overview videos. Those are sort of like…

  • Audio Frequency Chart Memorization with 99.2% Accuracy

    Audio Frequency Chart Memorization with 99.2% Accuracy

    We’ve all sat down and tried to memorize the audio frequency chart. I don’t know how it went for you but it didn’t go well for me. That is, until I woke up one morning and had a vision which changed everything. The F350 Method for memorizing the audio frequency chart is based on six…

  • Speaker Boundary Interference

    Speaker Boundary Interference

    Where you place your speakers matters. However, you’re probably not in the most ideal room. For this reason, you have to put your speakers where they can go. In this article, I’m going to talk about the consequences of where you place your speakers as it relates to nearby surfaces. To put it as simply…

  • How Much Acoustic Foam Do I Need?

    How Much Acoustic Foam Do I Need?

    There comes a day in the life of certain special people when they realize the need for acoustic treatment. When I first got into this, I thought the apple spacers from my produce receiver job would work. Well, they didn’t. Later, once I got my little home studio setup, I knew I needed treatment so…

  • Golden Ratio Acoustics

    Golden Ratio Acoustics

    You might’ve heard that square and cube rooms are bad for audio and music acoustics. This is correct but do you know which dimensions are best? In this article, we’re going to take a look at how dimensions affect your room’s sound. By the end, you’ll understand golden ratio acoustics. But, before that, let me…

  • Velocity vs. Pressure – Acoustic Sound Absorbers

    Velocity vs. Pressure – Acoustic Sound Absorbers

    When first starting out, a lot of home studio owners don’t use acoustic treatment. Sooner or later, though, there comes the time where we want to improve our recordings. One of the best ways to do that is by putting in sound absorption. This article is about comparing two main types of acoustic sound absorbers…

  • Rhyme Vowels

    Rhyme Vowels

    We’ve all heard rappers use amazing wordplay and unique rhymes.  Sadly, when most of us sit down to write a song, we draw a blank.  There are 21 vowels in the English language.  How many of them do you know?  Knowing all the vowels is one thing but organizing them is another altogether.  In this…