Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Phillip Douglas Walker Bio

independent music producer, independent author, graphic designer, filmmaker / videographer, webmaster, activist, futurist, entrepreneur, disabled targeted individual, and researcher. i am a heretic and a street historian who identifies with altruism, the artistic and the esoteric. i am light polarized, dark balanced, have unbreakable moral fidelity, illuminati faithful, and partner centric. my favorite aspects of the universe are sorrow, eternal union, and destroy. i am a duality centric person faithfully dedicated to an eternal wife, my allegiances, collectivism, and dark idealism. in life i have been morally irreproachable under conditions of extreme torture and hardship...

some of the subjects that interest me are music, language - words, social progress, decentralization, transparency, respect for privacy, honoring scientific spirits, self development & self improvement, black project science, the electromagnetic spectrum, technology (bci & ai), war & tactical analysis, history & static truth, universal aspects & archetypes, and the natural laws of the universe.

i dedicated my life when i was about 15-17 to altruistic causes. i value individuality, celibacy with a partner, writing and quality words, ideological progress, producing & designing: ideology - music - writing, the internet, dark and light purity, opposing subevil and it's systems of perversion, rebuking sublight, heresy, atheism, individuals with dark integrity & dark standards, patriotism, the oppressed, the persecuted, the enslaved, the unrepresented, the unknown, the sacrificed, and death.

words i live by are truth, spirituality, and progress. aspects that represent my current desires: vindication - liberation - reconciliation. aspects that represent my life: a prison of inaccuracy - static truth - subevil hell.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

darksynth.org Music Production Advice - Universal Aspects™ Multimedia

DarkSynth.org Music Production Tips
Written by Universal Aspects™ Founder Phillip Walker
sound design tip:
one of the tricks I have found to more unique sound is using the same midi arrangement on multiple tracks with different sounds. multilayered melody/bass (one of my techniques to creating my signature bass tracks)....
plugin tip:
the order you put your plugins in is important. one plugin ahead or behind another can change the dynamics of your sound dramatically. i was taught in music school to always put compressors before other effects. i tend to put limiters last. eq after compressors and before limiters works for me but there are exceptions to these rules. part of proper sound design is arranging plugins in the correct order. you can tinker with the order of plugins on a track and hear the difference for yourself.
midi tip:
if you have a melody you like or are inspired by, play it out in midi, and then find a proper synth for it after it is keyed in.
ableton live tip:
side chaining (e.g. a bass to a kick) can add a good synergy to different tracks. the side chain in ableton is called the "glue compressor" (seen below)...
recommended software:
my favorite digital audio workstation (DAW) is ableton live. i believe it is in a class of it's own from what I have witnessed.
my favorite plugins:
• favorite synthesizer: sylenth1 ($100-$220)
• reverb: valhalla vintageverb ($50)
• favorite compressor: renaissance axx ($39-$79)
• favorite mastering plugins: the kings microphones ($29-$99), MSW1 (no longer available from soundspot - link not available)
some of my favorite music resources:
Blend.io - Musician Remix and Collaboration Website
DistroKid.com - Unlimited iTunes+ Distribution for a low price - 100% Royalties