What happens to your data when a remote system is shut down or just stops working? I don’t care, because I back it up, locally.
Last post in my ‘degrowth’ series: a few points around my concept of a personal and sustainable website.
‘Degrowth’ series, part 6: now that I moved most of my workflow to plain text, I struggle to understand why I relied on proprietary locked-in formats for so long.
Part of my ‘degrowth’ series: why I’ve been using less and less Apple products. Might sound like venting, though it’s not.
Fourth instalment in my ‘degrowth’ series: how and why I use the cloud (not), with a closing note about backup.
A quick reply to the excellent post by Jamie Hill about the need of a strict versioning system for people who work in music (on the computer).
How I’m currently managing new content in my Jekyll-based static blog, using Shortcuts on macOS.
Quick explanation of my strategy for saving and preserving data, and especially sound material, both for personal use and for work.
An in-depth analysis of the process I go through to produce an effective bass track, from tracking to delivery. Based on a real-life scenario.
I wrote an ebook about how to streamline project management as a music professional. Available for free, no strings attached.