Below you can find some of my favorite sound providers, instrument companies, tools, and other useful resources
Suggested Video Tools:
- Dell XPS 15 Laptop – Great laptop that’s thin & sleek yet powerful enough to edit 4k videos on the go.
- Vegas Pro Software – I’ve used Vegas software for close to 10 years now. Love it’s simplicity and power.
- Techsmith Camtasia – I’ve used Camtasia over 10 years. Great software for recording your screen.
- Panasonic Lumix G7 Camera – 4k camera, interchangeable lenses, great for both photos and video.
- Sony X3000 Camera – 4k action camera with built in optical image stabilization.
- Rode Headset Mic – I use this mic for most videos in front of the camera or doing a screen tutorial.
- Rode Video Micro – this as an on camera mic, great for group shots, vlogs, and run and gun. No battery required.
- Zoom H1 Recorder – stereo audio recorder, sometimes I’ll plug a lav mic into for a wireless setup.
- Zoom H6 Recorder – 6 track audio recorder, stereo and shotgun mics, great for events, shows, or groups.
- iRig Lav Mic – a simple lav mic that can hook up to your phone or audio recorder.
- Lynda.com – online training and video tutorials for audio, video, business, and more.
- CreativeLive – live and online training for creatives in audio, video, photography, business, and more.
- Learn How To Mix – easy to follow tutorials on mixing Hip Hop, EDM, Pop, compression, EQ, vocals, and more
Loops, drums, and sample library companies to checkout:
- MSX Audio – original soulful samples, breaks and drum libraries
- BeatPPL – vintage & boom bap sound design aesthetic
- Dope VST – hip hop drum and bass plugins
- Loopmasters – well known providers of samples, presets, loops, kits & more
- Patchbanks – nice hip hop, soul, and rnb samples
- Raw Cutz – smoked out, downtempo, organic hip Hhp samples