First, lets start with what 'two-factor authentication' is. It involves two steps to logging in. With one step, you just needed your username and password. You entered the info and you're logged in; this is one step. In two-factor authenticataion (or two-step authentication) uses more than just your username and password. For example, one of the first two-step authentication methods I came across was with my Discover Card account.
Samsung make nice monitors. They seem to look better than lots of the other choices on the shelf at the big box store where we got it and we also have an HDTV made by Samsung. So, when my computer monitor, the Samsung 2232GW started to go on the fritz, I was a little bummed. It started with a few seconds of flickering every time it turned on or woke back up. It would flicker for a few seconds and then settle down and be just fine. Eventually, the flickering lasted longer and longer and I was begining to realize I may need to go buy a replacement monitor.
Since the new version of drush has come out and now requires Composer, most of the guides I've seen online don't work anymore. Hopefully, this guide will prevent others from the headaches I went through getting this setup on my host.
First, I'm assuming you already have SSH access to your host. If not, go get that done and come back to install drush. It will be a little different depending on your hosting provider.
Make sure you're in your home directory
Next, download Composer to your home directory
The Music Producers Guild (MPG) in partnership with the European Broadcast Union (EBU) have now standardized a metadata field for the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) in wav files! This issue has been a long time overdue, but now finally gained enough traction to make it into a standard. The ISRC can now be embedded in wav files inside the core metadata. This means it will follow the file where ever it goes. We also now have software that is able to add this info to your mastered wav files, so we can offer this service to clients.
Today, I mastered my 2000th project! I can't hardly believe it. I started working at Terra Nova in 2005. From then to today has been about 9 years, or 3229 days, or about 461 weeks. Over the last nine years, i've averaged about 4 albums a week. I would like to thank my family, my mentors and all my clients that let me work on thier music. I plan on having some kind of party or get-together for a celebration, details will be sent out later.
Nick Landis has been elected to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences - Texas Chapter Board of Governors for the 2014-2016 term. Nick has previously served on the board of governors from 2008 to 2012 and as Vice President from 2011 to 2012.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Four Seasons Hotel (on the lawn overlooking Lady Bird Lake) - 98 San Jacinto Boulevard - Austin, TX 78701
Live music - Food - Cash Bar
Starting spring 2014, Nick will be teaching at Texas State University in San Marcos as a Visiting Assistant Professor. Nick will be lecturing about mastering for the senior audio lab.
The new ExSRT website is up and going again! After about a year down, we have a lot of info that was lost when we lost the last server. If you are alumni of the SRT program, please go to the site and register/update your profile. If you know someone, send them that way too. We lost the contact info for much of our membership before. New content should be coming soon.