If you follow me on twitter, you’ve probably witnessed my random re-tweets of how-to videos from the Winksound archives. If your an avid audio engineer dabbling in music production, you already know that Winksound is one of the top notch how-to audio sources available on the web today. They continue to breed consistent content about various topics and programs for music production. Watching my twitter feed, I can probably count on seeing at least five to ten different posts a day about quick snibbets on workflows you would find about DAW’s, sequencing, effects usage, vocal recording, and more.
What separates Winksound from everyone else is how they instruct. as apposed to showing you what a plugin or program might do by showing a couple quick cuts with a final demonstration, they get into the nitty-gritty displaying step by step instruction on how to achieve the certain affect, style, beat, whatever your looking for. The best part about this is that it’s free instruction.
Another great part about Winksound is that it’s built on multiple social media platforms, meaning they align their interests and content along with everything else you normally intake daily so you can digest their content ever how big, fast, little or slow. There isn’t one website to get lost in, you can view their content on Tumblr, Twitter, Youtube, and even their app available for both iOS and Android. Their biggest hub of information exists on youtube with that spilling into other platforms of preference.
Revered by Cnet, industry professionals, and enthusiasts alike, Winksound is a solid source for music production tips and how-to’s. I can pretty much guarantee that if they don’t have what your looking for on any of their social platforms today, it will be there by tomorrow.