As you may have noticed, it has been a long time since I have reported about new finished productions or ongoing projects. As from now, I will inform you about the actual running production and complement my Instagram posts with more details here in my blog. This topic will be placed between the other general articles so you will not miss them. On that, you can count!
During my first big studio productions, I started thinking about possibilities for improving the team member’s and my productivity and an agile way to accomplish and manage the whole projects. Currently, me working mainly in an IT department at a German Internet media startup (for more details visit my LinkedIn profile), I came in contact with a special procedure model for project management called “Scrum”. This model basically contains some methods of operation I was using in my project management beginnings. So let me explain the mystery of this article’s title – “sprint and rest” 😉
Digital medium (CD, DVD, …): no
Paid downloads/streams: yes
Analogue medium (vinyl): yes
Printed books: yes
The above-shown statement is my personal attitude. Would you agree with some points? Maybe you do, since it could represent quite precisely my generation – maybe an expert can analyse this “jumbled” likes and dislikes – I can’t, at least for now. If you ask me, books always need to be printed even if they are later used as dust catcher or absorbing acoustic element in your project studio. The important aspect is that you internalise the knowledge of this medium. Nothing else matters! 😉
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In the first post of this two-part article, we mainly looked at apps with whom a busy and complex daily life (including work and personal life) can be fundamentally organised. Next up I will present you the promised 5 remaining apps of this list, which might optimise your professional workflow.
The beginning of my bachelor studies was the tipping point of the fundamental change of my general organisation. A large number of complex projects came along with the university life, which immediately required an independent time management. Besides, the computerisation at the university was a large readjustment for me, who was coming from a grammar school writing non-stop with pen and paper. All these alterations called for help! In the following list I present you my 10 most commonly used apps which guide me through my everyday work and private life. Due to these little helpers, I am able to increase my productivity enormously for the simple reason that they save me a lot of labour and time.
In the digital age, we have to recognise that our technology rapidly developed over the last two decades and therefore our daily life. Based on these changes we constantly modify our media consumption. We obtain more and more possibilities (e.g. streaming) and an everyday growing supply of entertainment. About one year ago I was far away from being familiar with music genres like metal core or post hardcore. But then the following happened….
Thanks to my parents’ legendary vinyl record collection (= the antique way to have a “playlist”), I directly came in contact with funky music in my early days of life. Most of the time I was listening to this kind of music – first passively then more actively at an advanced age. Until today, these genres accompany me through the everyday life and influence me intensively as a musician.
Today I want to proudly announce that my new website is finally online!
Now it is up to me to fill this website bit by bit with new content – this could be for example: new releases & videos, production documentations (“behind the scenes”) and much more…
For all of you who already followed my online activity and were familiar with my old page – here a little overview of what has been changed.