1TB, 16Gb, Apple M1 chip. This machine is solid, reliable, and gets the processing I need done quickly.
I've remained loyal to my HD25 headphones since my DJ days. They're super lightweight, comfortable and perfect for monitoring.
Sometimes, you must tell AI how to pronounce a word. Having a decent microphone helps.
being able to take the show out and about means I can check edits, have GPT suggest concepts and write ideas anywhere.
These headphones are so small and portable that they're perfect for listening back to edits wherever I happen to be.
Bandlab has some useful AI-powered generators to create original new music, and the interface is easy to use.
Sometimes, you need to mess with a sound. Reason has racks of audio bending options.
Typecast text-to-speech AI voice generator has over 400 voices, and I use it a lot for filler parts.
Eleven Labs helps me generate realistic speech with an option to clone voices.
Murf AI is another place to drop into for text-to-speech, cloning, and voices.
Open AI is the home of GTP-4, which I like to use for ideation.
Logic is my go-to for messing around with audio.
For music, sound effects and all things noisy, Artlist has the answer.
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Arguments between AI cast members can be settled using an AI judge
I'm dyslexic, so everything I write is passed through Grammarly before I share it.
A decent coffee is essential for fueling the creative spirit.