Primal Music Blog is a website for musicians, creators, and music lovers of all kinds. Our site is dedicated to educate and share knowledge about subwoofers, speakers, and other music equipment to help all budding musicians take their music listening experience to the next level.
We offer you objective, impartial, uninfluenced advice and quality content based on hours of careful research. We help you in every step, from choosing the right product to understanding how to get the best out of them. Our main activity is to evaluate equipment and instruments to help our readers make the right choices.
We provide the most in-depth, unbiased reviews and guides on subwoofers and other audio gears by our partners, musicians, or sound engineers who independently research, test, and evaluate all products. Our product classification makes it easy for you to find the right one for your needs, based on your interests and budget. We do most of the research for you: our pre-selection of products and services gives you an overview of the best options on the market.
Who am I?
Hey there, myself, Liam, graduated from Berklee with a major in professional music. My career has led me through many different paths, from jazz to classical soloist, from tango to opera, from folk music to acting in musical theatre, and even to playing music on a 16-stringed instrument that only a handful of people in the world play. From all these, what I’ve learned is that musical diversity is the key to a fulfilling and continually evolving professional life. As a musician, musical diversity and innovation will make you stand out above all others.
A Little more about me,
I started in the early 90s as a drummer and experimental electronic musician. I took some classes at UCLA’s extension program for recording engineering. One of my instructors said, “What you need to do is get a job as a runner at a recording studio.” Back then, it was really hard to get into the music business. Only if you’re inspired enough and use every opportunity to learn the ropes from the engineers there, you can get through it. Eventually, when you gain enough knowledge, you can convince the management to start putting you on sessions as an assistant engineer and assisting in sessions.
I worked at the Complex, a recording studio in West Los Angeles. Then around the later-’90s, things really started changing in the business. Recording studios have become a new paradigm where people with even less cash outlay could afford to put a small studio together instead of spending millions of dollars on gear.
Whereas I, a DIY-minded guy, was the first among those people to get on with that and embrace it. I purchased some gear and developed my little home recording setup into a modest little recording studio, and started working with independent musicians and labels. I did all those things while working at the Complex for a while.
Eventually just busted and walked out on my own and continued with my independent engineer thing. At the same time, the project studio has been evolving, getting better equipped and more suited to my working style.
So, Why have I started this website? When I was just a beginner, I had to explore many sites to gather information about music accessories. Still, I had a tough time as I found their details weren’t that accurate and didn’t clarify my doubts properly. From that point, I had always had on my site to start my own music blog and help you get the correct information. And that’s how I landed here.