Stay Home: Get Inspired to Work from Home with Adafruit’s “TrackTalk”

In Stay Home we re-highlight some original Adafruit blog content to help keep you entertained while so many of us are working remotely or otherwise keeping indoors. Thus far we’ve highlighted Q&As with our favourite MusicMakers and TasteMakers, talked a little Presidential history and we even dug up a couple of lists of Horror films that we think are essential viewing for New Yorkers and Engineers alike.

Today we want to re-highlight TrackTalk. This was a fun guest feature from the Adafruit music team, in which we invited artists to take us behind the scenes of a particular recording to talk creative process, recording set up and more. As we all try to stay busy and motivated at home, I thought people might find a little inspiration in these dives into people’s creative processes and how set up their own customized workspaces. People are writing, recording, creating, mixing, mastering, studio building and so much more from home and you can too. Read TrackTalk 1-7 below!

TrackTalk001: Trust Fund – “Carson McCullers”

TrackTalk002: Cassette (Shay) Spence – “Bracelet Of Teeth”

TrackTalk003: Haiku Salut – “The More And Moreness”

TrackTalk004: Toothpaste – “Bedtime”

TrackTalk005: Deerful – “Bloom”

TrackTalk006: Atlanta Dream Season – “Party in the Hospital / Great”

TrackTalk007: Zoo Lake – “Black Gated Mega Dungeon”

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