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Selfless Self-Promotion: How to Promote Yourself Without Talking About Yourself


For many artists, the most challenging and intimidating aspects of running a creative business are marketing and promotion. The fact is, most of us are uncomfortable with the act of talking about ourselves from a sales perspective, and this is only reinforced by the vast amount of intrusive advertising that exists in the world. Something that I hear time and time again at Escape from Illustration Island is that nobody wants to be that typical annoying spammer who sends out unwanted email blasts or shouts from the rooftops about how great they are. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way.

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Interview with Agung Syaifudin


Agung Syaifudin, also known as "diekave", is a 23 year old freelance illustrator from Indonesia. He has studied visual communication and started working as a 2D animator for an e-card website. Agung finds inspiration and ideas for his illustrations from simple daily life and loves to draw relaxed, funny and fresh illustrations. Read more about him in this interview.

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2010?s 20 Most Popular Tuts – So Far

Well, we’re half way through the year, and so far it has been great – and very busy! We’ve had a site redesign, increased the number of tuts published each week, and launched our Basix program. Here are the 20 most popular tuts so far.


The 5 Most Read Tuts

Probably the best measure of a tut’s popularity and success is how many people read it. Here are the five tuts with the most reads.

  • 7 Free Digital Recording Apps for Windows

    1. 7 Free Digital Recording Apps for Windows

    Being a musician can be expensive. With musical instruments, equipment and software you normally get what you pay for, and we want to sound good! So we pay, and pay big. But it’s good to know you can get some things for free.

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  • Over 90 Free VST Effects Plugins

    2. Over 90 Free VST Effects Plugins

    VST plugins can add power and flexibility to your digital audio workstation. They can also be very expensive. Here is a collection of over ninety awesome effects plugins that have one thing in common: they’re free. Check the details for each plugin to see if it works on your system. If you’re strapped for cash after Christmas, this list is just what you need.

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  • Arrangement Tips and Tricks: Fills and Transitions

    3. Arrangement Tips and Tricks: Fills and Transitions

    Even the best track can be let down by bad arrangement. Let things slide in this area and you’re in danger of losing your listeners’ interest. Often getting things right in this area is down to lots of small touches. It really is all in the detail.

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  • 15 Youtube Videos that Will Improve Your Vocal Technique

    4. 15 Youtube Videos that Will Improve Your Vocal Technique

    The voice is the one instrument we take with us everywhere we go – even into the shower. Yet many of us spend less time working on vocal techniques than we do learning other instruments. Whether you are a lead vocalist, background vocalist, or just record your voice for “special effects”, these videos will teach you to warm up your voice, help you achieve a better vocal sound, and also protect your voice by teaching you to sing with a proper technique.

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  • 25 Tempting Music Apps for the iPad

    5. 25 Tempting Music Apps for the iPad

    What would it take to tempt you to grab an iPad? These 25 apps might just whet your appetite. And if you can’t afford to buy an iPad, read on for how you can win one in AudioJungle’s new competition.

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The 5 Most Commented Tuts

Tuts with a large number of comments have sparked your interest, raised questions, and inspired your imagination. Here are the five tuts with the most comments so far this year.

  • Will Apple’s iPad Revolutionise Music Production?

    1. Will Apple’s iPad Revolutionise Music Production?

    Apple’s tablet has been coming for quite some time now. The little device has inspired more dreams, guesses, mock-ups and rumors than just about any other toy in history. Other companies have been racing to get their own tablets out before Apple. And maybe you’ve been dreaming of the possibility of the perfect music production machine inside a small tablet. Can the Apple iPad possibly live up to all that hype?

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  • Monitor Speakers Roundup: Audiotuts Readers’ Favorites

    2. Monitor Speakers Roundup: Audiotuts Readers’ Favorites

    You can spend countless hours mixing and mastering, but if you’re not accurately hearing what your music actually sounds like, you’re wasting your time. There is no substitute for good monitor speakers. We recently asked you about which you use, and this article wraps up your answers. It summarizes the “hive mind” of Audiotuts+ readers on the best brands and models to use.

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  • Arrangement Tips and Tricks: Fills and Transitions

    3. Arrangement Tips and Tricks: Fills and Transitions

    Even the best track can be let down by bad arrangement. Let things slide in this area and you’re in danger of losing your listeners’ interest. Often getting things right in this area is down to lots of small touches. It really is all in the detail.

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  • How to Create Organic Ambient Instruments in Ableton Live

    4. How to Create Organic Ambient Instruments in Ableton Live

    In this tutorial we are going to use Ableton Live’s “Sampler” and some of its built-in audio effects to produce wide, organic, ambient textures and pads, originating from a single one-note instrument sample. It’s a great way to create MIDI-playable ambient pads with a warm and evolving character, and most of all to be able to use our own original and custom ambient sounds, without having to scroll through hundreds of synth presets to find the right one, which usually leads to losing patience and inspiration.

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  • How to Build Tracks So That Instruments Relate to Each Other

    5. How to Build Tracks So That Instruments Relate to Each Other

    Are your instruments fighting each other to get the main role of the track? This tutorial is about techniques for having instruments relate to each other in ways that will allow them to share time in the spotlight and work together.

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The 5 Tuts Most Clicked in Twitter

Twitter is a great way to keep up with the latest on Audiotuts+. You can follow us at @audiotuts. Here are the five tuts that most interested our Twitter followers.

  • Monitor Speakers Roundup: Audiotuts Readers’ Favorites

    1. Monitor Speakers Roundup: Audiotuts Readers’ Favorites

    You can spend countless hours mixing and mastering, but if you’re not accurately hearing what your music actually sounds like, you’re wasting your time. There is no substitute for good monitor speakers. We recently asked you about which you use, and this article wraps up your answers. It summarizes the “hive mind” of Audiotuts+ readers on the best brands and models to use.

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  • 15 Sites Where You Can Find Free Vocal Samples and Loops

    2. 15 Sites Where You Can Find Free Vocal Samples and Loops

    Vocals can add flavor and emotion to your tracks. This article lists 15 sites where you can find vocal samples and loops for free. If you don’t have your own choir or backing vocalists – or just can’t sing – this list might be just what you’re looking for.

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  • 15 Youtube Videos that Will Improve Your Vocal Technique

    3. 15 Youtube Videos that Will Improve Your Vocal Technique

    The voice is the one instrument we take with us everywhere we go – even into the shower. Yet many of us spend less time working on vocal techniques than we do learning other instruments. Whether you are a lead vocalist, background vocalist, or just record your voice for “special effects”, these videos will teach you to warm up your voice, help you achieve a better vocal sound, and also protect your voice by teaching you to sing with a proper technique.

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  • The Good Librarian

    4. The Good Librarian

    A good musician is a good librarian. A good composer is a good librarian. A good engineer, producer, DJ, or (fill in the blank) is a good librarian. This statement can be applied to nearly any creative endeavor, but most certainly is applicable to modern musicians, composers and engineers who are constantly switching between projects, applications, presets, and even platforms. This tutorial will give you an overview of what it means to be a good librarian – one who has a functional system for keeping track of everything from performance notes, to song lyrics, to presets and samples.

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  • Using Reason 4?s RPG-8 Arpeggiator

    5. Using Reason 4?s RPG-8 Arpeggiator

    Reason 4’s RPG-8 Arpeggiator device is a useful tool when you want to create any sort of arpeggiated melody from a chord progression or even lead line without hours of painful penciling. The RPG-8 was released with Reason 4 and was the first arpeggiator to come with the software; it’s not hard to use, but many users still approach it with some confusion.

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The 5 Open Mics With the Best Response

Each week we run an Open Mic where we ask for your comments and response to a specific issue. Here are the five Open Mics that inspired the most response. And it’s not to late to add something to the conversation.

  • Open Mic: Tell Us Where In the World You Are From

    1. Open Mic: Tell Us Where In the World You Are From

    Audiotuts has readers from all around the world. Where are you from?

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  • Open Mic: Tell Us About the Audio Interface You Use

    2. Open Mic: Tell Us About the Audio Interface You Use

    Do you use an audio interface for capturing sounds from the outside world? Which do you use?

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  • Open Mic: Tell Us Which Band You Prefer In Terms of Production

    3. Open Mic: Tell Us Which Band You Prefer In Terms of Production

    Different bands and music appeal to us for all sorts of reasons. Which band’s sound do you prefer in terms of production.

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  • Open Mic: Tell Us About the Tuts You’d Like to See on Audiotuts+

    4. Open Mic: Tell Us About the Tuts You’d Like to See on Audiotuts+

    In our recent survey most of you let us know you’re very happy with the site. Thanks! We’d like to keep it that way. What topics would you like covered in tuts in the future?

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  • Open Mic: Tell Us About the Free Plug-ins You Use

    5. Open Mic: Tell Us About the Free Plug-ins You Use

    Music software and plugins can be expensive. Have you discovered any amazing DAW plug-ins that can be got for free?

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Interview with Tatyana Suhodolska


Recently, I spoke with the talented Latvia-based designer, Tatyana Suhodolska. On Her blog ArtDesigner.lv she provides tons of fantastic free icon sets as well as tutorials on how to create them. In today’s interview, we talk a little about her design background and where she usually finds inspiration. Enjoy!

Q Hi Tanya, welcome to PSDtuts +. Tell us briefly about yourself. Where are you from and where do you live now? How did you start in digital art?

Hello! I am a Russian girl, born in Latvia. I have been an artist since childhood – drawing comics and characters. When I was 5 years old I decided I wanted to be an animator. When I purchased my first PC at the age of 14, the first app that I installed was Macromedia Flash. After that, I began teaching myself Flash. Not long after that I began drawing cartoons. Before long, I was discovered by a television studio that paid me a little to create some animations for them. I really valued this experience but eventually I began designing static graphics. Although I haven’t given up my dreams of becoming an animator.

Q I know that you are working in various areas of design. Tell us, are you self-taught or did you study digital art somewhere? Do you have basic art education?

To be honest, I am a self-taught designer through and through. I did receive traditional schooling but I do not have a formal education in the arts, as you really can’t take those types of classes in my native language.

Q Tell us what programs you prefer to work in, what kind of work do you do, and which type of work do you enjoy most.

I use Photoshop CS2 the most. For the most part, I create websites and icons, although I prefer creating icons more.

Q Tell us a little about your workflow.

I try to trust my intuition. I don’t spend a whole lot of time preparing sketches or looking for inspiration. I design the first thing that comes to mind after landing a job and do my best to satisfy my clients.

Q Do you prefer working as a freelance designer or for an organization? Do you have a heavy workload? How do you set up your schedule?

This is a tough question for me to answer. I have had mixed experiences working for organizations. I don’t mind sitting in an office and being told what to do but to be honest, I prefer working as a freelancer. For the last 2 years I have worked for a French studio from my home in Latvia. I get to work on lots of successful projects but get to do it from the comfort of my own home.

Q Where do you find inspiration before a project? Do you visit any specific websites or is it a spontaneous process? Do you imitate anyone in your creativity or you are trying to develop your own style?

More often, the process is spontaneous. I draw the first thing that pops into my head but sometimes I do find myself browsing the web. I don’t imitate anyone’s style anymore but early on, I did, when I didn’t have a whole lot of experience.

Q I know that you make some really nice Photoshop tutorials. How did the idea to share your experience come to your mind? Do you have plans to write tutorials for our Psdtuts?

Thank you very much! I really appreciate that! I mainly write tutorials for my own icons, which are already available for download. I don’t really know where I came up with the idea to share my experience with the community. I just felt that I should do my best to give back as best I could.

Q What is the most important lesson you learned while working as a designer, and how does it help you now?

Specifically, working as a designer, it’s very important to always project confidence in what you do.

Q Do you have any long-term plans? How do you see your business in 5 – 10 years?

I would really love to travel to America and work at Pixar. It’s my life’s dream. If life takes me in another direction however, I would like to open my own studio.

Q Thanks for the interview. It was nice talking to you. Do you have any advice for beginner designers and illustrators?

Practice, practice, practice! Draw every day and read as many tutorials as you can find.


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