About johnmike

John Mike is the CEO/Visionary of Dynamics Music Inc. A multi-faceted organization specializing in Music Production, Music Education and Music Equipment Sales. With close to 20 Years of musical experience, John has studied and performed in many venues both professional and non-professional. He can play many instruments, but piano is his primary instrument. He has been a private music educator for 10 years and has taught all ages, races and gender. He studied Music Production at Full Sail University and is currently pursuing a active career in that field. His list of skills are proficiency in post-production mixing and mastering, Audio Restoration, Audio Archiving, Fluency in use of Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Final Cut Pro X, Photoshop CS5, Motion 5 and Adobe Aftereffects. John currently resides in the city of Jackson, TN. a city nestled right between Memphis and Nashville TN. He is married to his wife of 8 Years Timond and is a loving father of 6 beautiful Children, Judah,Hannah, Josiah, Jonathan, Zion and Zoey. He also serves as the Minister of Music at his church, a position he has held for the past 20 years. Overall, He has a rich and deep love for all styles and genres of music and a deep love for his Faith. Both of which show up in every production he does!
2303, 2015

13 Ways to Manage your CPU in Mainstage 3

By |March 23rd, 2015|Blog, MainStage 3|Comments Off on 13 Ways to Manage your CPU in Mainstage 3

MainStage is an amazing program. There isn’t another application out there that can do all mainstage can do. But it’s easy to set things up in a way that is not best for your CPU. I use mainstage every time I play And i typically get about 20-50% of CPU usage as I play. there […]

1203, 2015

Principles of Minstrelship: Skilled vs. UnSkilled

By |March 12th, 2015|Blog, Homepage, The Minstrel's Blog, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Principles of Minstrelship: Skilled vs. UnSkilled

I’m definitely not saying that musicians should not strive to be better…to practice, to perfect etc. I myself put hours of time weekly into practicing and learning and perfecting my craft….Honestly that is a given when it comes to playing any instrument…However this post was not meant to target that….more so to engage the minds […]

2102, 2015

MainStage Tips and Tricks: How to Speed up or Slow Down Backing Tracks

By |February 21st, 2015|Homepage, MainStage 3, Videos|Comments Off on MainStage Tips and Tricks: How to Speed up or Slow Down Backing Tracks

In this Video I will show you how to speed up or slow down you’re backing tracks, Stem tracks or Click Tracks inside MainStage 3!

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