December 1, 2018

[NEW RELEASE] Nobody Asked For This So I Did It - Brand New Alternative Metal Album Available Now on Bandcamp




Vladimir Kuznetsov and Nicholas Standing present a brand new World Beyond album "Nobody Asked For This So I Did It".
For the past 2 years we've been working on a new release, an album which draws inspiration from the music we listened to during our high school and university years. From the early 2000s to this day, the alternative and metal music genres have been a major part of both our lives. Countless songs by badass bands and artists - they were always there for us when we needed them. They empowered and encouraged us, helped us deal with pain and hardships, they were a way to vent and a way to find out there were people in this world like us, with thoughts and feelings we could relate to. And today we want to bring you a soundtrack for the reality you are living, no matter where you are in life, if you ever feel like nobody cares what you do or who you are, just put your headphones on. We want you to have something to carry with you, and to tune into whenever you most need it. We want you to feel confident; we want you to feel strong.

November 26, 2018

[PRE-ORDER] Nobody Asked For This So I Did It and get Diesel Heart Right Now



Introducing "Diesel Heart" from our upcoming album "Nobody Asked For This So I Did It".
Available for pre-order at: Bandcamp
Releases 1.12.2018

November 9, 2018

[NOBODY ASKED FOR THIS]


World Beyond Presents 
"Nobody Asked For This So I Did It"
Heavy Rock Delivery 
Ready For Pickup 1.12.2018

October 7, 2018

[FEATURING ARTISTS] Jabun Audio Patreon Launched

Nick Standing, the man behind Better Than The Book, Jabun Audio and a member of World Beyond just launched a Patreon campaign. Starting from $1 USD per month not only you can support this talented artist and get generous rewards in return including his entire discography, getting new works ahead of the crowd, professional consulting and more. The crowdfunding will help him focus on what he does best, cover most of the production costs and potentially lead to more distribution options like vinyl disks and touring. You can check out all the reward tiers HERE but even the starter ones get you very generous gifts in return:https://www.patreon.com/NickStanding/overview

September 1, 2018

[AUDIO TIPS] New Issue of Jabun Audio Monthly Newsletter is Focused on Recording Vocals and Different Types of Microphones


It's the beginning of another month which means another #JabunAudio music production newsletter has been sent out! This month we're looking into Dynamic vs Condenser Microphones for recording vocals in the studio, why Nick Standing opts for a Shure SM58 stage microphone for recording vocals, and why you might want to do the same depending on your situation!
If you’re recording in a less than ideal acoustic environment, as opposed to a vocal booth which has virtually no reverb, then a condenser mic may pick-up these room reflections when recording, or maybe even noise from outside if you’re not working in a soundproofed room. It may not sound significant, but if you’re going to heavily compress the vocals later on in the mix, these reverb tails and other artefacts will be amplified giving a less direct sounding vocal in the recording.
If that sounds interesting to you, sign up for free on the home page of http://www.jabunaudio.com/ we hope you enjoy it, and be sure to share with anyone you think would be interested!