Sigil of Brass
I have started a new project. I am a fan of life-long learning and I firmly believe you can teach a hound a new trick – nothing much is happening with it – it is just ticking over, paying for itself. However, I have been spending some time studying Audio Mastering online at Post-Graduate Level, with a school in America. I have graduated and I am out into the world as an Audio Engineer.
I studied with Dubspot – a specialist Music College that has pedigree. My Audio Mastering startup is called Sigil Of Brass – does it ring any bells? I have owned the domain for a while and ran a review site on the domain for a few months before transferring the reviews to www.theparishnews.com.
Well, what does Sigil Of Brass do with its time? It is an Audio Mastering Service where I offer people the opportunity to have their audio mastered by myself – I have the qualifications and I have the ears. I also have the background: I had two No.1 hits in the Reggae Charts in 2017 and four top-ten hits in total. Our first release of 2018 is due out at the end of the week, on Friday.
The site is based on the model of a one-page build – it is very simple to get the audio over to me. All you need to do is to head over to https://andybackhouse.wetransfer.com and then send the songs/DJ Mixes that way.
I have set up the usual Blog for long-tail SEO and tried to do a good job of getting it ranking in the national SERP – it is bang tidy for Yorkshire though – Sigil Of Brass should rank higher than some of the competition.
Google takes around 72 hours for the SERP (Search Engine Results Page) to update. It can be sped up by adding a Sitemap to Google Webmaster but I believe an organic approach could be productive for this site. I will never stop building websites – I have far too much fun being a visual web designer. But, I hope to make some friends along the way with my audio adventure.
All in all, it was something to do when I was listening to TMS – trying not to bite my nails during the last day fo the NZ vs Eng Series … fifteen overs are left to bowled and drinks are on the field.