Get past the late 1990s web design and some of the “you had to be there” humor, and you'll find that this is one of most bracingly pleasant ways to spend a few hours learning about and rediscovering music each week. From New Jersey’s legendary WFMU.
The website of a band featuring Erik Santos, one of my best friends, and Toko Shiiki-Santos, his wife. Erik excels at nearly everything musical: composition, singing, playing piano, playing bass, playing guitar, and improvising. Sometimes he lets me play along, but I’m still not sure why.
Even though they’re starting to show their age, these fictionalized(?) accounts of a recording session make for some hilarious reading, especially for people who know something about the things that happen in recording studios. Beware, though. You might not be able to stop.
A set of guidelines devised by Florida members of NARAS for (home) recording artists who bring their sessions to others to be mixed or mastered. While the article mostly makes reference to Pro Tools, the guidelines it presents are more generally applicable.