By Jeannie Deva Warren Hunt, Producer; Rena Lovelis, Singer; Jeannie Deva, Vocal Producer in a recording studio When I mention “record producer” or “recording engineer” to just about anyone in the music business, I usually get an understanding nod.
Charlie Dare's insight:
A very good article on recording vocals from vocal producer ~
Ted Hope: "Filmmakers, Hollywood, The Industry, rarely know whom their audience is. We do it so ass-backwards: we make a movie and we think it is so wonderful that people all over the world will come to see it. Wouldn’t it be a hell of a lot easier ifall we did was take our movies where people are already gathered?"
In the digital age artist now have available audio assets such as loops to help build a songs. This is a review of Loopmasters who provide a huge library of loops and samples songwriters can use in their song productions
Major label artist shows how to record songs and great sounding records using his Easy Home Recording Blueprint. A stripped down, dead simple recording home studio and professional quality home recording method
" The digital age has brought technology within the reach of the songwriter. Now with a computer, microphone, audio interface and some software an artist can record their songs at home. However there are certain things one must know and understand when it comes to audio production. Owen shows how to get really good recordings. If you are thinking about building a home studio you MUST get this."
In the music industry, producers often ask “How much should I charge?” A general rule of thumb, is that you should charge whatever it is that you can get someone (Music Industry - How Much Producers Should Charge?
Music Videos are expensive. It's a fact. In order to make a good video, you need a great videographer with an excellent lens, and someone who really knows how to edit a video (sloppy cuts can totally diminish the quality of a video).
Watch the video McCartney Shares His Songwriting Tips on Yahoo Celebrity . Sir Paul McCartney delights a group of budding musicians by sharing his songwriting tips at a community chat event in London, organized by model and actress Lily Cole. (Nov. 19)
Sales of vinyl LPs cross the half a million mark in 2013, for the first time since 2003Vinyl sales up by 100% in 2013Almost nine in 10 vinyl buyers say it is their preferred music format, new BPI survey findsDaft Punk top 2013 LP chart
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