Here’s an update of my production work for those of you who may be interested. For some clients I produced full projects, some I joined their team as vocal producer, for many I wrote on their songs and they are all my vocal students who smartly prepared for their productions by getting their voices in top shape. Here’s a summary:
If you are recording an important project, you will want to look into the final stage of processing your recordings for maximum sonic quality: Mastering. Mastering engineer Borislav Dimitrov of HZ Productions guest posts today about technically preparing a recording to be mastered.
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If you are trying to make money from your music, don’t upload full songs to Facebook, MySpace and other sites…not even your own websites — unless you want to give them away free! Here’s why, and what to do instead.
If you are well prepared, recording your music project can turn a sonic dream into a reality better than you ever hoped for. Recording is a heady experience…No wonder we want to get into the studio as soon as possible! But wait… have you done the following to prepare?