Last week, we featured a conversation with Jason Wegfahrt, studio director of non-profit Real Recording Studio in Bethlehem, PA.Read more
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Eight years after opening their doors, Bethlehem, PA’s Real Studio has remained one of the Northeast’s best-kept musical secrets.
If studio director Jason Wegfahrt and production manager Jason Reif have anything to do with it, that’s about to change.Read more
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Think you’re ready to release your new music to the world after hearing it played back in the studio? Not so fast…
A couple weeks ago, we asked you to shout out the music producers in your lives, who have taken your projects from good to great, and great to amazing. Before that, we stressed the importance of doing this, to stand out in a world where more music is being released than ever before.
In case you’re still trying to figure out what to look for in high-quality music production, let the folks at BMI give you a few pointers.
As The Balcony Show’s Ann Thatcher once opined here on LVU, the price of bad production is far more costly than that of good production.
Since launching The Quinn Spinn five years ago, I have come across hundreds of independent musicians in the Lehigh Valley and beyond. No matter the genre, experience level, or location of the artist, one common theme has emerged for musicians or industry professionals trying to achieve lasting success.
In all phases, professionalism is key.
I’ve been thinking a lot about this notion lately. As I talk to more musicians — some of whom are eager to spread their wings past their comfortable confines and take a shot at “making it” — I’ve given thought to some important notes to keep in mind as you chase your dreams.
Check out the list below, and feel free to add any I missed in the comments.
The following is an opinion piece from Ann Thatcher, host of The Balcony Show, Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.
If you are a talented original musician, chances are good that, at some point, you are going to want to record your own song. Given the fact that there are many choices out there when it comes to production – from high-cost producers, to do-it-yourself programs – it may be difficult to decide which way to go when it comes to something so personal.