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Jeffrey Crace: Hotel Lagonda August 27, 2009

Posted by Damon Sink in : collaboration, Mixing, Music distribution , add a comment

Mornin’ everybody. (Damon here)

One of the projects that I’ve been working on this summer is a first release from a singer-songwriter, Jeffrey Crace. Jeff found us through The Studio Files a few months ago and asked about some help mixing some songs that he had recorded on a Korg 16-track MDR. He sent me the individual tracks for one song and I shot him back a quick mix. Well, he liked it, and decided to have me mix and master the whole project. He has decided to go with digital distribution first, plus an inexpensive short run of slimline CDs to sell at gigs and for promotional packets.

We went with TuneCore and the album is now live on Amazon and lala.com.
Check out Here We Go Again:

Here We Go Again – Jeffrey Cra…

I’m going to go through several of the mixes in the next couple of weeks and talk about what plugins I used, and other techniques. If you listen to a track on Hotel Lagonda and want to know something specific, just ask!

More soon,

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Find People. Make Music. Online – Indaba Music May 11, 2009

Posted by Damon Sink in : collaboration, Composing, social media , 5comments

Find People. Make Music. Online – Indaba Music

OK. This looks pretty cool. I haven’t had a chance to check it out thoroughly yet, but I would be interested to know if there are any Studio Files Users out there who would like to do a project with me to check it out together. What do you say?

Indaba is an on-line music creation/collaboration site with a browser format mixing environment. So I would lay down a beat on my end, you add a vocal or other overdubs, or vice versa. Heck, we could make a whole Studio Files album this summer! But we’d have to call it something better than “The Studio Files Album”

I’ll suggest this “Nothing in the Way”

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