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Producer Kim Copeland will be conducting a seminar for independent artists in Atlanta on April 10. This event will be hosted by the Georgia Music Industry Asso.
$5 for members and $10 for non-members. Time 1-5pm. Also includes song and vocal critiques. Seminar to be posted on the gmia.org site week of March 7
For anyone thinking about recording a new CD, producer Kim Copeland will walk you through the process in this FREE seminar, designed specifically for recording artists. Kim will bring her years of experience in music production, artist management and her talents as a vocalist, to help you prepare and make wise choices.
The last thing you want to do is spend too much money and not get a great product!
Some of the topics covered in this seminar are:
1. Defining your uniqueness
2. Planning a realistic budget
3. A step by step description of the recording process
4. Do I need a producer and how do I chose one
5. Selecting the right songs for the project
6. Communicating your ideas to the producer
7. Key selection
8. Vocal tuning
10. How to avoid getting ripped off by the â€śsharksâ€ť
Donâ€™t spend your hard earned money till you know exactly how a professional recording experience should work. Space is limited. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. More on info on Kim at www.kimcopelandproductions.com
Kim Copeland is a long time mentor for The Nashville Songwriters Assoc., the Country Music Hall of Fame and TAXI. She was recently invited to participate in The Art & Science of Sound, the acclaimed video series on music production and recording put together by world-renowned producer/artist Alan Parsons and featuring legends like Michael McDonald and producer Tony Brown.