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Ball State Studio Pics

As promised, here are the new and improved photos of the studio B sessions at Ball State. My girlfriend, Lauren, was kind enough to lend her photography skills to us for the evening and snap a few high-quality pictures of our tracking session.

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Studio B Phone Pics

I took a few snapshots of the studio with my camera phone. Some came out a bit blurry because my phone takes terrible pictures in low light situations. Alas, some of them turned out to be decent. My girlfriend, Lauren, took some killer photos with her professional camera with lenses that look like laser canons. When she gets around to editing them I’ll post them on the site for your viewing pleasure!

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Back in Studio B

Pre Production Plan Board

Pre Production Board

I’m back in the beautiful “Studio B” of the Letterman Building at Ball State University as part of a five-person team participating in a recording immersion program. We are being given two weeks of unlimited studio access in order to record a full-length album for Apsara. This will be my third recording session with Apsara. Over the next two weeks my team and I will be recording 12 songs. So for the next 14 days my schedule is going to be looking pretty hectic.

My professional photographer girlfriend, Lauren, said that she’s going to stop by the studio tomorrow to take some pictures for my website and portfolio. So be sure to check back tomorrow for some updates!

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Ball State Recording with Apsara

David Letterman Studios @ Ball State University

David Letterman Studios @ Ball State University

One of the advantages that comes with attending Ball State University is the fact that I get to take advantage of the studio facilities of the David Letterman Building’s studios. This last semester I worked with a team composed of five individuals (myself included) to record a 5-song demo for a band of our choosing. The band we chose was “Apsara” with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working with beforehand.

Each of the team members was responsible for one of the five tracks to be recorded. I was assigned a song titled “Boredom Breeds Chaos” which also happens to be the title of the Demo EP. I spent my sweet-ass time crafting my assigned song to the liking of Apsara in addition to the standards set by professor Stan Sollars.

The file below is my final 44.1 – 24 bit Pro Tools bounce in WAV format.
http://www.mediafire.com/?nrnzdn0tgjq

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Apsara at Reber Recording

A while back I recorded a live demo of the song “What is True” for the band Apsara at my Reber Recording facility. The demo session was video-taped and synced for submission to the Verizon Wireless Music Center booking department. The band was nice enough to send me a copy of their submission video so that I could share it with everyone.

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Ball State Recording

David Letterman Studios @ Ball State University

David Letterman Studios @ Ball State University

One of the advantages that comes with attending Ball State University is the fact that I get to take advantage of the studio facilities of the David Letterman Building’s studios. This last semester I worked with a team composed of five individuals (myself included) to record a 5-song demo for a band of our choosing. The band we chose was “Apsara” with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working with beforehand.

Each of the team members was responsible for one of the five tracks to be recorded. I was assigned a song titled “Boredom Breeds Chaos” which also happens to be the title of the Demo EP.  I spent my sweet-ass time crafting my assigned song to the liking of Apsara in addition to the standards set by professor Stan Sollars.

The file below is my final 44.1 – 24 bit Pro Tools bounce in WAV format.
http://www.mediafire.com/?nrnzdn0tgjq

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