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(This article was also re-printed on Roots Music Canada’s site) Artists outside of Canada may not be familiar with the workshop stage found at most Canadian folk festivals. For the…
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My free recording survival guide.  5 page guide with my best tips for singer songwriters recording at home. Get the most out of your gear DAW setup tips Export and label tracks…
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Is file naming the most boring, uncreative topic? Possibly… But based on my experience there is a need for this post. Some thoughtfulness and organization goes a long way when…
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Instrumental for resonator, mandolin, and tenor banjo named Lockdown/Show
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Yesterday, I gave myself exactly one hour to write, record, edit (there is no editing), mix, and film a little musical snippet. I didn’t count the time rendering, uploading, writing…
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Listening to your own music may seem intuitive and self-explanatory, but getting the most out of your listening experience and communicating well with your producer will only help your studio…
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Here’s something a little different from me: a tune about architecture, world music, and geometric shapes 😂 – My long-time collaborator and Ladino singer friend Aviva Chernick asked me to…
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In this post, I’m going to outline my remote production workflow, share some experiences, and offer some tips to anyone wishing to collaborate online. Remote Recording Advantages Working this way…
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Guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Joel Schwartz will share his process of working remotely, explaining how he records fretted instruments (guitars, mandolin, resonators, banjo) for film/tv composers and other artists. Format will…
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Season 3 of Anne with an E is out on CBC and soon to be on Netflix.  I played guitars, mandolins, resonators, and banjos on this season as well as…
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Northern Rescue is now out on Netflix and CBC!   Working with composer Ari Posner, I played all the guitars on the show as well as composed a few cues.
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