A rough recording can do so much more than just capture the melody and lyric of your latest song. Caring about all facets of the songwriting and recording process not only helps you present your songs in the best light but marks you as the kind of professional songwriter that people take seriously.
Making Your Rough Recordings Anything But “Rough”
In our next free webinar, we discuss with special guest Cliff Goldmacher the what, why, and how of rough recordings as well as some concrete, practical approaches to making your rough recordings as polished as possible.
Some of the topics covered will be…
• The value of rough recordings
• Why sound quality matters in your rough recordings
• How to make “polished” rough recordings
• Why ALL songwriters should care about audio
As always, Shure Audio Institute webinars are free to attend, and attendance is first come, first serve.
Dates & Times
Monday, September 17, 2018; 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
Monday, September 17, 2018, 2015; 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
After you register, you will receive a confirmation email that will tell you how to join the webinar.
About Cliff Goldmacher:
In the music business for over twenty-five years, Cliff Goldmacher is a songwriter, producer, engineer, author, and owner of recording studios in both Nashville and California. A multi-instrumentalist, Cliff has recorded, played on, and produced thousands of demos for major and independent publishers, brand new songwriters, and Grammy winners. The recordings Cliff has produced have ended up as major label cuts in feature films and on television.
While living in Nashville, Cliff worked as a staff songwriter. His songwriting collaborators include GRAMMY-winning artist Keb’ Mo’, multi-platinum-selling artists Ke$ha, Lisa Loeb, Chris Barron (Lead singer of the Spin Doctors), and Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart. Cliff’s songs have been cut by major label artists in genres ranging from country, pop, and jazz, to classical crossover. His music has also been used on NPR’s “This American Life” and in national advertising campaigns. Cliff’s song, “Till You Come to Me,” went to #1 on the jazz charts.
As an educator, Cliff teaches workshops for BMI, ASCAP, The Stanford Jazz Workshop, the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International, Taxi, and The Durango Songwriter’s Expo. Cliff’s courses are also available online through LinkedInLearning.com.
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