California Recording Company Was Established In 1996 By Founder And CEO Robert Roth

California Recording Company Was Established In 1996 By Founder And CEO Robert Roth

located in van nuys ca 7845 noble street in the hart of van nuys this 1200- square feet facility has all the
gear and staff you need to make your project shine.we are Located in a commercial Building absolutely
isolated Professional Recording Studio. we are using Neuman microphones and all class A gear. we offer
highly experienced sound engineers and plenty of free secured Parking.we are close to restaurants and
shopping with-a 240 square feet vocal voice over booth with 42' inch LCD monitor you can breath and
perform your best.The main control room is 360 square feet. with floating floors running pro tools 12.8 HD
Universal audio post production Los Angeles converters pri amps and Plug Ins.
a 340 square feet lounging area lets you relax and or work on other aspects of your production offer free
Wi-Fi internet.
Note from the Founder of CRC
You’re a songwriter. It’s what you do. It’s what you’ve trained yourself to do through countless hours of
study, practice and effort. Your songs are yours and no one can write them for you. In other words, you’ve
become an expert at writing your songs. That’s how it should be. 48
However, if you’re going to treat your songwriting as a business that you hope to profit from, then it’s in
your best interest to employ experts at every level. In other words, unless you’re also a recording expert,
I’d advise you to employ the people who are. Writing a great song is the first and most important part of
the process but a high quality, well-performed demo of your song comes in a very close second. Unless
you’ve devoted as much time to learning the art and craft of recording as you have to your songwriting,
you will be doing your songs and your career a disservice by attempting to record your demo yourself.
We’ve all heard the argument that a great song is a great song and anyone with ears should be able to
"hear through" any recording no matter how rough. To my way of thinking, this is the music industry
equivalent of being set up on a blind date with a person who may very well have a heart of gold but who
doesn’t bother to shower. In other words, you’ve only got one chance to make a first impression with your
song and, given the competition out there, it had better be a great one. You might even meet a music
industry person who can genuinely hear through a rough recording. This may be true for that one
individual, but if you’re planning on showing your song to a variety of artists, managers, producers and
a&r reps as well, it’s never safe to assume that anything less than a first-rate recording will do. By "first
rate," I don’t mean full-band or elaborately produced, I simply mean your song should be recorded and
produced by professionals.
Conclusion
Let me be clear: I’m not recommending that you go out and spend your hard-earned cash on a
professional recording every time you write a song. If you’re planning on having a career in music you
have to be judicious in how/when you invest your demo budget. However, when you’ve got a song or
songs that are ready for prime time, I’m simply suggesting you treat them that way.
Robert Roth
Founder and CEO California Recording Company URL del sitio web:

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