I’m excited to announce that these beautiful gentlemen will be joining me next Monday, April 26th at 7:30 PM CDT for a FREE webinar about getting great recordings at home.
The title of the webinar? You guessed it. Getting Great Recordings at Home. (Or GGRAH for short.) 🙂
Over the last year, since I started Home Studio Corner (don’t forget about the anniversary giveaway), I’ve slowly met other audio bloggers and podcasters. One of the reasons I’m hosting this webinar is to introduce you to a few of them.
These guys are all working their tails off to provide you with good, informative information to make you a better musician and audio engineer. If you don’t subscribe to them already, YOU NEED TO. Period.
What Will We Cover?
If you’re not familiar with webinars, they’re simply a GREAT way to host big online meetings. You’ll need to register to attend (the link will be at the bottom of this post.) When the webinar starts, you’ll be able to hear me and these six panelists. We’ll discuss various topics, and we’ll take time to answer your questions, too.
Our goal is to simply share our thoughts on what it takes to make a great-sounding recording from home.
Obviously, me. My name is Joe Gilder (@joegilder). I run a website called Home Studio Corner. 🙂 I’m an audio engineer and a songwriter.
The Boys from the Home Recording Show – I was able to snag ALL THREE hosts of the Home Recording Show.
- Jon Tidey – @theaudiogeek – In addition to hosting the HRS, Jon also runs AudioGeekZine.com, a great blog. You can also find him at EpicSounds.ca.
- Ryan Canestro – @rcanestro – Ryan works out of the LA area. Check out his website: DitchRoadRecords.com.
- Jesse Zoller – Hailing from San Francisco, Jesse’s website is TheIceShop.net.
Slau Halatyn – @SlauBeSharp – Slau is a New York–based engineer/producer and owner of BeSharp Studio. He’s worked with Grammy Award–winning musicians in the jazz, rock and classical world. In January 2009 he created the “Sessions With Slau” podcast in which he chronicles recording sessions, gear reviews and equipment shootouts on a weekly basis—OK, not weekly but monthly—sort of, barely—actually, whenever he manages to find the time. 🙂
Before you run off to check out all of the cool websites listed above, be sure to register for the webinar first.
There are a limited number of seats, so grab yours now. It will be a lot of fun and super informative. Again, it’s next Monday, April 26th, 2010, at 7:30 CDT (Central). That’s 5:30 in California. 8:30 in New York.