This weekend seminar ran in May 2010 in Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney
Have you ever wondered what top record producers look for in songs? Get your material into top shape, and take your records and demos to the next level as Emmy-winning producer Stephen Webber reveals Ten Essential Skills and Most Common Pitfalls designed to sharpen your writing and production tools. Taken from Webber’s award winning, standing-room-only classes at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, this weekend workshop is full of concepts that can literally save you decades of trial and error in your craft.
In the master class segments of the weekend, Stephen will provide professional, personal feedback of participants’ CDs, demos, rough mixes, pre-production recordings, or live performances of original material. This feedback will focus on strengthening your material; codifying your artistic vision, identity, and intention; finding your voice; focusing your record’s arrangement to emphasize your strengths, and realizing professional standards of production and engineering. Recordings (or performances) can be in any style of vocal or instrumental music, including rock, folk, country, metal, World, R&B, hip-hop, dance, house, techno, etc.