Thursday, August 22, 2013
Friday, August 16, 2013
Does Katy Perry’s new single “Roar” (Capitol) sound familiar? Those laid-back, “Hard Knock Life”-like synths, the midtempo rhythm track, the sweeping production on the chorus – it all sounds an awful lot like Sara Bareilles’ recent single “Brave,” which arrived four months ago.
Thursday, August 8, 2013
StePhest Colbchella '013 - daft punk'd: Stephen settles for a Daft Punk recording.
Monday, August 5, 2013
So when I started getting serious about music production I decided I should attend a production school. I looked at the numerous options and chose Icon Collective. I had a great experience there and they certainly played a role in helping me become the producer I am today. 'I currently have two productions on the number 1 album in the country and one on the number 3 album. Invest in yourself. If you don't have the means heres a great opportunity. Icon Collective Music Production School is offering two scholarship for their online course to two dedicated and talented producers. The course is a nine month intensive program that will teach you everything you need to start kick your career as a music producer. Icon is notorious for caring about their students' needs and shines in this area unlike any other music production school. One scholarship winner will be decided by the school staff while the other scholarship will be chosen by open voting. And what about those talents that don't win? Icon is offering anyone who enters the contest a $900 scholarship to the interactive program. Next, contestants will need to create a five minute video discussing their story and how Icon will help reach their ultimate goals. This is a huge opportunity for any up and coming producers. The Novation and Ableton sponsored contest is closed August 16, so get to work, and be sure to check back for our exclusive interview with the founders of the school. Click HERE for more details and getting involved. Good luck!
Check out the awesomeness that is the new Mumford and Sons music video for Hopeless Wanderer starring Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms and Will Forte to fill in for them. In the video, the four comedians are dressed similarly to the way the band dresses - in vests and suspenders - and are seen playing instruments and lip syncing.