|Do you work alone or in a group? If in a group, who are the others you work with?
Depends on the genre of music. I've walked into a studio before and been given a sheet of music with the metronome tempo and told "1-2-3-4 GO" with no musical backing, then other days you walk out of a room after setting up and there's a couple of guitarists and bass a bass player next door. At the moment, I have a handful of "full-time" projects, mainly The Wakes and Jupiler 5.
I play bass in a reggae band called Du'Casco, we are six members... Fabiano Flores (guitars and vocals), Mike Hutterer (guitars), Phellip Terzian (eletronics and percussion), Diego Pacca (drums) and Rodrigo Pacca (keyboards and programming)
I work as a session musician, frontman in various bands. I have a duo/quartet playing internationally.
I've done both.
I work mainly alone, but I am always interested in collaboration with other artists as it can bring new elements to my music. So...contact me!
I work with mostly is Steve Hitzke at Kremlin Studios in Olympia, WA. Other than Steve, I do most of the recording and producing on my projects.
Both. When I'm practicing at home, it's a solitary activity. Rehearsals involve working with either three other colleagues (string quartet) or over 80 (symphony orchestra).
As of right now, I play with the Rockafellers ("Gourmet" Classic Rock), Groove House (Classic Rock), and also with the Worship Team at the Rock Church in Monroe, WA.
the strangest things keep happening to me ..
i started my volunteer job as a dancer in a contemporary dance project, under the umbrella of a local cultural center in somewhere in Q1 of 2008 ...
unknowingly of what might happen to me ..i went to the choreographer's workshops without much vision or insight into the project ..
now, i believe that when you are most in need of help ..help lurks from right behind the corner!
now, the choreographer had asked me if i'd be willing to let the project use some of my music for the dance show ..
so when i said yes ..i promptly got an invitation make decent professional recordings of four to five of my songs ...
but it wasn't until he had found the time to truly listen to my music and just recently (Q1 of 2009), .. he asked me if i wanted to record my complete repertoire, which now consists of 22 songs, some still unpublished ...and more under way..
so currently we are gathering a team around me ..
our team so far consists of
betty donelly (do-it-all)
a recording/sound engineer
an agent (for shopping the demo to venues, in the theaters', clubs and cultural centers' circuits ...we'll use that as a springboard to jump start my career
what we need most now would be a computer savvy, social networks adept/ promotions manager ..
because i just can't do it on my own anymore o:)
i am presently a solo act and play all the instruments myself but i would like a group as my songs are very hard to play.
Mostly alone, have a backing band of guitar/mandolin/bass when needed
Both. I love collaboration and do so whenever I have the opportunity. I have a few global musicians that I like to work with: Jyotsna, Dada Nabhanilananda, and Rainjan Ramon Sosa; as well as local spoken word artists PK McCary and Maria Palacios. I am a resident artist at Ananda Kanan Ozark Retreat Center where I work with different artists twice a year; and at the Ananda Marga Center in Vermont, where I co-teach Prabhat Samgiita workshops in the summer.
mostly Alone,sometimes my girlfriend Betty sings harmony.
I am a solo operation
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