A Start-to-Finish Primer on Producing Your
Jonathan Gill & Wendy DeWitt
In this workshop you will learn the steps required to create a music CD, from what to do after the songs are written to selling it online and at shows. This workshop is a project management class for composers, recording musicians, engineers and music lovers who are interested in learning more about creating, managing, mastering and duplicating recording projects. Specific topics covered are • being organized to save time, money and stress, • setting up a budget, • prioritizing costs, • packaging options in the modern age, and much, much more…
Producer, Singer/songwriter and owner of Beta Site studios, Jonathan Gill has more than 25 years experience in musical production & engineering. He has successfully produced CD projects at Beta Site studios for other musicians. Jonathan has a passion for musical production & his skills, expertise and knowledge is combined with his sense of enjoyment at sharing his craft with others. His workshops are beneficial and an enjoyable experience.
Wendy DeWitt has been involved in the music business as a touring artist, recording studio owner, band class instructor, transcriber (Homespun), engraver (Hal Leonard) and label owner. She currently leads a dual life as The Queen of Boogie Woogie playing blues and boogie piano, singing and writing, and as the owner of Wette Music CD and DVD Duplication. A life-long fascination with anything that can be plugged in, especially if music is concerned, has come in handy. Wendy is a member of the International Disc Duplication Association, NARAS, and BNI. Her business specializes in working with independent artists and instructors and you will leave this workshop ready to ask the right questions, and knowing what to expect in the production process.