Dafnis Prieto, a percussionist and a professor at NYU
Legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter shares some recollections of collaborating with rap producer Q-Tip and A Tribe Called Quest.
Advice from Jazz Legend Ron Carter on How Post-Recording Production and Mastering Affects a Musician
Jazz legend Ron Carter shares his thoughts on the influence
Legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter sits down with two students at Loyola University, New Orleans, for a frank discussion of his career in jazz, the challenges of making it in the jazz industry of today, and the miracle that is having the sound that one makes with their fingers resemble the sound that comes out of the speakers in someone
In November 2007, Loyola University, New Orleans hosted a series of workshops and discussions by NARAS (The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences) on how to survive and build a career in today
Kelvin Brown, a student at Loyola University New Orleans and a hip-hop producer, discusses his budding career as a beat-maker and record producer, demonstrates how easy it is to assemble a professional-quality recording rig at an affordable price, walks us through his creative process, and offers advice to other aspiring producers looking to step up their game.
Music industry veteran Kevin Coogan reflects on his experiences serving on the board of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences), observing that his membership in the organization ultimately led him to becoming more involved in its operation, and discussing how the relationships he formed there have helped him in his career.
Joel C. High, a music supervisor based in Los Angeles, CA, shares his thoughts on the future of the film industry in Louisiana, and how recent developments in the industry and in Louisianas tax code can work to the states advantage.
Joel C. High, a music supervisor based in Los Angeles, CA, discusses the licensing issues involved in altering an existing recording for use in a film or television project.