The month of March starts with an information evening for APRA AMCOS members in Adelaide, “Meet the Locals.”
Tuesday the 1st March sees an expert panel of SA’s music industry professionals come together at the Grace Emily Hotel from 6pm-8pm to give you advice on the recording and mastering processes.
This will be perfect for those who need help in choosing a studio and preparing for recording, as you hear tips and tricks from Mixmasters Studio owner Mick Wordley.
Insight will also be given into the sometimes misunderstood science/art of mastering, courtesy of Disk-Edits‘ Neville Clark. See below for their bios.
The local APRA AMCOS Writer Services Representative and SA Office Manager, Matt Swayne, will be at hand to tell you how the company operates and what they do to ensure your music earns performance royalties. Find out what you can do on their Writer Portal, how to register your works and performances and how they can best serve you.
It’s free for APRA AMCOS members to attend, and light snacks and an entry drink are provided.
RSVP is essential to Matt Swayne 8331 5804 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Founder of SA’s iconic Mixmasters Studio, engineer and producer Mick Wordley has a passion for vintage music gear and a great tune. His studio is a working paradise for artists, engineers and producers and has been home to countless recordings by acts including The Angels, Amanda Palmer, Archie Roach, John Schumann and Timberwolf.
Disk-Edits was established in 1993 and is one of South Australia’s longest running, purpose built mastering facilities. Senior mastering engineer and company co-director Neville Clark has mastered over 1,800 albums and EPs for local, national and international clients across all genres of music.