How to Record Horns

by elizabeth | March 23rd, 2010

Making a record is an intricate process.

Many pieces need to come together to make it successful, and to lessen the stress of one part of it, I wrote this article last year for MusicianWages.com, which is a great site for musician advice run by Cameron Mizell and Dave Hahn.

I cover the key parts of planning – (1) Knowing What You Want and (2) Hiring the Right People – as well as nuts and bolts about the session itself. If you’re getting ready to record any freelance musicians, you should read the article.

Elizabeth in the studio

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elizabeth! is a vocalist, trombonist, and songwriter working in NYC and Los Angeles. Originally from Vermont, she studied neuroscience at Harvard before moving to NYC to play, tour, and record with jazz musicians, indie rockers, pop stars and more. Her new album of original jazzy pop tunes was just released on Canopy Jazz!

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