So you’re considering booking one of our In The Studio Live video sessions, or you’ve already signed up because you like what you see – and you’re looking to get clear on what happens in the session. It’s a gig, a recording session and a video shoot, oh and it’s broadcast live. We get it, these sessions can serve a lot of objectives – it can’t be that easy, right? Well after reading this, you’ll have all the information you need to feel confident in the process and be itching to get one scheduled.
If you are a musician just starting out, and let’s face it starting out is a position that we return to often, open mic nights are a great way to begin if you can play acoustically. Open mic nights are events where anybody can turn up with their instrument, sign up and if there are spaces be given a spot to play that night. Some open mic hosts do require you to signup beforehand, however. Also, most open mics are focused on acoustic music but some allow backing tracks in both cases, do check with the promoter beforehand.
Open mic nights may not be super busy, or get you massive attention – but should you bother, what’s the point? I very much think so – read on to find out the four biggest reasons why you should play an open mic night this week.
If you’re into drums and drum recording then it’s a great interview, covering everything from how he got started, working with the greats and how technology has changed everything.