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On Thursday, Join NWC's Free Webinar & Learn How to Make the Most of Your Studio Time

On Thursday, June 28, NWC, publisher of Professional Sound and Canadian Musician magazines, will be offering another free, career-building webinar. This month, Editor-in-Chief Andrew King will be joined by producer/engineer Kevin Dietz, who will teach musicians how make the most of their studio and, in turn, save money, save time, and get the best recordings possible.

Regardless of whether you’re recording at home or in a major studio, knowing what to expect and being fully prepared will maximize your efficiency and the quality of your music. Dietz has recorded Randy Bachman, Tom Cochrane, Stone Sour, Alexisonfire, SonReal, Protest the Hero, The Glorious Sons, and many others. Needless to say, he knows his way around the studio and is here to share his expertise. In this free webinar, Kevin will help you make the most of any studio experience, get the best return on your investment, and come out with top-notch tracks.

You’ll learn:

-How to get comfortable, confident, and ready to record

-The process and importance of pre-production

-What you need in the studio (and what you don’t)

-How to get what you want from your engineer

…and lots more!

About the presenters

Kevin Dietz is a recording/mixing engineer and music producer based in Toronto. His main goal when working with an artist is to help bring out their musicality and their best performance. He has plenty of experience recording both analog and digital and everything in between, from full-band, live-off-the-floor recordings to programmed and production/synth-based music. www.kevindietzmusic.com.

Andrew King is the Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Musician, as well as Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also co-hosts the popular Canadian Musician Radio podcast. He has been a guest speaker, panelist, and moderator at events including CMW, ECMA, BreakOut West, the Halifax Pop Explosion, and many others.

For more information, go to www.nwcwebinars.com.

To register, go to CLICK HERE.