Recording studio – Sound Riot Records http://soundriotrecords.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 20:27:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://soundriotrecords.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ICON-70x70.png Recording studio – Sound Riot Records http://soundriotrecords.com/ 32 32 Voice Actor Home Recording Studio Setup: Soundproofing and Headphones Guide Launch https://soundriotrecords.com/voice-actor-home-recording-studio-setup-soundproofing-and-headphones-guide-launch/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 14:05:27 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/voice-actor-home-recording-studio-setup-soundproofing-and-headphones-guide-launch/ Voice over talent marketplace Voices has released a new guide recommending soundproofing methods, headphones and microphones for home recording studios. London, Canada – September 19, 2022 — The new guide includes helpful recommendations on choosing equipment, advice on learning opportunities, costs and other factors to consider when starting an acting career. More details can be […]]]>

Voice over talent marketplace Voices has released a new guide recommending soundproofing methods, headphones and microphones for home recording studios.

The new guide includes helpful recommendations on choosing equipment, advice on learning opportunities, costs and other factors to consider when starting an acting career.

More details can be found at https://www.voices.com/blog/starting-voice-acting-career

Voices has released its latest resource for anyone interested in hosting podcasts, developing audiobooks, or voice acting in video games, TV, and more. Along with career advice, the guide includes recommendations for cost-effective soundproofing and insulation.

Voices explains that while soundproofing is often overlooked, it’s an essential part of a home studio setup. It helps produce professional quality recordings by reducing unwanted sounds that need to be removed. The guide recommends blankets and comforters as a beginner’s and budget-friendly insulation option.

Another important factor to consider is the choice of microphone. Voices recommends that beginner actors make a selection of microphones suitable for their voice. Suggested approaches include trying out different brands of microphones, testing out different microphone options in your planned studio before deciding on one, and seeking advice from experienced studio recording experts.

For headphones, the Voices guide recommends the Sony MDR-7560 and Sennheiser HD-200 Pro as the best options. On-ear studio headphones are generally preferred over headphones due to their comfort and superior audio quality.

The guide concludes with professional development tips for a successful acting career, personal marketing, networking suggestions, and more.

“A home voiceover studio is essential for you to produce high-quality work,” wrote Stephanie Ciccarelli, co-founder of Voices. “To help you understand what it takes to launch a successful voiceover career in 2022, we’ve created this comprehensive article that covers all the information you need to get started. We hope it provides future voice actors with the voice of tips and tricks to start their career,” she added.

About Voices

Founded in 2015, Voices has over two million registered users. The popular voiceover marketplace includes learning resources and solutions related to audio content development.

For more information, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjddrKZhIhE

Contact information:
Name: Tara Parachuk
E-mail: Send an email
Organization: Voice
Address: 100 Dundas St Suite 700, London, Ontario N6A 5B6, Canada
Website: https://www.voices.com/

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Rihanna spotted at recording studio fueling rumors of new album https://soundriotrecords.com/rihanna-spotted-at-recording-studio-fueling-rumors-of-new-album/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 19:34:00 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/rihanna-spotted-at-recording-studio-fueling-rumors-of-new-album/ is a new Rihanna album on the way? There “I needed myselfThe singer was spotted at a recording studio in Los Angeles on Friday (September 16) with A$AP Rockyaccording TMZ. This isn’t the first time Rihanna has been spotted at this particular studio, further fueling rumors that a new album may be on the way. […]]]>

is a new Rihanna album on the way?

There “I needed myselfThe singer was spotted at a recording studio in Los Angeles on Friday (September 16) with A$AP Rockyaccording TMZ. This isn’t the first time Rihanna has been spotted at this particular studio, further fueling rumors that a new album may be on the way.

Rihanna opened up about what fans can expect from her new music last year, but that plan was apparently changed when she was pregnant with her first child. “You won’t expect what you hear. Put that in your mind,” she said. It’s been nearly six years since she released new music.

She also announced in November that “new” music would be releasedbut in the form of reissued vinyl versions of his previous work.

Rihanna’s Boyfriend A$AP Rocky is currently facing an aggressive defense against weapons chargesbut his lawyer denies that the rapper fired a gun in A$AP RelliHer presence. “Rocky did not commit a crime. It was an extortion attempt by a former associate, who threatened to make false criminal charges if Rocky did not pay him. What will become very clear in the months to come, based on facts and evidence, Rocky is innocent of these charges.” Joe Tacopina said.

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Award-winning local recording studio https://soundriotrecords.com/award-winning-local-recording-studio/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 19:32:31 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/award-winning-local-recording-studio/ Breadcrumb Links local entertainment Entertainment Paul Zacharias’ Wheelhouse Sound has been nominated multiple times for the YYC Music Awards. Photo by Lauren Hamm /Lauren Hamm Content of the article High River’s Wheelhouse Sound, a recording studio run by producer Paul Zacharias, received several YYC Music Award nominations this year. Advertisement 2 This ad has not […]]]>

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High River’s Wheelhouse Sound, a recording studio run by producer Paul Zacharias, received several YYC Music Award nominations this year.

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“Recognition like this helps me feel part of the Calgary music community,” said Zacharias. “I am also very happy that some of the artists I work with are recognized. »

Zacharias is nominated for Folk Artist of the Year with his song “Which Part of Me Will Win?”, Two artists he produced/recorded are also up for the same award; Two Late to The Party and Natalie Inga. Zacharias is also up for Recording Studio of the Year.

“I record music with songwriters, partnering with each in capacities that best suit their needs, goals and style,” Zacharias said.

Having been at High River for nearly three years, he does everything from songwriting coaching and co-writing to full production, where he does most of the instrumentation.

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“I have a fairly gentle but direct approach to working with songwriters, which means I want us to bring out the best in them while making them feel as safe and confident as possible,” a- he declared.

When people hear something Zacharias has been working on, he wants them to “feel the big lump in their throat, burning in their chest that the artist who wrote it felt as the words poured out of them and on the page”.

A life full of music

“I grew up in a house with so much music,” Zacharias said, “Our house was always full of vintage audio equipment and beautiful, luscious sounds coming from big old speakers.”

After buying his first electric guitar at the age of 12, Zacharias continued to play in bands; eventually, while touring and creating albums, he discovered his love for the studio and creating music.

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“Great music is as honest as it is intelligent. A marriage of melody and poetry, a production that triples each pen stroke of the writer. Good music makes me sing, cry, dance, laugh,” Zacharias said.

Camaraderie, connection and realizing a vision in the studio is like nothing else according to Zacharias. His wife encouraged him to buy recording equipment 14 years ago and he hasn’t looked back.

“I quickly realized how committed I was to supporting and empowering other musicians,” he said.

In the future, Zacharias hopes to hone himself more while writing with artists and do more “live recording” sessions (recording everyone at once). “Five years from now, I imagine I might be thinking more seriously about the next (bigger) space I’d like the studio to live in,” he said.

The YYC Music Awards will take place on September 18 at Gray Eagle Resort & Casino, for more information and the list of nominees visit: yycmusicawards.com

To learn more about Zacharias and Wheelhouse Sound, visit: www.wheelhousesound.com

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Media Recording Studio provides space for video and audio production | VTX https://soundriotrecords.com/media-recording-studio-provides-space-for-video-and-audio-production-vtx/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/media-recording-studio-provides-space-for-video-and-audio-production-vtx/ The Media Recording Studio, located on the second floor of the Newman Library, is a space for patrons to create various types of media using technologies such as 4k video cameras, sound booth, workstations music publishing, etc. The Media Recording Studio is extraordinarily popular. There are many bookings every year. It was heavily used. It […]]]>

The Media Recording Studio, located on the second floor of the Newman Library, is a space for patrons to create various types of media using technologies such as 4k video cameras, sound booth, workstations music publishing, etc.

The Media Recording Studio is extraordinarily popular. There are many bookings every year. It was heavily used. It has a recording booth, green screen and 4k video recording. It has mixing equipment. It is basically for anyone who is interested in making audio or video related projects. If you’re a musician, if you’re a podcaster, or if you’re just someone curious about how the gear works here, it’s free for everyone and we have plenty of easy-to-access programs. It’s amazing how many people get into media projects for a variety of reasons. Some of them do it for the class, some of them do it for personal reasons. But how few departments that will ask you to do a media project will provide you with resources to do the media project. And that’s why I think it’s really important to have a space like this because there are so many people who need it and don’t have access to it otherwise. I think the coolest part of having this space in the library is that you can really see the art and creativity behind so many students here, especially because no one really comes here to do the same. Everyone is there to do something different. I played Harry Potter sketches on the video camera. I’ve had rappers play with the audio. It’s really just an open space for everyone to take their experiences or interests and merge them here with our gear and do something really cool.

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New recording studio in the mountains of New Mexico – Music Connection Magazine https://soundriotrecords.com/new-recording-studio-in-the-mountains-of-new-mexico-music-connection-magazine/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 22:58:09 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/new-recording-studio-in-the-mountains-of-new-mexico-music-connection-magazine/ New Mexico has always been revered as one of the premier places in the United States to see Southwestern art and listen to great live music. Richard Cagle of Montrose Records thought of it and built a class-A recording studio in the mountains of southern New Mexico. Kathy Lyon, the reigning veteran singer in Pensacola, […]]]>

New Mexico has always been revered as one of the premier places in the United States to see Southwestern art and listen to great live music. Richard Cagle of Montrose Records thought of it and built a class-A recording studio in the mountains of southern New Mexico. Kathy Lyon, the reigning veteran singer in Pensacola, Florida, sought out her good guitarist friend Rich Chorné who had retired to the same area of ​​New Jersey. Combined with the pull of the mountains, Cagle’s new Montrose recording studio, plus dozens of resident session players from west Texas and southern New Mexico, Ruidoso is attracting established recording artists from all over the United States. Kathy’s return from Florida was brought about by business manager Mike Carrasco with the encouragement of their longtime friend Rich Chorné. Chorné had organized two events that would feature Kathy’s vocal presence: Alto Lakes Country Club and the annual “Chile The Kid Beer & Wine Festival”. The dates of the regional show, the return of Kathy, as well as the inclusion of the veteran members of the group caught the attention of Tradd Treadwell host of “Let’s Talk Music” on KRUI 1490AM. “Let’s Talk Music” maintains a strong regional following and soon the word was out. Kathy shares, “We like to travel in our RV and going to the mountains of southern New Mexico is an easy choice on its own, then you add a great band, two show dates and I could go back to the studio to touch up some songs and the trip was an easy decision. The icing on the cake was the audience reaction to both concerts. Enthusiastic would be a good word for sure. Home – kathylyonmusic.com

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🌱 Popular recording studio raided by DEA + water utility scam https://soundriotrecords.com/%f0%9f%8c%b1-popular-recording-studio-raided-by-dea-water-utility-scam/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 22:27:41 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/%f0%9f%8c%b1-popular-recording-studio-raided-by-dea-water-utility-scam/ Hello again, hello! I’m back with your new copy of the Dallas Daily. Let’s start this weekend off right, with a quick dive into the most important things happening around town… 📣 Our readers love to celebrate good news! You can now shout your big announcement at the top of the Dallas Daily newsletter. Whether […]]]>

Hello again, hello! I’m back with your new copy of the Dallas Daily. Let’s start this weekend off right, with a quick dive into the most important things happening around town…


📣 Our readers love to celebrate good news! You can now shout your big announcement at the top of the Dallas Daily newsletter. Whether it’s a grand opening, new product for sale, birthday, anniversary, engagement, wedding, or new baby, let everyone celebrate at your side! Submit your ad here.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Sunny to partly cloudy. High: 92 Low: 69.


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Here are the top three stories from today in Dallas:

  1. KFI Studios, a popular Dallas recording studio, was raided by the DEA and the Dallas Police Department on Thursday morning. The raid was part of a large-scale narcotics investigation, according to the department. Several arrests were made during the raid and several cars were taken away. (WFAA.com)
  2. The new Dallas State Psychiatric Hospital will include a 100-bed inpatient unit. The unit will be led by Children’s Health. The establishment already has 200 adult beds planned. The new hospital will likely open in 2025, and the pediatric unit is expected to open in 2026. The new hospital will help fill the gap in mental health inpatient capacity in North Texas. (Magazine D)
  3. Dallas residents beware of scammers posing as Dallas Water Utilities employees. Scammers call customers and threaten to shut down water services unless payment is made over the phone or through an SMS link. Dallas Water Utilities reminds customers that it sends disconnection notices by mail, not by phone. It also does not accept payments through a live person over the phone. (FOX 4 News Dallas-Fort Worth)

Today in Dallas:

  • Wool And Fiber Day At the Old Town Park (All day)
  • Dallas Chocolate Festival At Fashion Industry Gallery (10:00 AM)

From my notebook:

  • Check latest list of pets ready for adoption in the Dallas area looking for a forever home, including plush Tipper or sweet Lilly. (Dallas Patch)
  • Sometimes a bottle of wine just isn’t enough. Click to a list of the best places in Dallas to buy boxed wine. (CW33 Dallas)
  • Do you know the best places to find authentic austrian schnitzels? Click for a list of the best places in Dallas to celebrate National Wiener Wiener Day. (CW33 Dallas)

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Nicole Fallon Peek

About me: Nicole Fallon-Peek is a journalist and editor with a degree in media, culture and communication from New York University. She has been a freelance journalist, editor, managing editor and editorial director for various B2B news outlets. She currently co-owns and manages content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.

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SoundXRucker Brings the First and Only Dolby Atmos Recording Studio to the State of Kentucky https://soundriotrecords.com/soundxrucker-brings-the-first-and-only-dolby-atmos-recording-studio-to-the-state-of-kentucky/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/soundxrucker-brings-the-first-and-only-dolby-atmos-recording-studio-to-the-state-of-kentucky/ SoundxRucker brings the region’s first and only Dolby Atmos production suite and recording studio to Louisville, Kentucky. Dolby Atmos systems are built from traditional surround formats such as 5.1 or 7.1. Adding in-ceiling speakers makes this studio 7.1.4. The studio will allow artists and engineers to create music that is both multi-dimensional and immersive, creating […]]]>

SoundxRucker brings the region’s first and only Dolby Atmos production suite and recording studio to Louisville, Kentucky. Dolby Atmos systems are built from traditional surround formats such as 5.1 or 7.1. Adding in-ceiling speakers makes this studio 7.1.4. The studio will allow artists and engineers to create music that is both multi-dimensional and immersive, creating an environment in which sounds move around the listener in any direction.

LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 9, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — SoundxRucker brings the region’s first and only Dolby Atmos production suite and recording studio to Louisville, Kentucky. Dolby Atmos systems are built from traditional surround formats such as 5.1 or 7.1. Adding in-ceiling speakers makes this studio 7.1.4. The studio will allow artists and engineers to create music that is both multi-dimensional and immersive, creating an environment in which sounds move around the listener in any direction.

Over the past 15 years, Daniel ‘Radio Rucker’ has become entrenched in the local music scene of Louisville, Kentucky. After graduating in audio engineering and music production in 2007, he became the voice and oldest on-air talent for one of the city’s biggest radio stations, 98.9 Radio Now (currently 98 ,9 KISS FM). Recently, he partnered with Hatfield Media bring the first and only Dolby Atmos Production Suite and recording studio for Kentucky. For those unfamiliar, Dolby Atmos takes the idea of ​​surround sound to a whole new level to create an immersive experience that allows engineers like Rucker to place instruments and sound all around the listener.

“I’m thrilled to be able to bring Dolby Atmos to Kentucky“, says Rucker. “There is nothing like it in the area. Artists now have a place where they can pick up a mix or monitor their mixes in Atmos. I can’t wait to bring immersive sound to a new clientele. I consider myself an artist – Dolby Atmos gives me an even bigger canvas to paint audio pictures. Years from now, when new sound engineers emerge, they won’t have the same limitations or mindset as current engineers, because they won’t be as afraid to try new things. The phrase “there are no rules” has never been truer than it is right now, in my opinion. I can’t wait to see where it all takes us. Atmos will revolutionize music. It’s here to stay.” “In this region, being able to stand out is a special thing,” says Clark Abcher, director of business development at Hatfield Media. “You have artists who really help to put Louisville and the state of Kentucky on the map from a music standpoint, but from an audio engineering standpoint, Rucker is going to take this to the next level. It will be really fun to see the sound go up in tandem with the music.”

Taking nearly a year, the SoundxRucker studio features state-of-the-art Dolby Atmos spatial audio technology that gives you an immersive audio experience. While the Avid MTRX Studio interface is the brains of the operation, the Genelec The 7.1.4 speaker system is the crown jewel of the studio. “Atmos will revolutionize the industry,” says danny fasoldSales Advisor at Westlake Pro. “The reason Atmos is a game-changer is that unlike traditional surround formats, it mixes it into whatever format you have, even basic stereo headphones. It comes close to the spatial depth and movement that the mixer puts in the mix Atmos. From a technical point of view, that’s why it’s different this time. I think a lot of people over the next 10 years are going to experience Atmos in a really meaningful way , but unexpected. Eventually, we’re going to see artists who, from the start of the song, are already thinking about Atmos and how to incorporate it as a songwriting tool, rather than just a mixing tool.”

“I have known the Hatfield Media team for a few years now. They are in charge of the marketing of an artist who I work closely with, B SIMM. Initially, I asked them to create a website while I was looking for a location for the studio. Over time, the relationship grew into what it is now,” Rucker explains.Westlake Pro, Dolby and Genelec were all very helpful in the process. I thought it was really cool that we didn’t have someone random, we had THE Genelec guys in their Atmos room, helping guide us through the decision-making process. It meant a lot to us because it felt like we were getting it straight from the source.” “Everything we make has the same kind of editing,” says Paul Stewart, Sr. Technical sales manager at Genelec. “We can adapt to all sorts of situations. There’s a lot of consistency in our products in terms of how they’re designed and how they fit. We always want our customers to understand what’s going on in the part, what we’re trying to fix. What’s great about working with Westlake is their dedication to actually getting to know the client’s process – that’s incredibly helpful. We really enjoyed working with Danny. I know he and Rucker have a good rapport and they talked a lot outside of email sons and such Danny was very knowledgeable and if he didn’t have the answer right away you knew he was going to get the answer It was a very transparent process with them.

“We see tremendous opportunities for collaboration with Rucker,” says Drake Hatfield, President and CEO of Hatfield Media. “When considering a partnership, it’s critical that the relationship is mutually beneficial. The augmentation of our full-service video production studio with a Dolby Atmos mixing environment will provide capabilities never before available in our region. It is important to note that Daniel shares our values ​​and strives for the highest standards in his craft. We look forward to the years to come and the opportunity to work together on advanced projects.”

“In addition to Atmos, we wanted to create a one-stop-shop where you can create your entire brand. From recording your album, creating a logo, designing a website, and producing a a music video, all under one roof,” says Rucker. “It was a no-brainer to team up with Rucker,” says Absher. “After hearing the vision Rucker had for opening a new studio, it made more sense to not only have the capabilities to mix in Atmos, but to have a recording studio inside our media wing which includes a full size green screen and cyc wall. Being able to have this in our building and being able to leverage Rucker’s expertise behind the board is going to bring a lot of new opportunities and scalability for customers, whether whether it’s commercials, music videos or the mix side of things. It just adds one more offering to our full-service marketing agency repertoire.”

Relevant links:

https://soundxrucker.com/
https://hatfieldmedia.com/
https://westlakepro.com/
https://www.dolby.com/technologies/dolby-atmos/#gref
https://www.genelec.com/

About Sound X Rucker

The first and only Dolby Atmos production suite and recording studio in Louisville, Kentucky, the SoundxRucker studio allows artists to work with a mixing engineer to create music that is both multi-dimensional and immersive. Daniel ‘Radio’ Rucker has been in the audio engineering industry for over 15 years, having spent 12-13 years in the radio industry. It offers production expertise that will bring your next creative project to life. SoundxRucker partners with Hatfield Media, a full-service marketing agency in Louisville, Kentucky offering website design, video production, search engine optimization, graphic design and everything in between.

Media Contact

Daniel RuckerHatfield Media, 502-641-6366, rucker502@gmail.com

SOURCESoundXRucker

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This singer took her recording studio and her family on the road https://soundriotrecords.com/this-singer-took-her-recording-studio-and-her-family-on-the-road/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 17:08:52 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/this-singer-took-her-recording-studio-and-her-family-on-the-road/ family Would you live in a 240 square foot RV with two other people? This is what musician Asha Mae (@asha_mae_sings) does, and she says she’s never been happier! The musician and mom spends her days traveling the country with her husband, Kemar, and son, Kyle. In this episode of Dream big, live smallAsha Mae […]]]>

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Would you live in a 240 square foot RV with two other people? This is what musician Asha Mae (@asha_mae_sings) does, and she says she’s never been happier! The musician and mom spends her days traveling the country with her husband, Kemar, and son, Kyle. In this episode of Dream big, live smallAsha Mae shares what it’s like to live in an RV and explore the United States with her family.

Asha Mae starts her tour VR pointing to the bedroom of her son Kyle, a tiny cubby that sits just below the roof of the vehicle. “Those black storage bins in the back are her dresser,” Asha Mae says, pointing to a row of bins at the other end of the cubby. “Each container contains shorts or shirts.”

Moving on, Asha Mae points to the table that serves as the main table for the family. workspace. “We use this area for work, home school, [music] recording and Zoom and Skype meetings,” says Asha Mae. “It’s so funny because when we were in a house, we had this huge space that we were doing all these different things in, and we weren’t using it.”

Next to the table is the family kitchen, which consists of a stove, microwave and small fridge. “You’d be surprised how much magic you can do here,” says Asha Mae, showing how she places a lid on the stove to convert it into counter space. “We bought this stove to also serve as extra counter space because as you can see there is absolutely no counter space here. It is therefore our kitchen counter, and the table is also our kitchen counter.

Asha Mae notes that living in an RV forces the family to embrace minimalism when it comes to buying groceries. “If you live that lifestyle, just get rid of your Costco membership. You don’t need it, because there’s no room,” she explains. “Now we really only buy what we need.”

Finally, Asha Mae goes around the main bedroom. The bed takes up almost all the space and there is very little space between the bed and the wall. “It’s difficult to change the sheets, very difficult. You have to climb up there,” Asha Mae said, pointing to the bed.

In general, living in an RV requires a good attitude, according to Asha Mae. While it was a rewarding experience for the family, Asha Mae notes that it’s definitely not for everyone. “You really have to be flexible,” she says. “Anyone who gets into this lifestyle will absolutely hate it if they’re not flexible. You have to have the temper for that.

But if you have the right attitude, Asha Mae says RV life can be truly amazing. “One of the wonderful things about this lifestyle is that you can pretty much change your garden whenever you want,” she explains. “It’s the American dream for us.”

And for all those who are intrigued by VR life, Asha Mae has a simple advice. “Live the life of today. Don’t delay,” she said. “There is no better time than now.”

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Professor Mthuli Ncube to set up recording studio in Bulawayo https://soundriotrecords.com/professor-mthuli-ncube-to-set-up-recording-studio-in-bulawayo/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 21:35:29 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/professor-mthuli-ncube-to-set-up-recording-studio-in-bulawayo/ The Chronicle Nqobile Bhebhe, showbiz journalist Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said he was setting up a recording studio in Bulawayo aimed at developing the city’s artistic talents. Professor Ncube said funds had been raised and he was looking for space to host the studio. “I’m setting up a recording studio in […]]]>

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Nqobile Bhebhe, showbiz journalist

Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said he was setting up a recording studio in Bulawayo aimed at developing the city’s artistic talents.

Professor Ncube said funds had been raised and he was looking for space to host the studio.

“I’m setting up a recording studio in Bulawayo. It is an artistic city and we need to nurture the talent that is there,” said Professor Ncube. the Chronicle Showbiz Monday.

He said the move is a response to young people in the city who approached him to help raise funds for the project.

“The young people of Bulawayo approached me to help them raise funds to set up a recording studio. I accepted and I raised funds. I am now looking for a good place to locate it.

“Young people are very anxious and eager to work on it,” he said.

Prof Ncube said there is abundant artistic talent in Bulawayo which needs to be nurtured carefully.

“The studio would be a hub for nurturing talent and we need more of these facilities. It would add value to the arts sector,” he said.

If the studio is successfully set up, it will certainly help promote the Bulawayo artists who continue to emerge as they will have another place to record their works.

Some of the studios operated in Bulawayo include House Rebels Studios (DJ Skaiva), Tizzie Studios (Tinashe Basa), XStudios (Master Zhou), Elephant Records (Godwin Smallz), Rock Up Studios (Nashville), Loud Records (Eratus), TTS Studios (Tarryn Talana), Khulasizwe Studios (CITE), Certified Music Records (Larnyx) and The Cradle (DJ MduSevan).

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Russell Brand faces backlash over recording studio plans at Grade II listed 15th century pub https://soundriotrecords.com/russell-brand-faces-backlash-over-recording-studio-plans-at-grade-ii-listed-15th-century-pub/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 10:58:24 +0000 https://soundriotrecords.com/russell-brand-faces-backlash-over-recording-studio-plans-at-grade-ii-listed-15th-century-pub/ Russell Brand faces backlash over plans for a recording studio to record his YouTube channel in a Grade II listed 15th century pub Russell Brand, 47, wants to open a recording studio for his YouTube channel The comedian is launching a new show this month for his 5.9 million subscribers He plans to build it […]]]>

Russell Brand faces backlash over plans for a recording studio to record his YouTube channel in a Grade II listed 15th century pub

  • Russell Brand, 47, wants to open a recording studio for his YouTube channel
  • The comedian is launching a new show this month for his 5.9 million subscribers
  • He plans to build it in The Crown pub in Oxfordshire, which he bought in 2020
  • Some residents have opposed the move, saying the pub is already too busy

Russell Brand is facing a backlash over his plan to build a recording studio in his 15th century pub.

The comedian has applied to convert part of The Crown pub into a studio where he will record videos for his YouTube channel and its 6 million subscribers.

Mr Brand angered locals by buying Pishill village’s only pub, Henley-on-Thames, for £850,000 with the intention of turning it into a vegan restaurant.

His company, Pablo Diablo’s Legitimate Business Firm Ltd, has asked South Oxfordshire District Council to make further changes to the Grade II listed company The Crown.

Planning documents show Mr Brand, 47, wants to get the job as soon as possible before a new show launches on September 25.

Russell Brand, 47, plans to build a recording studio for his YouTube channel in his Oxfordshire pub

Mr Brand bought The Crown pub in the small village of Pishill, Henley-on-Thames for £850,000 in 2020. He plans to turn it into a vegan restaurant.

Mr Brand bought The Crown pub in the small village of Pishill, Henley-on-Thames for £850,000 in 2020. He plans to turn it into a vegan restaurant.

The pub, used as a popular wedding venue, is temporarily closed and used as accommodation for freelance Brand staff.

La Couronne has terraces, parking, a detached barn, a two bedroom cottage and a garage.

Planning documents in support of the application state: “The entire property has recently changed hands and the public house is temporarily closed while plans are made to renovate the building and formulate the nature of the new establishment. put in place.

“The intention is to reopen the public house in due course. In the meantime, it is partly occupied by staff working freelance on behalf of the applicant.

“The delivery of the new studio will mean that production staff can be moved there and plans to reopen the public house can be continued.”

But a neighbor has already objected to the plans, citing a stand-up show Mr Brand put on at The Barn, which is part of the pub.

She wrote: “A performance by Russell Brand from his stand-up show gave a taste of life under the new owners; there were cars left haphazardly and everywhere, doubles and triples parked with at least eight on the proposed development site.

Mr Brand faces some opposition to his plans from locals who claim the area has become too busy with his various businesses around the pub

Mr Brand faces some opposition to his plans from locals who claim the area has become too busy with his various businesses around the pub

“We are therefore of the view that The Crown cannot currently maintain the business model adopted by the owners due to an insufficient number of parking spaces when all areas, i.e. offices, studios and the performance hall (The Barn) are up and running and as Russell and Laura Brand continues to be more successful, as I hope and am sure parking and road safety issues will only to get worse.

“I hope this email expresses my disappointment with our new neighbors’ determination to continue with their projects, regardless of the impact on our shared local environment or on myself and my family.”

“I sincerely hope you can impress on them the need to stop and wait for the proper inquiries and investigations to be concluded and reported before taking any further action.”

The Environmental Protection Team and Pishill with Stonor Parish Council have also raised concerns about the noise impact.

On August 16, the environmental protection proposed a “sound insulation-noise-control program” of the interior of the building – with the aim of “controlling the noise” of the interior and the building exterior.

The team wrote: ‘No development will take place until a building noise control plan has been submitted and approved in writing by the local planning authority.’

The parish council added that they wanted to see progress in reopening the pub before any further use is considered.

Mr Brand and his wife Laura, who live in Henley, bought The Crown in March 2020.

He said the pub would reopen and be refurbished once its recording studio was built.

The target decision date is September 27.

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