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Opportunity Crush: Studio D looking for bands to record in January

December 20, 2010

The Studio D Project at the Center for Digital Imaging Arts in Waltham has reached out to us again to help find bands to record in January. Want to record a song and help out your favorite charity or cause? They’ll be selecting two bands to come in and do basic tracking between 1/13-1/16, with overdubs to follow. If you’re interested, please email us with the subject “Studio D” and send us links to your website/Bandcamp/Reverbnation/some other thing online with your music. We’ll pass your info on to the Studio D staff, who will select bands.

From the Studio D website:

Here’s how the Studio D Project works:

Every year, CDIA’s Audio Production team partners with a variety of local bands and musicians. Each band picks a cause or charity to support, and records an original song in Studio D. All songs are released online, where listeners can download the music track by track. All proceeds are donated to each band’s charity.

About Studio D:

Studio D is a state of the art modern recording studio, complete with Pro Tools HD, an analog Audient console, a well-stocked mic cabinet, a plethora of outboard equipment (including gear manufactured by Millenia, Summit Audio, and Tubetech), a large live room, three isolation rooms, and a baby grand piano. Studio D is also a teaching studio for CDIABU students, staffed by professional audio engineers. Through CDIA’s Practicum program, Audio Production staff and students make this dynamic collaboration a success.

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