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What You'll Learn
Learn How to Produce Demos Like a Nashville Pro
If anyone knows how to put together a great country demo that will sell your song it's Nashville engineers. In Multi Platinum's Nashville Demo Production Vol. 1 tutorials, you'll learn how to produce demos that are sure to be noticed. Many Sweetwater sales engineers have recorded or mixed in Nashville, and can confirm that these techniques are what it takes to put together professional demos. With over four hours of video, and full Pro Tools session files for you to follow along with, your band's demos will dramatically improve after you study with Nashville Demo Production Vol. 1.
Multi Platinum Nashville Demo Production Vol. 1 Video Tutorials Features at a Glance:
- Video tutorials focused on producing professional-sounding country demos
- Learn how to add depth and warmth to your songs with subtle time-based effects
- Taught by award-winning producer Dean Palya Jr.
- Over four hours of HD video content
- Includes Pro Tools session with over 80 tracks of audio
- Delivered via download
Increase the professionalism of your demos with the Multi Platinum Nashville Demo Production Vol. 1!
A multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter on Guitar, Piano, Drums, Bass, Organ, Violin, Saxaphone and Vocals, Dean is one of the most versatile music creators working today. In addition to tracking and mixing demos and masters for a range of Nashville artists, he has produced 7 full length records of his own songs in genres as diverse as rock, pop, classical and hip hop. His ability to capture the essence of a song and portray it through the production give his recordings a sincere touch.
Dean works hard to understand what an artist is trying to achieve with a project and provides the music to perfectly support and capture the emotion, feel, and sound best suited for the project. Whether it’s an intimate piano ballad, a mellow alternative track, or a high-energy dance pop tune, Dean has the tools to bring it to life.
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