Posts Tagged:idle tuesdays

Adam Z. Nelson: Singer, Songwriter, and Musician

Who is Adam Nelson? Adam Nelson is an up and coming singer-songwriter from Washington. He has recently made the shift from shy chemistry major to professional recording artist. Shifting from the classroom to studios, sitting in interviews, and working on upcoming blockbuster projects–Nelson’s career is on the fast track. With his upcoming work for The…

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Adaptable Alyssa Lujan: Editor Extraordinaire

If there was one word that could describe Alyssa Lujan’s performance at Idle Tuesdays Recording Studio, it’d be this: adaptable. Admittedly, Alyssa was the only non-music major intern at first. She’s been a bit of an underdog from the very start. Then again, perhaps it’s her Business Administration background that prepared her to be able…

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Just Hit Record: Life Behind the Board

Going to school to learn how to record sounds (ha, pun) counter-intuitive. Music is such a “feely” subject. Most people can’t even fathom why learning theory and technical information is even worthwhile. After all, why talk about recording when you can just go out and do it, right? For me, I wouldn’t have had the…

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All the Answers: The Life of a Producer

As a pubescent teen in high school who had just fallen in love with music, I realized exactly what I wanted to be when I grew up: a producer! In my underdeveloped mind, I thought that meant getting to record and mix entire albums and get a phat paycheck at the end of the week.…

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A Hard Knock Life: Abandoned In The Studio

“It’s a hard knock life for us!” Admittedly, I don’t know what it’s like to be an orphan like Annie, but I can’t help but say that some days in the studio leave me feeling pretty abandoned. It’s not that I’m feeling abandoned by our studio manager or any of my fellow interns, but rather,…

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