Since 2014, I have traveled to over 11 different countries collaborating with music artists and creators along the way. From teaching beat-making in Ethiopia to my recent music collaborations in South Korea with artists Horim Shin, Echae Kang, and Yun B I’ve gathered 5 tips to help you master the art of curating cross-cultural music collaborations.
In Part I of this series, I touched on 5 tips that engineers and/or producers can implement to have great recording sessions.
As a follow-up, Part II will be dedicated to songwriters and recording artists. With years of experience recording in all sorts of studio scenarios (and also being the engineer myself at times), I have observed there are some key things that a recording artist and/or songwriter can do to master each recording session.
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