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Embracing the uniqueness of a mobile recording studio

Music is indeed medicine to the soul. It has some really soothing effect when you listen to it. This is especially true when you listen to it in the sweetness of the silence. It’s another story when you are the one in the recording studio. This calls for perseverance as well as the highest level of patience. When we hear music, it’s always good to consider that so much is put in for it to be a success. A melodious tune is not just conjured up somewhere in the middle of the night.

The forces involved

There is so much input needed for music to reach the melodious level. There is the financial input as well as the emotional and mental input. One has to be so keen on all the factors involved. Making music is a force to be reckoned with. This is for all who have come to understand every step of the way.

Let’s not forget the production team. You can’t make music all by yourself. You have to involve external forces that have mastered the art of music production. From recording all the way to the moment, it leaves the studio as a final product. The steps are just not to joke around with.

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The recording bit of it

This is where most budding musicians find the biggest problems. However talented they may appear to be, recording involves always being on your toes. It also requires the artist to be willing to stand to be corrected. The end result will surprise all the teams. The artist, the music producers and of course, the listeners. Finding a studio that will suit all your needs as a recording artist is the toughest part. Not to mention that all these items are being looked up to for a superb performance.

The studio

All the magic goes down inside the recording studio. This is where you are supposed to feel at home with everything. A good recording studio is the one that will facilitate your needs and projects as an upcoming artist.
The need for polished and efficient items are exactly what every artist needs to make their dreams come true. It doesn’t end there, in fact, it just begins. The vessels needed for quality sound production must be given a thorough check so as to deliver to perfection.

A mobile recording studio

jkdjd74This has to be the best invention yet. For those times you wake up feeling like you can’t make it to the studio, times have changed. The studio can come all the way to where you are. What an invention. A shining example is the Tulsa’s next level mobile recording studio. Artists could have asked for nothing more than just this.

A mobile recording studio has a lot to offer to anyone that dares try it. First, you don’t have to use gas to drive all the way to the recording studio. Instead, the mobile recording company you contact should be able to cater for all your needs including this one. Neatness is what we can refer to such a recording studio in one word. This is because it oozes exactly that to all its clients.…

How to get amazing tattoos

Tattoos express creativity, and it is an excellent way to show love to your body. There are some factors to be considered for you to get amazing tattoos. Read on for tips.

How to get tattoos

Be careful of the needles used on you

The type of needles used determines the quality of your tattoos. Your health is defined by the needles used as well. Check on the needles and make sure that they are brand new, no dirt or rust on them. For the best art use non-sketched and clean tools. Finding sterilized needles is easy. New needles can be sterilized using burning flames if you are operating on a budget. Re use or sharing needles encourage spread of diseases. Avoid the two at all cost.

An experienced professional

Just like any other field, you must use a qualified professional for good results. With tattoos, young professionals will push the needle too deep or poke too hard. Such leads to infections, swelling and skin damage. For a less painful experience search well for an experienced professional. If you decide to get a tattoo from a friend, they must have done it before. Do not act as a specimen.

Listen to your body

Tattoos involve introducing new materials in the body. The sharp materials may react with the body too. Swelling is a common issue with tattoos. Too much of everything is poisonous. If the body gets too much of the ink, it might start swelling. If you notice such, stop with immediate effect. If you continue, the body will get irritated, and the healing process takes longer. Take a break and come back when the swelling is cooled.

Caring for the art

Proper care must be taken for the tattoo to heal faster. Apply the recommended ointment and wrap it for some time. Not forgetting washing the area using an antibacterial soap. You might notice that some parts are developing infections. In such instances see the doctor before things get out of hand. If you follow the above steps, all will go well with your tattoo.

 

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Welcome to Community Arts Council of the Alberni Valley

April 7, 2009

DRAMA FESTIVAL
This May, Portal Players Dramatic Society is hosting the week long 2009 Theatre BC North Island Zone Drama Festival at the Capitol Theatre. The Festival opens with The Stillborn Lover presented by ECHO Players of Qualicum Beach on Mon. May 18 at 7:30 pm, followed by Kiss The Moon, Kiss The Sun by the Nanaimo Theatre Group on Tues. May 19. Each play will be given a brief public critique after their performance by festival adjudicator Kathryn Shaw. Tickets will be available soon at the Rollin Art Centre.
PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT
Rick Marotz’s exhibit West Coast, means storm, rain, mist and sometimes sunshine. He has tried to capture all of it. Rick has won many awards throughout the years. To name a few: 1976 Canadian Environment Competition Honourable Mention, 1982 Kodak International Newspaper Award, 1993 Brant Festival 1st and 2nd, and 2005 Oceanside Arts Festival Best of Show. West Coast is showing at the Rollin Art Centre Gallery, Tues. to Sat., 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Tues. Apr. 21st. Free admission to the Gallery! Wheelchair accessible.
ARTS AND CULTURE WEEK
Arts and Culture play an essential role in learning. Participating in arts programs and activities provides the discipline and creativity to enhance learning, improve motivation, renew community participation and provides a strong foundation for enriching your lives. Celebrate Arts and Culture week, Apr. 19-25 by attending an acrylic painting demonstration with Susan Schaefer at the Rollin Art Centre Gallery on Sat. Apr. 25, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The West Coast Spinners and Weavers Guild will also be demonstrating their skills.
LAST FILM THIS SERIES
When Adam was a little boy, he witnessed the murder of his secular parents in the Middle East. Ten years pass, and Adam is raised in a religious manner by his rabbi grandfather. One day, while on his way to a clarinet audition at a downtown Montreal university, Adam meets Yasmine, a feisty Lebanese student who recently moved to Montreal to live with her father. Her mother is still in Beirut, her beloved home, working as a journalist. Sparks fly between Adam and Yasmine, but their families are less than enthusiastic. Adam’s Wall plays at the Paramount Theatre, Wed. Apr. 15 at 7 p.m. only. Tickets $6 ea are available at the Rollin Art Centre and the museum. This is the final film in the Winter/Spring Film Fest Series.
BOOKS GALORE!

The Community Arts Council is looking for gently used books, for their annual fundraising book sale on May 9th at Echo Centre. Categories still needed include travel, sports, games, humour, art, music and dance. NO Readers Digest, Encyclopaedia, National Geographic or Text books, please. Bring your donation to the Rollin Art Centre, Tues. to Sat., 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., inside under the staircase. Raise-A-Reader will be hosting a concession for coffee and goodies for your enjoyment, starting at 10 a.m.
FESTIVAL OF CHOIRS
A night of uplifting and inspiring music from local church and community choirs and Phil’s Harmonics String Orchestra will be presented at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Fri. Apr. 17, 7 p.m. at their church on Compton Rd. This event is free and all are welcome. Refreshments will be served after the performance.
DAYS WITH THE ARTS
The Alberni Valley Museum will host the Sunshine Club quilters, Hannah Theus (Ukrainian Eggs), Joyce Little (Northwest Coat clothing design) and David Cox (wooden toys). Echo Centre-Craft Rooms A & B (behind building – Sat. only) will host the Sunshine Pottery Group. Mickey Smeele will show her pottery at her 8th Ave. home. Miriam Manuel Studio on Beale St. will have Miriam with her watercolours and oils, Marie Krog and Pat Lesieur with their watercolours and Barb Gaetz with her …