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News : Goss Community Choir
GossCommunityChoir writes"POP CHOIR NEEDS MORE VOICES
Ok, so when you hear the word choir, you might be thinking a church
group, or a classical choir, or maybe something you may have tried out
for in school..
Before you hit the Back button... we invite
you to read on as we think we might change your mind... gOSs Community
choir is not your average choir.
Kings of Leon, Goyte,
Roy Orbison, Lady Gaga, Toto, Katy Perry, Michael Jackson, Metallica,
Alice Cooper, Bruno Mars, Mariah Carey, Eric Clapton, Queen, Beatles ...
yep these are just some of the artists we've not just covered, but put
our own flavour to.. If we've got your attention now please feel free
to read on...
- There is NO AUDITION process
- You don't
need to read music or have any singing experience. You'll be in a group
of friendly people who'll be happy to help if you get stuck.
- If you're looking for a fun and friendly group to socialise with, you'll definitely fit in here.
- If you're aged anywhere between 16 and 600 years old then you qualify to join.
- If you fancy a nice tea break in between courtesy of gOSs, we got it covered.
- Finally ..... all this costs a whopping $5 per session... No, that's not a mis-print! ONLY FIVE DOLLARS a session.
Also, you'll get some great opportunities to perform. This choir is really making a name for itself in Melbourne. We've opened the National Festival of Choirs Grand Finale Concert alongside Jonathon Welch, and sung at several reputable locations including the beautiful Werribee Mansion.
If this all sounds good to you, we invite to take your voice out of the shower, and bring it along to one of our rehearsals.
For more information on gOSs Community Choir, check out our website or contact us at email@example.com"
News : Rangemaster recording studio's new website and special deals
http://www.rangemaster.com.auRangemaster is a renowned Recording Studio in Melbourne’s east, built within a massive Mud Brick and recycled timber Church. Established in 1992, it embraces the sensibilities of Classic recording techniques and combines them with modern State of the Art technology. It is owned and operated by veteran Producer and Musician David Carr who brings 25 years experience to every project.Airplay release productions are our specialty so please check out our audio samples. We are sure you will agree: the results speak for themselves.Big Scary, Antiskeptic, Taxiride, Kiss Chasey, Skipping Girl Vinegar, Christine Anu, Russell Morris, Black Devil Yard Boss, Tommy Rando, Jason Singh, Angela's Dish, Sadhana, Cilla Jane, , Naked Raven, Forgiven Rival, Airway Lanes, Wishful Thinking and many, many more."
News : Renown Producer David Carr is now taking bookings for June 2012
david_carr_producer writes" "An impressive sound" -Sylvia Massey
"David Carr is a like a secret you whisper to your friends. A musician's musician, he plays like an angel, engineers like the devil, and lifts to the sky any song he graces with his touch".
A talented multi-instrumentalist in his own right, David Carr's mission as a Record Producer is to make every Production hold it's own, both artistically and sonically, against the world's stage and all within an Australian budget.
He brings 25 years of experience and the benefit of having learnt his craft whilst under guidance of experienced producers and engineers- and all of this was paid for by the long gone era of 80's and 90's record company excess.
David has received much praise by way of comparison. He has been called both Australia's Butch Vig and Rick Rubin (the latter for the fact David can be recording a 'roots' outfit one week and Death Metal the next). Contemporaries see parallels to the work of Steve Albini, Brendan O'Brien and Andy Wallace.
Because of these associations it is common for music industry Captains to make many assumptions about David's production sound; that perhaps his mixes were done by Americans, that his studio is all analog tape based or that he mixes on an SSL console. When quizzed about the gear he uses David is quick to point out that what really matters is the creative talents of the engineer. Tools, both new and vintage cannot create sounds and this is why Mr Carr gets the same world class sound regardless of the Studio he is using, tools, location or budget.
Peter Mazlin, A&R at Gotham records suggests David is one hit away from a massive commercial career but despite Peter's observation, David Carr's continuing allegiance to independent Artists is testament to his belief in Producing 'honest' music and the rejection of the "cookie cutter" ethos.
Some recording highlights:
David's 1st production effort equips artist Paul Colman for a Grammy Nomination.
David works with Linoleum alongside producer Simon Austin from Frente who then signs a deal with Polydor Australia.
David acquires a studio business and begins Rangemaster, an analog and digital recording and Production workshop in Melbourne's East.
David discovers and develops Girl Friday who sign a major deal with Standard/Mushroom
David produces Antiskeptic's memoirs Album and the single Called becomes a JJJ Hottest 100 inclusion at number 11
David produces Skipping Girl Vinegar's 1st and 2nd releases (as Mayfly)
They sign to Toupee and receive high rotation airplay.
David is reunited with Paul Colman to engineer his 2nd US release 'One' in Nashville.
He develops and produces Paperadio who move for a signing in the UK.
David does a national tour as guitarist with Melbourne Icon Deborah Conway.
David produces Kiss Chasy's 'Dark side' EP which receives mainstream airplay and catapults the Band to National success. They sign to John Watson's group.
David produces Antiskeptic's Aurora and the singles Clear to Pass and Nothing to say gain high rotation JJJ play.
He mixes Angela's dish 'Lie Die' release and they sign to a major.
David is recruited by Taxiride to co-produce their 3rd Album Axiomatic which delivers the hit 'Oh Yeah'.
David records and mixes Forgiven Rival's 1st EP which lands them a deal with El Shaddai Records
David records ANIM8's debut instrumental album which is praised by the musical community for it's originality and unique production style.
Guy Sebastian used David for the Electric guitars on the Elevator Love hit single.
David scores endorsement deals with Flaxwood guitars and CarrAmplifiers
David produces and records Bring on the Junta's brutal 1st release and they are snapped up by the Netherlands label Undertow.
The Sticks employ David to Mix (read rescue) their EP and they become Kitchen knife Wife.
Big Scary record their debut EP and critically acclaimed follow up with David Carr and they hit the festival circuit,
Team Trick Management chooses David Carr to produce and record band John Citizen with the beautiful and talented Eva Pattison. They receive overwhelming Triple J support
David Carr develops and produces releases for Sadhana, Carolyn Oates, Cilla-Jane and Ebony Manusama.
David Carr discovers and develops Melbourne artists Ben Abraham who records a 3 track EP. It results in a management bidding war with industry heavy weights climbing over each other to secure this upcoming artist and his product.
David Carr produces record number 2 for Tim Harris who is subsequently short listed for Grey's Anatomy.
In 2012 look out for:
Kitchen Knife Wife
The Steve Turner Project
South Side Rebel "
News : The Empire
The boys from Dead Lovers Lane are placing their material into archive
files and relaunching themselves and their superior sound under the new
name - Empire.
After the replacement of two members, the Melbourne
based metal band made the decision that a complete overhaul of their
original material was needed and returned to the studio for three solid
With their bigger and more brutal sound ...now
perfected, the relaunch as Empire is in line with the release of the
first EP ‘Secrets’, which is so close to completion we can smell the ink
on the album cover drying.
In addition to the ex-Dead Lover Lane
crew, Nick Dinneen (lead vocals/screams), Josh Devine (rhythm) and
Oresti Salter (on the drums) resuming their original positions. Empire
would like to introduce their newest editions; Kota Nakamura (lead
guitar) and Luke Baird (bass).
Fans should be expecting the same
melodic chorus’s strategically weaved in between poignant screams and
intoxicating riffs, on a more superior level.
Empire played their
first gig together on Friday the 13th January 2012 at Yah Yahs in
Collingwood to a full house of torso thrusting fans.