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OKG Newsletter


Topic: recording

From your home to hers

Brianna Gaither’s doing a living-room show, and you’re invited.

One of the common complaints I always hear after shows is that it just didn’t seem intimate. Well, sorry dude, maybe you shouldn’t have gone to see, like, Dave Matthews or whatever.

Twenty-something Edmond folk-pop singer Brianna Gaither, on the other hand, is opening her doors to you for a living-room session recording Sunday night, which sounds to me about as intimate as it gets for local music. You might recall her excellent 2011 album, “Love Is Patient,” which I guarantee you she’ll be playing selections from. Don’t miss this!

Buy your tickets at Ticketstorm for $10, or for $15 at the door. If there are any left, that is. More info is at her Facebook page.



 
by Matt Carney 02.16.2012 2 years ago
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One for the books

The corporate culture of Mustang-based Tate Publishing is questioned after an audio file of internal hostility goes viral.


News

Clifton Adcock
When Tate Publishing CEO Ryan Tate walked into the staff meeting on May 31, he had no idea the words he was about to say soon would be posted online for all to hear.
 
Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Chamber of secrets


CFN

Gazette staff
There must be something about September that makes people want to release secret recordings.
 
Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Word of mouth

The Oral History Association comes to Oklahoma to help preserve the past and guide the future.


Features

Louis Fowler
Hidden Stories, Contested Truths: The Craft of Oral History
Skirvin Hilton
1 Park Ave.
Wednesday-Sunday
oralhistory.org/annual-meeting
272-3040
Free-$165

 
Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Hooked on stereophonics

The ever-ambitious girls of Skating Polly joined forces with Norman-based studio Hook Echo Sound to learn the nuts and bolts of the recording process.


Music

Kevin Pickard
Chris Harris has been recording and producing music for over 15 years. The Depth & Current frontman started a commercial studio in his house in 1999, but by 2008, it was time for a change of venue.
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
 
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