Daniel Youngs Grant for Arts project

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In Music
  • Work in kind

    Studio lights / camera hire
    Marketing, press release from Karen Irvine
    Studio Mastering Sessions
  • Period: to

    Project span

  • Book studio sessions

    Stage 1 is booking the studio. Once funding is in place, a session booking schedule will be completed in a dedicated project diary.
  • Stage 2 recording the backing tracks.

    Stage 2 is recording the backing tracks. This stage will take 4 weeks to complete at a rate of 3 sessions per week and 6 hours per session. A session drummer will record and then be processed by Drumagog (software with sampled drums) after several takes, the drums will be edited and then the bass guitar will be recorded via a session bass player. A session player will then record keyboards. Then a rough mix will be made.
  • Monthly Evaluation Assessment

    Monthly Evaluation Assessment Check and reflect on following:
    Budget
    Invoices
    Accounts
    Equipment
    Schedule
  • Pay session players

    Session drums fee (Steve Parish)
    Session Keyboards fee (Robin Young)
    Session Bass fee (Daniel Bonas)
  • Detailed lead guitar guide track

    Daniel will then spend 1 week at 2 sessions – 6 hours per session creating a detailed guide track for each song on guitar, which will be used as a template for the live guitars.
  • Monthly Evaluation Assessment

    Monthly Evaluation Assessment Check and reflect on following:
    Budget
    Invoices
    Accounts
    Equipment
    Schedule
  • Live lead guitar tracking

    Stage 3 will take 4 weeks at 3 sessions per week at 6 hours per session. Set up and tracking of the live guitar rig, lighting rig, camera and P.A. A sound check will be completed before mic placement. Rough takes will be made to ensure no clipping occurs and gain stages are optimal. Each song is recorded one by one. Audio commentary is then recorded for each track.
  • Monthly Evaluation Assessment

    Check and reflect on following:
    Budget
    Invoices
    Accounts
    Equipment
    Schedule
  • following Live lead guitar tracking

    Stage 3 will take another 4 weeks at 3 sessions per week at 6 hours per session. Set up and tracking of the live guitar rig, lighting rig, camera and P.A. A sound check will be completed before mic placement. Rough takes will be made to ensure no clipping occurs and gain stages are optimal. Each song is recorded one by one. Audio commentary is then recorded for each track.
  • Monthly Evaluation Assessment

    Check and reflect on following:
    Budget
    Invoices
    Accounts
    Equipment
    Schedule
  • Editing and Mastering

    Stage 4 is editing processing and mastering. This will take 2 weeks at 2 sessions per week at 6 hours per session.
  • Marketing to Audience

    This is the marketing stage, which involves uploading the material onto Youtube and posting threads on the community hubs thout February and March. The story in the Guardian will be timed for release on or around the time of the other media releases (to be anounced).
  • Monthly Evaluation Assessment

    Check and reflect on following:
    Budget
    Invoices
    Accounts
    Equipment
    Schedule
  • Synchronisation of the audio and video

    Stage 5 is synchronisation of the audio and video and finalisation of the production. This will take 1 week at 3 sessions, 6 hours per session.
    Stage 6 will be the marketing stage, which involves uploading the material onto Youtube and posting threads on the community hubs. The story in the Guardian will be timed for release on or around the time of the other media releases. Stage 7 will involve talking to a local Aspergers support group (Parents Talking Aspergers)
  • Aspergers support group

    Aspergers support group talk and demonstration. Gather marketing information and standardised feedback forms.
  • Final Evaluation Assessment

    Gather all Evaluation notes and write a summery detailing convergence and divergence in relation to the projects goals. Explain how the project could have been improved and how any future projects may benefit from the notes, feedback forms and the marketing information gathered.