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Bruce Bartlett

A member of the Audio Engineering Society and Syn Aud Con, Bruce Bartlett is a recording engineer (, microphone engineer (, live sound mixer, audio consultant, and audio...

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eVe Buigues

eVe Buigues has taught over a thousand students in Boston, Los Angeles and London. A former Los Angeles resident, she is also known for her singing work on various American TV series (Jag, Andy Richter Controls The Universe),...

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Richard Gilewitz

For over three decades fingerstyle guitarist Richard Gilewitz has charmed audiences with road tales and right-hand wizardry, creating a sparkle of mood mastery and wonderment during each performance.  Recognized world wide...

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Shaun DeGraff

Shaun DeGraff is a Vegas native who made singing, songwriting, beatboxing and musicmaking his lifework. After receiving his first piano at age 13, Shaun immediately fell in love with the freedom of thought and expression that...

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Michael Aaron

When I was a kid, I used to draw spaceships engaged in dogfights over the heads of my family in the photo albums. Then I would build model kits and close one eye (the open one being the lens), and fly them past me in movie-like...

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Lis Lewis

Lis Lewis is a voice teacher and performance coach in Los Angeles, CA. She has been training recording artists for over 30 years. For more about her private voice lessons, click here. Her web site, The Singers Workshop, provides...

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Jake Kelly

Jake Kelly plays guitar for the retro/kitsch country band the Podunk Poets that currently is making a splash in the Los Angeles area.  Never one to sit idle for long, Jake also records and releases albums of his own...

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Andrea Bensmiller

Andrea Bensmiller detests writing bios and talking about herself. Almost as much as she detests daytime soap operas, fake people, and the American idiosyncratic use of “supposably” in place of “supposedly.” (View Andrea...

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Robert Lindquist

For Robert, music and sound has been a life-long obsession. During the 1960s, if he wasn’t in his basement soldering together a make shift sound system, he was bumming a ride to get his gear to local sock hop, or hanging...

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    The first, and according to Los Angeles Magazine, still the best free outdoor concert series in downtown L.A., Grand Performances has delivered high-quality music, dance, theater, and other performing arts for more than 30 years. Residents and visitors to the City of Angels alike bring their families to the gorgeous California Plaza on South Grand […]
  • Gig Performer Lets Michael Whittaker Go Big
    If you think the only music that comes out of Nashville is country, you should know about Michael Whittaker. After years spent in Los Angeles playing keyboards on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, orchestrating for artists like Lionel Richie, and working on over 300 TV shows as a staff composer for Fox Television, Whittaker packed his keyboards […]
  • Outline Tagged For 1000-Person Band Gig
    Foo Fighters fan Fabio Zaffagnini gathered 1,000 musicians to record a video appeal to the band to come and play in his home town of Cesena (Italy), in which “Rockin’1000” sang the US band’s “Learn to Fly” in a local park. The video went viral and FF front man Dave Grohl replied, accepting the invitation. […]
  • Alcons Delivers The Beast Sound For Trondheim Rocks
    This season saw the debut of a new Norwegian hard rock festival, Trondheim Rocks, headlined by Iron Maiden and Volbeat. Over the past few years Alcons Audio pro-ribbon systems have proved themselves more than capable of handling the high SPLs demanded at European dance music festivals and, at Trondheim Rocks, an LR28 system showed that […]
  • Propellerhead Releases Free Reason 10.2 Update
    Propellerhead Software today released Reason 10.2, the newest update to the award-winning Reason music production software. Reason 10.2 is a free update for Reason 10 owners that introduces new features like Multi Lane Editing for MIDI, adaptive snap to grid mode, improved navigation controls and more for a faster, more streamlined flow. “Reason 10.2 represents […]