Sometimes it’s nice to remember why we do what we do and get back to the roots of why we got involved in the music industry,
On a crisp Friday evening, as London finally let’s go of a long hot summer and gives in to the incoming winter weather, mixingAudioPros sponsored a live music showcase run by Be On The Scene (www.beonthescene.com) in one of London’s most famous and exclusive venues; The Kensington Roof Gardens.
Be On The Scene and mixingAudioPros came together through a mutual interest in developing artists and putting talented people together to get the best out of each other.
Here at mixingAudioPros we listen to what our clients need and make sure we find the best engineer to work on their music. The best audio engineer isn’t always the most expensive, high profile audio engineer, sometimes it’s the lesser known guy who has a certain something the client is looking for, maybe a distinctive sound or an individual personality or way of working.
Be On The Scene have the same approach in helping artists develop and promote their work. That’s why we though it would be a good idea to partner up and help more artists find studio talent previously thought to be out of reach.
Four acts played on the night, a mix of singer songwriters, Will Sid Smith and Tom Lukas, Jazz Standards from The Louise Ellen Quartet and finally neo-rock and soul from Valve Control.
All the artists played great sets suitable for such an occasion and venue and received a great response from the sell out crowd.
So, a great night was had by all at an absolutely stunning venue, the bands played, the crowd cheered and the drinks flowed.