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GE RMON C ON SUL TAN TS INC., DUD LEY PR ODU CT IONS
GC I dP | P.O. B OX 7742 | W I LMI N GT ON , DE 19803 PHO NE : 267. 243. 8842 | FAX : 480. 287. 9419 www.gci dp.com
dP STUDIO PAMPHLET AND INFORMATION
Thank you for choosing GCI dP for your project. Our mission is to provide you services that will yield results. We strive to make your projects come to life, stand out and grab your listeners attention. Your message will be felt as well as heard. This document is intended to inform each client of our standards procedures for session work.
1.1 PRE-SESSION MEETINGS 1.2 SESSION PREPARATION 1.3 HOUSE RULES 1.4 GUESTS 1.5 PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITIES 1.6 ENGINEER RESPONSIBILITIES 1.7 CONFIDENTIALITY 1.8 QUALITY ASSURANCE 1.9 SESSION WRAP-UP 1.10 EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES LIST 1.11 PRICE LIST 1.12 SERVICES
1.1 PRE-SESSION MEETINGS
A pre-session meeting is either a face-to-face meeting with new clients and existing clients or a phone meeting to discuss the tangible and intangible details of each project. For New Artists Obtain clear and distinct vision and direction for the project session. Discuss past studio experiences in order to avoid past challenges and maintain successes. Discover the musical strengths and weaknesses of the artist. Discover the artists creative process. Define a road map for the project from conception to delivery, session by session. List the agenda details for each session so that time is maximized and not wasted.
For Existing Artists Obtain clear and distinct vision and direction for the project session. Define a road map for the project from conception to delivery, session by session. List the agenda details for each session so that time is maximized and not wasted.
1.2 SESSION PREPARATION
Preparation is essential to having a smooth session and maximizing the time you are investing into your project. Here are some tips for session efficiency. Show up to your session(s) on time. Arrive 30 minutes before the session starts to load music into computer, pray, get comfortable, or whatever else you would like to do before the session begins. Show up to the session well rested. Know the songs you are going to record and in what order. Make sure your CD is working before you arrive. If possible have all music on one CD with the music in correct order. Memorize Lyrics. Have Written Lyrics (for the producer and for reference). Make sure youve rehearsed the material. Know your parts cold. Dress in comfortable and quiet clothes. Clothes that make noise every time you move can lead to a very frustrating experience when in front of a microphone. If possible bring a commercial CD with the sounds you are looking for. Have the arrangement of each song figured out. Know what instruments will play & what they will play. Have an idea of what keyboard/synth sounds you want to use. Consider having the producer already lay a basic drum track. If musicians are bringing instruments make sure they are in tip-top shape (e.g. strings, keys, quiet solid connections etc.). Food is allowed in the studio so feel free to bring snacks, but be aware that some foods and beverages can affect your voice and energy. Book extra time. Most people perform better when they're not racing against the clock. To make your session less stressful schedule more time than you actually need, but be prepared to work on something else if the extra time is needed.
1.3 HOUSE RULES
These apply to everyone in the studio during sessions. No smoking No drinking Alcoholic beverages No profanity Behave respectfully Hats must be removed
Due to limited space only three guests are allowed. Additional guests may be added at the engineers approval. Strongly encourage your guests to arrive on time. Guests must be supportive at all time. The producer has the right to dismiss the guest if a pattern of negative connotations arise. Moreover If the Client(s) or Guest(s) behave in a disorderly manner they will be asked to leave. If the Client(s) behaves disrespectfully he or she will be asked to leave and will still be responsible for paying for the session. The Client(s) is responsible for all damages made by their guest(s).
1.5 PRODUCER RESPONSIBLITIES
The producer is the director. All major decisions that impact the project from the musical side and the business side must be handled by the producer. The Producer is expected to: Oversee the creative direction of the project. Oversee the business aspects of the project. Function as an objective partner with the artist. Provide ongoing evaluation of the recorded performances. Handle all recorded material from first draft to final master. Bring out the best in the artist.
1.6 ENGINEER RESPONSIBLITIES
The Engineer is expected to: Have all outboard equipment setup properly prior to the clients arrival. This includes microphones, instruments and processing equipment. Operate equipment efficiently, taking as little time as possible to make adjustments and changes for the clients sake. Avoid distortion, inadequate noises and improper levels from affecting the recording(s). Provide resources (e.g. water etc.) to accommodate the artist(s).
* Please note the outcome of your session or song does not entirely depend on the engineer. In order to properly utilize your time in the studio please come prepared.
GCI dP believes in treating all of our Clients with equal respect no matter how well known they are. When you complete a project with GCI dP no one will hear it unless you release it. We may ask you for permission to use one of your projects as an example for new clients, or for promotion, but we will not allow anyone to hear your project without your written consent.
1.8 QUALITY ASSURANCE
* If we caused any of the problems listed below we will correct them free of charge, unless you originally told us you wanted it done in said manner. Distortion Unwanted Background noise (* Not caused by Client or Client's Guest) Clicks and Pops Any other noise caused by the Engineer, Employee of GCI dP, or the facility
* Additional fees will apply to all unwanted background noises made by Client(s) or Guest(s) that appears on the recording including but not limited to: Cell phones Keys Conversations Laughing etc.
1.9 SESSION WRAP-UP
The session wrap-up is the time spent after the session to bounce the session, create copies, transfer files, evaluate the session etc. Session wrap up will last a maximum of 20 minutes. There will be no editing, recording, mixing, or any fine tuning to the session during this period. * Note: If your session was done in Pro Tools and the time needed to bounce your session to disk exceeds ten minutes, you will have to dedicate time from your session in order to bounce to disk.
1.10 EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES LIST
Microphones AKG 200 Perception MXL 1006 BP Compressors/Pre Amps Presonus Tube Pre TC Electronic Konnekt 6 Alesis iO|2 Monitors/Headphones Alesis Monitor One MK2 Behringer Truth B2030P Audio-Technica ATH-T22 Koss UR40T Mixer(s) / Amplifiers Behringer UB1202 Mixer Behringer A500 Amplifier VST Plugins A variety of compressors, equalizers, reverbs, delays and more. Midi Controllers/Keyboards Ensoniq SQ-1 Plus Recording/Editing Software Cubase Studio 5 Protools LE 7.3 Sony Sound Forge Virtual Instruments FL Studio Reason Halion One Proteus VX Additional Supplies Legal Pads Copy Paper Ball Point Pens Bottled Water
1.11 PRICE LIST
Recording Mixing Mastering DVD Back-up Compact disks $20 per hr: (8hr = $160) $25 per hr: (8hr = $200) $25 per hr: (8 hr = $200.00) $10 $5 per CD (For Additional CDs) REFERRAL BONUS: For every client you refer that purchase three or more hours you receive one hour discounted from your next session.
Block Rates: All block rates must be secured before your session (see payment terms).
Recording * Standard Daily rate is $140. This is for an 8 hour day session. Day sessions are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Mixing 5 hrs $90
* Standard Daily rate is $175. This is for an 8 hour day session. Day sessions are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. 5 hrs $115
Cash, Debit or Credit Cards accepted. Business checks are accepted. No personal checks allowed.
* If your payment medium is a Credit Card or Debit Card, a 1.00 charge will be applied to your card for verification. That dollar will be deducted from your session (Hourly or Blocked). * 50% of all blocked rate sessions must be secured with credit or debit cards 72 hours before your session. * Cancellations will be allowed within 48 hours of your session, However there will be a 1 hour cancellation fee.
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