Need someone for (PAID) remote recording work - HELP

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by RickRyan.com, Apr 11, 2006.

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    RickRyan.com Guest

    I'm finally getting some action on the Online Recording section of my
    musician referral list. Yeehaw! Had 2 more songs posted this weekend (3
    currently open with no submissions). To my surprise though, none of the
    musicians have posted their overdub tracks.

    Just giving you guys fair notice that there's paid recording work to be
    had on my site, if you're interested in doing recording work for pay.
    Or is that "selling out"?

    www.TheReferralList.com
    Goto the "Recording>Musician Area"
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 11, 2006
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  2. Aren't you from Dallas ??

    Why would I turn down a phone call ??


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    David Morgan (MAMS)
    http://www.m-a-m-s DOT com
    Morgan Audio Media Service
    Dallas, Texas (214) 662-9901
    _______________________________________
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    David Morgan \(MAMS\), Apr 11, 2006
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    Malachi Guest

    Actually, he's in Nashville. I've met him, he's a decent guy with a clever
    idea.

    malachi

    http://www.soundclick.com/johntrentes
     
    Malachi, Apr 11, 2006
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    Joe Williams Guest

    Would this work for someone based in the UK? ie can I still sign up and get
    paid for my work, or is it only for the US?

    Joe
     
    Joe Williams, Apr 11, 2006
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    Malachi Guest

    Not to speak for the proprietor, with whom I am not affiliated except for
    being acquainted with him, I don't see why not.

    You should ask him yourself at http://www.rickryan.com

    malachi
     
    Malachi, Apr 11, 2006
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    RickRyan.com Guest

    Would this work for someone based in the UK? ie can I still sign up and get
    Joe, this thing started out as a "Nashville only" project, but it's
    quickly growing into international. I don't care where you are. Already
    have folks signed up from UK, Italy, France, Canada, Japan, etc. Sign
    up and upload some songs you need overdubs on.........or take a shot at
    doing some dubs if you're the musician-type.

    Let me know if there's anything I can do to assist.

    http://www.TheReferralList.com

    Hey Malachi, feel free to speak for me, anytime. Thanks for the props,
    bud.
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 11, 2006
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    Malachi Guest

    No problem. I'm really intrigued by your idea. I think it could grow into
    something big.

    I plan to participate and soon.

    malachi
     
    Malachi, Apr 11, 2006
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    Carey Carlan Guest

    So where does the remote recording come into it? The "home" guy posts his
    tracks and the "away" guy posts his additions. Where does a pure recorder
    fit in?
     
    Carey Carlan, Apr 12, 2006
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    cliff Guest

    So how does this work? One guy is looking for bass, drums, keys and
    acoustic. Are we being asked to provide all those tracks in one
    package or would I upload tracks individually with a price on each
    track? Is there any way to communicate with the composer to get a
    better feel for the type of recording needed? (such as mono compatible
    or wide stereo, multiple tracks for drums, type of sound, reverb or
    not, that sort of thing.)
     
    cliff, Apr 13, 2006
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    Joe Williams Guest

    OK so I signed up, and when I took a look at the recording projects asking
    for submissions, I see:

    "Payment will be sent to you (U.S. only) in the form of a check via USPS
    within 2-3 weeks....Please note, we do not offer any other forms of payment
    at this time."

    So how would I get paid in the UK?

    Joe
     
    Joe Williams, Apr 14, 2006
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    RickRyan.com Guest

    So how would I get paid in the UK?

    For now, the same way. Might make some exception to do paypal for our
    international guys.
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 16, 2006
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    RickRyan.com Guest

    Where does a pure recorder fit in?

    What do you mean, "pure recorder". If you're looking to have the
    internet be a live, virtual recording session, then no, that's not it.
    I offer a platform and find the clients and use the web for offline
    collaboration. It can be done, one-on-one but my system offers a
    songwriter/artist/producer multiple tracks to choose from.
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 16, 2006
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    Joe Williams Guest

    PayPal would be a much better way of doing it I think. Depending on amounts
    you can lose a lot to the bank when paying in overseas cheques.
     
    Joe Williams, Apr 17, 2006
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    RickRyan.com Guest

    Thanks Joe, I'll keep that in mind.
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 17, 2006
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    Scott Dorsey Guest

    He means an outfit that just does recording.

    You call me up, for instance, and I drive down to your concert in the
    truck, pull up some cables, and I record. I don't play anything, I am
    a recording service.
    --scott
     
    Scott Dorsey, Apr 17, 2006
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    RickRyan.com Guest

    He means an outfit that just does recording.

    Thanks Scott. Sorry to be so dense. In this scenario, a "pure recorder"
    is cut out of the loop. I'm dealing with clients that have their own
    DAW and doing their own projects but want accessibility to better
    quality musicians. Given that the clients weren't using "pure
    recorders" to begin with, I don't think there should be much of a beef
    here.
     
    RickRyan.com, Apr 17, 2006
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    Carey Carlan Guest

    Thanks Rick.

    That was evident in everything you said and everything on your website.

    Everywhere, in fact, except the name of the thread.
     
    Carey Carlan, Apr 17, 2006
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