You Don’t Wanna Feed the Fire Anymore – Goldwash
Vocal Engineering by Ted Trembinski
Legacy is a group of 13-18 year-olds living in the Los Angeles area. It is directed and produced by Rob Dietz, a cappella arranger, director, and performer. I got to see the group perform at LAAF 2017 and knew I was in for a treat when Rob asked if I could hop on and help with their very first release.
I edited G Train. Mixing was done by Ed Boyer.
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Another year, another year at camp. 2016 seemed to be an even more musically lucrative than A Cappella Academy 2015. Not only do these tracks have solid arrangements from professionals from all over the country, but they have groove, dynamics, not to mention amazing soloists. I am always impressed and amazed what programs like this can pull together in just a few days.
I edited five of these tracks. Mixing by Ed Boyer.
The latest release from A Cappella Academy, an a cappella summer program out of Los Angeles, CA.
The concept of A Cappella Academy sounds like something out of a Disney TV movie. Two of the arrangers and one of the stars of a popular a cappella TV show form a camp for high school students. On top of that, they bring in all of their (good looking and talented) friends to sing, love, and learn. If you think that sounds nice, you need to take a listen to these tracks, because they sound amazing. Since moving to LA, more people use the A Cappella Academy showcase as a point of reference for a cappella than any other concert/event/show/video. Seriously – these kids are amazing.
I edited two of these tracks; Cowboy Take Me Away and Tori Medley. Mixing by Ed Boyer.