The Los Angeles to Atlanta Music Connection
Introducing Treble Girl Studios of Atlanta, GA, owned and operated by the magnificent singer, songwriter and music producer known as Karma the Artist.
Although Karma still has strong ties and connections with the music production studios she's previously managed in the Los Angeles, CA area, she now calls the ATL home. So, this is where the songstress decided to launch her new music studio dedicated to creating an entire women's movement behind the treble and the bass.
Critical Issues Related to Women in Sound
When it comes to the world of sound, media and music, less than 5% of the creatives publishing these digital pieces are women. Yes, only 5% are ladies who contribute to the soundtracks of our lives. As a lady of music, Karma wants to break barriers to help more women contribute to this male-dominated market known as the music industry.
This small percentage doesn't just represent the women behind the microphones and instruments. It includes the music makers behind the scenes too. Since 2000, the US has seen a 70% decline in girls and women enrolling in STEM college programs. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math, which, in the music business, includes the people behind:
- Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs)
- Music Production
- Recording Arts
- Mixing Techniques
- Audio Theories
- Audio Applications
- Location Sound
- Sound for Visual Media
- Podcast Recording
- Mixing & Mastering
That means that there are less than 5% women in the music business who contribute to creating new sounds both as artists and as music producers. Karma the Artist is one of the chosen few breaking barriers in multiple niches of this industry. She's dedicated to helping other women and girls fulfill their musical dreams!
By using her own voice and STEM skills, Karma is quickly becoming an innovator of tomorrow. The LA-native hopes to attract more females to her Atlanta-based Treble Girl music studio, so they can amplify their own voices on tracks. She hopes to work with singers, musicians, songwriters, producers and other musical creatives who want to make sound to, for and about women.
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What Production Services Do You Need?
Producer VS Engineer
Which One Do You Need?
What’s the difference between an engineer and a producer? People ask this question a lot. Although they both perform their creative talents in the music studio, their roles have traditionally been slightly different and separate in the past:
Producers of the Past - These creative professionals ran the show, acting much like directors of the productions. They put their focus on fleshing out the song and creating arrangements.
Engineers of the Past - These musical creatives were responsible for making tracks sound good. They brought the waves and vibrations together through technical recording and mixing for a completed piece.
If you just want someone to record your ideas, hire an engineer to get the job done. But if you want someone to provide creative tips and tricks to help you produce the best sound possible, hire a versatile producer with an array of skills.
Recording VS Mixing
Which One Is Most Important?
These days, anyone can record a song just about anywhere using high-tech software programs, including at home. As long as your home-studio is in a private room with the instruments set-up properly, your awesome performance could turn out amazing.
However, this technique only works if all of your controllable music components are high quality and recorded with style. This includes your arrangement, gear, and of course, your performance. If not, even the best mixer in Atlanta can’t help you release a great hit.
That’s why paying for studio time in 2019 is about much more than using that time for simply recording a track. You can bring your home-studio recorded song to Treble Girl solely to have it professionally mixed.
Even if you choose to self-record your own music in your small home studio, a professional can help you experiment with the ways you record. You need to work with a woman with skills that surpass your current technical abilities in the studio.