Our newest Song, "Where Your Love Flows Down" is coming along. Once this song is done, we will be heading down to Nashville to get some more awesome keyboard tracks on this song as well as "Breath of God" and "Inside". Slowly we are reaching the end but SLOWLY seems to be the word. We still need to have it mixed and then mastered.
Pray for us.. we will be praying for you.
Be abundantly blessed
Last Updated (Friday, 16 July 2010 19:24)
As most of you know, a few things have been going on down in Nashville. Our time there was brief and pretty isolated to the studio, but we have really grown fond of the people we are working with there. Our Engineer, Greg, has a new baby girl. She was born about a week after we left. Paul, our producer, has been coping with the flood. He and his wife are ok, but they are going to have repairs and cleanup to do on there home. Needless to say, An Audience of One is more concerned about their well being and needs than our CD project. That's not to say it is at a stand still though.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 05 May 2010 20:43)
Some of you may be following us on Facebook and know that An Audience of One has just returned from a trip to Nashville to record a full length CD. The CD tentatively titled The Solid Rock was Reocorded at
Last Updated (Friday, 30 April 2010 17:00)
Feb 2, 2009
This weekend saw the completion of the guitar tracks editing and a few tweaks to the drum track. We are attempting to make a special debut guest performance of or friend and Master Popper, Brian, let me hear ya holla, Gilbert.
Last Updated (Monday, 12 April 2010 20:16)
Jan 29, 2009
Last night I (Fay) spent another hour and a half recording more guitar tracks. Sometimes in the recording process, we have ideas that we start only to realize after you build them out, that they weren’t so good after all. Some times to get a more detailed sound or to accent sounds in rhythm guitar tracks we lay down other guitar tracks.
Last Updated (Thursday, 29 January 2009 04:36)
Jan 19, 2009
After rebuilding our recording computer, we were finally able to resume some recording work. The next step is to start recording guitar tracks. Fay worked for a few hours recording 2.5 guitar tracks. though this seems like a lot of time to record 2 and a half tracks of a 4 minute song, it is normal for him.
Last Updated (Thursday, 29 January 2009 04:02)
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