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Recording Seminar, November 28th

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Randy’s Recording and MSG are pleased to offer a recording seminar for the performing MSG songwriter. If you’ve always wanted to record in a studio or need to update your press packet with a new recording, this is designed for you!

Each songwriter will record a basic demo (guitar/piano and voice) and the steps in the recording process will be explained along the way. Then the group will evaluate the demos for recordability and Randy will choose one to produce at the studio.

Every songwriter will go home with his or her recording, plus a compilation of the other demos done that day. This is the second time Randy’s and MSG have teamed up to offer this event, and the participants at the first session were very enthusiastic about the results.

Specs:
Cost is $35 for MSG members, with room for 12 people
Starting time is 1:00 p.m. on Nov. 28th
Randy’s Recording and Production is located at:
4770 Gaston Cir., Rt 2
Cottage Grove, WI, 53527
(608) 839-4154

Song Critique, November 18th

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Our next Song Critique is Wednesday, November 18th at at 7:00 p.m. at Noodles Restaurant, 3600 University Ave. If you have a song to share, please bring 10-12 lyric sheets to pass and a recording or be prepared to perform live. Support the venue by coming early and ordering dinner! Cost is free for MSG members or $5 for non-members.

The critique happens on the third Wednesday of each month (minus December). Check out the Events section for more information.

Songwriters in the Round, November 6th

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Wild Hog in the Woods Coffeehouse is hosting a special edition of SIR this month at 8pm on Friday, November 6th. They are located at 953 Jenifer St. in Madison. Performers will include: Andrea Potts, an intense and rhythmic South Dakota transplant; Julia McConahay, a songwriter who played fiddle in Mark Croft’s band; a very prolific John Crossman; and Stephen Lee Rich, our friendly neighborhood yodeling cowboy.

More information about this famous local folk venue, including directions and a calendar, can be found by clicking here: http://www.wildhoginthewoods.org/