Thanks again to the Delaplaine Foundation for their continued support of Global Z. Funds received will be directly applied toward our exciting Frederick Circle of Musical Unity Project!
Part three of our mini-series explores several cases of famous bands that dissolved as a result of musicians pursuing solo careers. It also pays tribute to a band that stayed together despite going through incredibly trying circumstances. For ‘Mic Talk Time,’ we give a listen to the legendary Shure SM57 dynamic microphone.
The Global Z Recording Project is proud to welcome Serge Orloff to our Board of Directors, as Director of Marketing and Social Media. Serge brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to Global Z. He is a musician, an expert of Audiomover’s virtual recording technology solutions including Listento and Omnibus, and has extensive experience working and leading in the fields of marketing and social media. Welcome, Serge! We are glad and fortunate to have you as part of our team!
Episode 29 – Go Your Own Way: Why Bands Break Up (Part Two) of ‘From A To Global Z‘ explores why musicians elect to leave a band. Equipped with these 19 reasons, this knowledge may be beneficial to any musician in calculating when it is time to move on to greener band pastures, or, it can be used in deciding who to partner with while forming or joining in a new musical adventure! For ‘Mic Talk Time,’ we give a listen to Warm Audio’s WA-47jr.
Our thanks are extended to the Ausherman Family Foundation, for providing Global Z with a grant that will be directly applied toward the Frederick Circle of Musical Unity project. This grant brings us one sizable step closer toward securing the funds necessary to successfully meet all of the goals of this incredibly exciting project!
Many thanks to Frederick County for providing us with an ARPA Nonprofit Community Health and Recovery Grant. These funds will be applied to daily operations and allow us to replace an 8-year old computer that is on it’s last circuits! We are working on finalizing agreements on an extremely cool project in the works designed to specifically serve the student musicians of Frederick County. Stand by, there is some really exciting stuff on the horizon!