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Digital Lab Recording opens its doors to local students

Last weekend Digital Lab Recordings (DLR), a local recording studio that specializes in audio recording, editing, mixing, and mastering, opened its doors to more than two dozen students.

Digital Lab Recording opens its doors to  local students
April 11
00:30 2019

Last weekend Digital Lab Recordings (DLR), a local recording studio that specializes in audio recording, editing, mixing, and mastering, opened its doors to more than two dozen students from Jack and Jill of America Inc.

During the free workshop, held on Saturday, April 6, students learned the basics of the recording process and producing a track from scratch. The crash course on the enter workings were led by local music producers Bryant Billins and R.K. Harris. Billins and Harris also took the time to answer questions from the students and helped them create an entire song from beginning to end. Studio owner, Jermaine Rodman, said anytime he has the opportunity to teach young people about the music industry, he’s happy to do so.

“Anytime I have the opportunity to sit down and speak to our youth about music, life, and choices; it inspires me even more when seeing the way they respond and engage in any of our workshops.” Rodman said.

Digital Lab Recordings is located at 4500 Indiana Avenue Suite 30. For more information, visit www.digitalrecordings.com or call (336) 331-3147.

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