Nimbus School of Recording Arts Showcase Spring 2012

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 Booking 4 Sonicbids bands

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The Nimbus School of Recording Arts is offering an opportunity for artists/bands to receive free recording time for a minimum of three songs in their world-class studios, located in Vancouver, BC. Four Sonicbids artists/bands will be selected to perform at a showcase event and industry meet and greet on April 2, 2012, in Vancouver at The Media Club.

Students enrolled in the Music Production program at Nimbus will select one artist/band from the showcase performers. The winning artist(s) will receive complimentary recording time at Nimbus for a minimum of three songs. At the studentsÂ’ discretion, the artist may receive additional recording time.

Also at the studentsÂ’ discretion, more than one showcasing artist may be selected to receive a similar recording package. Of the 12 artists that have appeared at the last three showcases, 6 have been awarded free studio time!

Selected artists will be notified by February 29th, 2012 and need to be available at the recording times offered. In addition to consideration for the April 2nd showcase event, all submissions will be reviewed for future recording projects by Nimbus staff and students.

Long and McQuade is a proud sponsor of Nimbus Showcase Events, which occur twice a year. Next event is October 1st, 2012.

Nimbus School of Recording Arts was founded by legendary producers Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Peter Gabriel) and GGGarth Richardson (Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mudvayne), and leading music educator Kevin Williams (Hot Sole). Nimbus offers courses in music business, artist development, sound recording, and music production, with intakes in January, April, July, and October.

Terms And Conditions

Upon successful acceptance into the artist pool for The Nimbus School of Recording Arts, it is understood that the artists will be contacted at the request of the production class students based on session availability. It is understood that this is an ongoing opportunity.
Artists chosen to attend class recording sessions must arrive fifteen minutes prior to scheduled class time and be prepared to submit material for recording 24 hours prior to the session.
Artists are responsible for providing the storage capacity necessary to store their recordings for removal from the school studio session. Failure to do so may result in the session being removed from the facility data resource storage system.
All sessions times are strictly enforced. Studio classes will not run over time.
Failure to appear or late arrival for studio sessions will result in removal from the artist pool.
The Nimbus School of Recording Arts upholds a professional environment and any deviation from the school rules of conduct will result in immediate cease of session recording and removal from the artist pool.
Artists that have not been selected within a 12-month time frame will be contacted to ensure their continued interest in remaining within the artist pool at Nimbus and to update any information for the following 12-month program.