The goodsoundwaves SESSIONS video series features local artists performing their original songs in an intimate setting, most often in the goodsoundwaves home studio.
What You Need
You will need three or more original songs. Most performances contain four or five songs performed by the original artist.
You will need any supporting musicians for your performance. Most performances are a singer/songwriter with just one guitar and a mic.
You will need approximately thirty minutes to an hour for the taping. Five songs typically takes about 45 minutes from an artist’s arrival to departure.
You are welcome to bring a guest to quietly enjoy your performance.
Your performance will be recorded using studio audio gear and 4K video.
The audio will be mixed and used to replace the audio from the cameras. The resulting finished video will be posted to the goodsoundwaves YouTube channel.
What You Receive
You will receive the final YouTube video of your performance. This will be a 4K video file in MP4 format.
You will receive the mixed, uncut audio of your performance session. This will be a 48k/24bit WAV audio file.
What Else is Available
Everything listed above is absolutely FREE for artists. For a reasonable consideration, here’s what else you can receive from your SESSIONS performance.
YouTube Video without Branding
You will receive an additional version of the final YouTube video of your performance, without branding superimposed on the video. This will be a 4K video file in MP4 format.
Individual Song Videos without Branding
You will receive the individual songs from your performance, without branding superimposed on the video. These will be 4K video files in MP4 format.
You will receive the individual raw video files as 4K MP4 files from the different cameras, as well as the stems from the audio as 48k/24bit WAV files.
SESSIONS Audio Streaming
goodsoundwaves will distribute the edited audio files as a SESSIONS release on major streaming platforms. RouteNote is used for distribution services. Audio files will not be released unless the artist has already released studio versions of their music through their own respective distributor.