Mom's Music records the voices of aspiring Aretha Franklins and David Lee Roths with state-of-the-art recording, mixing, editing, and mastering gear and a knowledgeable staff to perfect a band’s recorded sound. A professional engineer assists bands of up to six members to create their best work possible and press it onto a glimmering compact disc. Mom’s Music studios comes stock with a plethora of professional equipment and software, including Digidesign Pro Tools HD3, Roland DA-90 monitors, Great River microphone preamps, and a stellar collection of microphones that’ll capture the lead singer’s voice crisply and warmly. Having recorded everything from thrash-metal to radio commercials to Frasier-theme-song cover bands, Mom’s Music’s talented engineers can tailor the session to any style of music.
High-definition husband-and-wife duo Drake and Danielle Hatfield produce professional-grade multimedia memories for all kinds of occasions. Whether you want to document your jazz-fusion band's debut jam, immortalize an immaculate wedding, or artfully capture two hours of your cat trying to untie a sailor's knot, Hatfield Media will produce and format a professional, multicamera video complete with immersive multitrack audio. Events are captured exclusively in high definition by top-quality 3CCD cameras for total visual recall before being edited and safely delivered to your hands or the hands of your overseas distributer.
The encouraging, informative team at Meridian Music, an instrument retailer and music-education center, beckons visitors to tickle ivory keys with a stock of tuneful pianos and organs, as well as private and group lessons. In addition to piano and organ instruction, the skilled maestros teach students how to wring applause out of audiences using their voices or stringed, brass, and woodwind instruments. Meridian Music's private performance hall, Munger Hall, seats up to 120 people, or one lengthy conga line, during solo and group student recitals.
Jon E. Gee knows a lot of famous musicians. In fact, he's one of them. The accomplished bass player, dubbed a "consummate professional" by his John Mellencamp Band colleague Mike Wanchic and praised for being "always positive" by lead guitarist Andy York, has toured the world, laying down reverberating bass lines for artists such as Billy Joel, Mick Jagger, and Melissa Etheridge.
Back home in Indiana, Gee leads students toward their personal and professional musical goals at his unassuming studio. Sharing his hard-earned performance techniques, such as how to use small magnets to connect with an audience, Gee instills charisma and confidence in his students, prompting Wanchic to proclaim, "I don't think you could find a better person to be mentored through than Jon."
A bachelor's degree in music, a master's degree in music, and nearly three decades of teaching experience. Each of these accomplishments is impressive enough on its own, but when you put them together, you have Diana Saltanovitz––a licensed music instructor who can help students of all ages develop their skills. For students aged 3–4, Saltanovitz uses the WunderKeys piano program, which instills beginning piano skills and basic math skills at the same time.