On Monday, September 8th Ray will be taping a video for the National Music Sanctuary in Seaside, California.
Music comes from an unknown place. Songwriters toil to cultivate a soil rich with creativity. Artists pen songs, then search for a stage to share the fruits of their harvest. In this modern landscape of music distribution, the landmarks are changing rapidly. Old models are being torn down to make room for new and better models.
Emerging from the shifting landscape of music distribution, comes the National Music Sanctuary. Part video podcast, part recording session, the National Music Sanctuary captures touring bands as they travel through the Central Coast of California. Bands stop by the National Music Sanctuary”s Monterey, CA studio. They record session. The session is taped. Through this process, the National Music Sanctuary blends the rich history of studio recording with cutting edge video distribution. In doing so, producer/filmmaker Ed Carapezza, AKA Dangerbag, creates the future of music production. Bands walk away from a session with a professional recording and a high quality video of their performance.
Want to help Dangerbag build his National Music Sanctuary?
Check out his first twelve episodes by visiting sharedvisionfilms.com
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