I am young singer/songwriter who just wants the world to appreciate the simplicity that music can bring to one's life. This is the goal of my first ever EP. My music comes from a very real and vulnerable part of my heart that I hope can speak to others as well. It's a way to show people that they're not alone in the confusion and pain that life brings, and it's also a way to show people that they are not alone in the celebrations of life either.
The recording process is being completed with the help of a very talented singer/songwriter/engineer Michael Koch in his recording studio, The Music Box. Mike has helped bring my songs to life with an authentic and unique sound. He has been my music teacher for about six years now and with the guidance of him and other music teachers including my cello teacher, Susan Reed, and high school orchestra director, Burke Lokey, they have given me the wisdom and knowledge to pursue this dream.
All of the music recorded on this EP was performed by myself with the assistance of Michael Koch and a few friends! So here's the big question... Where is your money going? Well, a lot goes into producing an album. We pay for studio time, mastering, paying musicians, producing, printing CD's, and much more.
Risks and challenges
I am a student: I have homework, I have two jobs on top of homework, and because of this it may seem like time delays would be a huge issue and let's not forget about the fact that our handy-dandy technology isn't always so handy-dandy. But with the risks of the time delays and technological difficulties, I can assure you that I will overcome those risks. With the project being completed by only two people--myself and Michael Koch--it is very easy to coordinate the time needed to get this project completed. The town we are recording in, St. Joseph, Michigan, has a lot of local musicians and resources needed to complete this project.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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