Thanksgiving Special!

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November 22, 2012 by finetuningblog

Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Have a great day! 🙂

I had the pleasure of teaming up with my friend, Olivia Hunter to create a Special Thanksgiving post.

Working with Olivia was such a great experience. Not only did I get to test drive the audio room I assembled at Pace University, but I also got the chance to share my love of creating music with a fellow blogger…or in this case vlogger.

In terms of the studio engineer world, it’s not often you get to work with someone who can actually sing these days. I’m so proud to say there is not an OUNCE of autotune present in this recording.

Olivia runs Ohh…Positive, a blog that’s all about good news. Within the blog, she hosts a weekly vlog show to recap positive and happy stories. So you should definitely give her blog a look, and subscribe.

Thank you for letting me help out, Olivia. I hope we get a chance to record some more on campus! And I’d also like to say thank YOU to everyone who reads this page. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.


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