A few months ago, with the help of Tony and David, I led a workshop called “A beginner’s guide to multitrack audio recording.” The goal was to help singer-songwriters develop the skills necessary to make basic home recordings of their songs.

It went really well. Not to toot my own horn or anything (toot toot!), but here’s what some people said about the workshop:

Dan did a great job and gave us enough to enable us to try it on our own. What more could one ask for from a 101?

Well organized material; clearly presented, interesting, knowledgeable instructor with great basics logically through to more complex tasks made the information non-threatening.

The course provided exactly what you claimed it would, but I was surprised that I got even more out of it than I expected. I thought I’d get enough info to “know about” the subject, but I went home feeling confident that I could actually DO it – and keen to get started experimenting.

An enormous thumbs up to Dan for presenting a meaningful and enormously worthwhile course on digital recording.

It was so much fun, we thought we’d do it again. So we’re putting on the exact same workshop for people who missed the first time around.

It takes place on Saturday, September 17, and you can reserve your spot today.