Recording Studio Helps Amateur Musicians Deliver A Musical Valentine
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By John McDevitt
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Some are using their musical talents to tell their sweetie how much they mean to them this Valentine’s Day.
“Okay, we’ll take from the top.”
A man who we’ll call “J.J.” so we don’t spoil the surprise wrote a song for his fiance for Valentine’s day.
“Girl you are the light in my life that shines on my shadow.”
He was laying down his vocals at a recording studio at Groove where owner Adam Bailine was behind the controls mixing all the tracks together.
“We have this guy here who is singing a great song he played the piano he put his vocals down I played a little guitar and help produce a little bit.”
J.J. has a romantic Valentine’s day dinner planned.
“a little candlelight, a little bit of wine and then I’ll put the song on the stereo and just let it play and wait for her reaction.”
Baline says are other packages available — you can even star in a music video.
More information at www.ucangroove.com