Great Day of Tracks Online Work At Nashville Recording Studios

Our fiddle player, Jenee Fleenor solos at a Martina McBride concert. Jenee is available through Fiddle Tracks Online to play on your song, just one of the many world class players on our roster!

A great day of work for our new service, Tracks Online, which offers self-producers high quality instrument tracks over the Internet.

First a 10 a.m. at Nashville Trax Recording Studio to record four tracks of Mike Duchette Steel Guitar Tracks Online and two tracks of harmonica.

Then it was off to our Pro Tools HD sister studio in Hendersonville, TN to produce seven tracks of piano and strings played by The Oak Ridge Boys long time band member, Sir Ronald Fairchild, for our Piano Tracks Online service on a project for a client in Quebec, Canada.

Just in time too, Ron had to catch the band bus to the airport at 4 a.m. for a flight to play at an Oaks performance in Puerto Rico. Five star hotels, a one day paid layover to do some sightseeing, catered food, all to do a one hour show…hey it’s a tough life but somebody has to live it!

Finally, caught up!

Until returning to the studio where a Banjo Tracks Online order had just been confirmed via e-mail. The client’s mp3 will arrive in a few hours. Love it!- b.e.

Need an instrument track? Saxophone? Harmonica? Dobro? Mandolin? Nashville music producer Bill Watson will choose the perfect session player to add to your mp3 mix and send it back as a high quality .wav file that will lock up perfectly for your mix and give you exactly what you need to make an impressive, spectacular song demo or master!

The Freemans : Voice In The Desert CD

Freemans Voice In The Desert CD

Freemans Voice In The Desert CD

The Freemans are just one of the big name Southern Gospel groups that call Hendersonville, TN home base, H-ville is about a 15 minute drive north of Nashville. The Oak Ridge Boys, The Isaacs and others do the same, as well as several top nationally known bluegrass groups. I’m not sure why there’s such a concentration in such a small area, obviously the proximity to Nashville plays a part but there are probably historical and family connections as well.

I met Darryl Freeman and his son, Caylon, the drummer in the band, for the first time about 8 weeks ago. They gave me a free copy of their newly released Voice In The Desert CD which I’ve since listened to several times and found to be super.

Reading the liner notes I noticed they didn’t write their own music on the CD so that might be a pitch opportunity for you if you have something that’s dead on target for their next project. I highly recommend you purchase their VITD album and listen thoroughly beforehand, just because you wrote a song that mentions Jesus it doesn’t mean it will fit their style- b.e.