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BETTER THINGS TO COME, LILA FARRIS

BETTER THINGS TO COME, LILA FARRIS

Released: June 02, 2019

In this first release from Lila Farris, Better Things to Come, you’ll hear a depth in lyrical content that is beautifully canvased with a voice that is beyond her years. Lila wrote and arranged all the songs and coproduced with the help of Ron Flack who also tracked and mixed. Mastered by Spencer Martin in Seoul, South Korea.

Better things to come, Lila Farris
Living Memories, Lou Begue

Living Memories, Lou Begue

Released: April 26, 2021

Living Memories CD’s are being manufactured soon. Limited quantity.  First 50 will be different than the rest of the runs so stay tuned for more info on how to get yours.  All songs by Lue Begue as tracked by long time band, The Rockit Men.  Recorded and Mixed by Ron Flack at Realgrey Records.  Mastered by Benjamin Payne

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Living Memories, Lou Begue
GOLDEN AGE, ANYA VAN ROSE

GOLDEN AGE, ANYA VAN ROSE

Released: July 31, 2020

Realgrey Records Recording Artist, Anya Van Rose has released “Golden Age”. We are really proud of the work that Anya and band have accomplished together. It was track at the studio, produced by John King, mixed and mastered by Spencer Martin. See review in the Canton Rep and listen at Bandcamp.

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Golden Age EP by Anya Van Rose
  • Ron gets into it ... when there’s a great take and he’s always positive, building everyone up
    Kevin McManus
    Session Bassist, Kent Ohio
  • Ron has an amazing ear and he's not afraid to try any ideas out... His resume is very diverse from singer-songwriter beauty and simplicity to dirty nasty rock 'n' roll. I absolutely love working with him in his studio
    Jason “Goody” Goodwin
    The Got it Got it Need it, Recording Artist
  • What always matters first is the song. Ron gets that on every level ... He’s thoughtful, humble and has a gift for helping and guiding artists from any genre to finding the absolute best in their art.
    Benjamin Payne
    Yankee Bravo, Producer, Engioneer, Recording Artist
  • Ron’s vision has always been to enable the songwriters of our community to consider their craft and to take it to the next level, My experience there truly goes beyond the music. The Realgrey community has become a part of my story
    Anya VanRose
    The Anya VanRose Band, Recording Artist
  • A skilled audio technician with his own boutique recording studio, Ron Flack is first and foremost a music fan. He speaks of the area musicians he records with admiration and even a touch of awe.
    Dan Kane
    Canton Repository, Music Writer
  • Realgrey seems to be A Songwriter's and Musician's Paradise as much as Bring Your Song is. I love what you guys do.
    Dillon Stewart
    Cleveland Magazine, Music Writer

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Song naming convention

Song naming convention

A simple way to keep track of song arrangement changes along with recording iterations.

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Ready to Record? Here’s a good starting point

Ready to Record? Here’s a good starting point

Learning how to make your own scratch tracks can go a long way in helping you prepare for your recording sessions.  It can even help you understand the DNA of your own songs.

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Michael Omartian, Producer, Arranger, Recording Artist

Michael Omartian, Producer, Arranger, Recording Artist

Michael Omartian (born November 26, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter, arranger, keyboardist, and music producer. He has been a participant in numerous albums during a career that has spanned more than four decades. As a producer, he has had number-one records in three consecutive decades —Wikipedia

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Getting THAT Kick Drum with Brian McTear

Getting THAT Kick Drum with Brian McTear

This morning I reached out to a few respected drummers to get their opinions on a drum kit I thought might be a good fit for the studio.  In the process Brian McTear and I ventured over to topic of getting the kick sound “right” and what right could mean.

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