Work in Progress – Event

We all know the feeling of uncertainty that can accompany creative efforts, and the challenges that arise when a work is in progress. At SDSG, we often hear from members who are hesitant to present a song that is unfinished or in rough form to our industry guests. The last thing we want to do is to allow our creations to be displayed in a manner that doesn’t do them justice.

On May 20, 2013 we will be fearless.

Join SDSG’s Diane Waters and Mark Charles Hattersley for this event, designed to help you deal with the issues you may be encountering with a song you have yet to perfect. This event provides you with an opportunity both to explore your own work and to learn from, and possibly contribute to, the work of others.

Submit MP3’s in advance online or bring your CD to the May 20 session. You can even perform your new song live should you choose. Be sure to bring lyrics sheets along.

Whatever your method of delivery, Diane and Mark will work with you to overcome stumbling blocks or polish troublesome details in lyrics, structure, arrangement and production. Join SDSG for this educational session, when we will let down our hair and share our creations with our eyes and ears open to the ideas that will well up like the San Diego surf driven by a winter storm.

We’ll be meeting at the Country Inn & Suites in Sorrento Valley.Register in advance online or starting at 6PM on Monday May 20th.

Fees are $10 per song submission.

Members admitted free;

non-members $10 admission.

W.I.P. gets crackin’ at 7PM. See you then!

Submit Your Songs

2 comments for “Work in Progress – Event

  1. Michael Crossman
    May 21, 2013 at 6:47 am

    A shout out to Tim, Diane, & Mark for taking the time to constructively critique my unfinished song & the songs of many others. I’m looking forward to acting on their suggestions. MC

  2. Aldo Torres
    May 25, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Great event!!! Tim Mudd, Diane Waters and Mark Hattersely’s constructive critiques were very helpful. Their music and music industry knowledge and expertise are something that everyone, who wants to succeed in music, should take the opportunity to benefit by.

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