THE BUSINESS OF COMEDY: ALBUM RECORDING with Vong Show (online workshop)
Brought to you in partnership with the Winnipeg Comedy Festival
Vong Show, the Juno Awards Chair for the category Comedy Album of the Year, walks you through how to produce a comedy album worthy of a Juno nomination.
– Selecting a venue (what to look for in a venue)
– Equipment required (full range of options from cost-effective through best-in-class)
– Setting up equipment and venue to record the album (covering do-it-yourself options or hiring a sound engineer/technician)
– Post-production editing requirements
– Album artwork and marketing materials
– Distributing to digital storefronts and streaming platforms (DistroKid and CDBaby)
– Submitting for Satellite Radio Airplay
– Technical requirements for JUNO Awards consideration
Register for this online workshop by 3pm CST Dec 7, 2023 and you will be sent a ZOOM Link by 4pm the day of the workshop.
Vong Show: Spreading Enlightenment Through Laughter! Founder of Comedy Cares and creator of RICE: Asian Comedy Showcase. Vong has appeared on CBC (The National, My Toronto, Radio One), CTV (The Social) and was featured on Spotify’s ‘Our Roots. Our Sound.’ (Asian Heritage Month) and ‘Unlike Any Other’ (Pride Month) campaigns.
Time(s)6:00 - 8:00 PM
Date(s)Dec 7, 2023
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