This was our last day in the studio. By now we were all really feeling like a team, and the mutual passion for the track we were making meant things quickly started to come together. The last day in the studio proved a very inspiring and enjoyable experience. What a journey so far!
The young people were really getting confident now and taking their opportunities, on the desk, in the live room and in the recording booth.
Many of the team almost couldnt believe the quality of what we were putting together. There were many funny moments and spirits were high.
The Rack Mount Records producers had really become an intricate part of the team. Here is them feeling the love!
Being in the studio can be hard work and takes lots of focus but there were always moments of fun and laughter!
The words of the track resounded through the studio, powerful and provocative – these words were inspired by real experiences of care and could really move audiences when they hear the track.
In the second part of the session a reporter came from the The Press to find out what the project was all about. She took photos and asked the team questions about what it was like and what they were getting from the project. The young people spoke passionately and were very articulate with their views.
Heres Callum holding up words from our track…
For the last part of the session, with the track almost complete, there was time for Rack Mount Records to set up drums in the live room where Access to Music ran a live jamming session.
Even KRITIKAL and the Springboard team got up on the drums!!
It was an amazing 2 weeks of production and we are very proud of what was achieved. Some of the young people were so inspired they signed up to apply for a course with Access to Music