The Recording Connection
is pleased to welcome our latest mentor, Bryan Reilly
, chief engineer for RMS Sound Studios
in Detroit, Michigan! RMS has been providing high-quality recording, mixing and commercial audio services for over 25 years, with a client list that includes Whitney Houston, Jordin Sparks, Bob Seger, and up-and-coming indie-pop act Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jr., among others. The studio has also done audio work for Family Guy, as well as many TV and radio spots over the years.
Bryan has gone the extra mile not only to produce stellar work for his clients, but also to make the clients feel comfortable in the studio. “You won’t get it from a website, a photo, a video, or a demo reel,”
he says. “You have to be there to feel a vibe. Ask anyone that’s ever been here–artists, producers, actors, postal workers. They’ll all tell you that RMS Sound Studios is an incredibly comfortable and fun place to spend the day.”
Check out RMS Sound Studios’ website here
. Welcome, Bryan, and thanks!
Melody Allen is the owner and host of “Wigginnout: The Hip Hop Movement,”
a radio show currently broadcasting on Adrenaline Radio
focuses on bringing needed exposure to up-and-coming hip-hop acts.
“[We are] dedicated to promoting hip-hop music in a positive way in order to help independent, underground and commercial music artists get the right exposure they need in order to make the right connection to jump start their music career,”
says Melody. In addition to their regular programming, “Wigginnout”
also hosts numerous live events at music showcases, summer music festivals, seminars, radio show tours, etc.
One unique aspect to the show in contrast to other hip-hop programs is that “Wigginnout” strives to broadcast “clean, positive and respectful” programming on-air, with a zero tolerance policy for sexual content, profanity, racial slurs and other offensive material—although hip-hop acts may perform unfiltered content during the live shows. “We are always looking for unsigned, underground, independent and commercial music artists with a positive story or message to tell.”
The Radio Connection
is pleased to have a radio professional like Melody Allen training our radio apprentices. To learn more about “Wigginnout: The Hip Hop Movement,”