"STUDIO LA TOUR" recording facility, engineered by our in-house producer and engineer Manu Feramus.Singers and instrumentalists on the Dordogne Jazz Summer School can record demos and tracks in the fully-functional
Sessions will run from the end of classes at 4pm until 7pm and then after dinner from 10pm-1am. There is a Yamaha (upright) acoustic piano in the studio. Other gear available includes drums, percussion, keyboards, amps guitars etc. All the usual stuff. Sessions will run from the end of classes at 4pm until 7pm and then after dinner from 10pm-1am. There is a Yamaha (upright) acoustic piano in the studio. Other gear available includes drums, percussion, keyboards, amps guitars etc. All the usual stuff.
This is an optional extra on the course and is charged separately .
Prices are €60/hour (about £45). So €180 for a standard three hour session and a discounted rate for a double session of six hours of €320. These fees include the session plus mixing and mastering on CD, USB or download (ie dropbox).
There are limited slots in the studio. So please book as early as possible. Sessions will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
CONTACT MANU FERAMUS DIRECT
Or call +33 6 82 58 88 07
Studio La Tour - 47120 Château de Monteton
www.studiolatour.fr - email@example.com +33 6 82 58 88 07
As a drummer Manu Feramus toured and recorded with French popstar Renan Luce from 2006 to 2010 which enabled him to acquire experience as a working musician at the very highest level of the industry; playing many stadium concerts including a glorious homecoming at Stade de Marmande (see newspaper report right); two tours with “Zenith”, recording a studio album, "The Clan of Miros”; plus tours in Quebec, Switzerland, and Belgium etc. including the Vieilles Charrues festival, the Paleo festival, Solydays etc . Many studio recordings with artists such as Salvator Adamo “Le Bal des Gens Biens”; Jean Guidoni singing Prevert and Kosma; and with Anna Chalon on the soundtrack of the film "Je l’aimais " with Daniel Auteuil confirmed his arrival as a sought after session musician.
As a sound engineer he toured with Orly Chap (Polydor / Blue Line) in 2004; Then with the famous French group Slam Spoke Orkestra; and the first embodiment of the TRIMX album produced and arranged by his friends and colleagues Thomas Milteau and Thomas Coeuriot in 2005. Manu studied sound engineering at BEP Electronics in Foulayronnes and BAC STI Electronics in Bordeaux: plus at Roubaix in BTS Audiovisuel (Option Sound). Internships in The Studio Ferber in Paris and "La Boites à Son" at Châtillon followed.