In the early 1980’s Sound Workshop migrated from the Midwest to the West coast
where Sound Workshop created a sound similar to the “Wall of Sound” used
by Motown Records and the Beatles.
From the experiences in the 60’s, 70’s, and
80’s with Sound Workshop, conceptual ideas were created with a
new phenomenon developed by the Sound Workshop studio and engineers.
Working with old analog technology and combining it
with new digital advances in sound and enhancement effects, Sound Workshop discovered new
forms and techniques of engineering and sound creation.
Appling these new advances in technology, Sound Workshop merged the traditional
classical ambient sounds, with the challenge of the new onslaught of digital
sounds by creating them in a live performance environment which is one
of the founding ideals of the Sound Workshop.
Sound Workshop's current challenges with R& D have been to
provide their format to web streaming to futurists chip sound embedment
or fiber light technology.
Due to the onslaught of web sound technology, Sound Workshop has been working with BMI to secure, reproduce and publish
sound in a new technical matrix.
Some of the groups the Sound Workshop has been
working with are:
Dogs that Fly
The Star Harp
The Chalmers Band
Dave and Deino
Sound Workshop is breaking new legal foundations for developing
promotional contracts and performances utilizing web concerts and new
distribution of musical content.
Sound Workshop and Gingerwood Arts are putting together distributorships that
will create mega networks for the entrepreneurs of the future.