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Recording Program for Festivals and Conferences



"The Southern Division ACDA was THRILLED with the quality of work provided by SOUNDWAVES at the 2012 Division Conference!  They are a wonderful company to work with and I would highly recommend them to anyone needing recording services." Tom Shelton, President ACDA Southern.

"The DVD was so utterly fantastic, not a kid missed!" Parent of a 2012 ASTA All-National Orchestra performer

Music education organizations have used our service for 18 years to help their bands, choirs, and orchestras produce high-quality CDs and now High-Definition 5-camera DVDs for their members and patrons. We have been fortunate to work with some of the best music education organizations around the country. Contact us for references or browse music conference recordings here

Soundwaves handles all aspects of the festival or conference recording project including: order stations, recording, mixing, mastering, production, licensing shipping, billing, collections, and profit sharing. There is no cost. We send order forms beforehand and take orders the day-of, shipping the CDs and DVDs to patrons within 3-6 weeks. All participating directors receive complimentary recordings. It costs nothing to have Soundwaves at your conference or festival.

Soundwaves combines premium quality microphones and mic techniques, digital audio equipment, and many years of recording experience to make “True Live™” stereo or multi-track recordings of your performances. Each piece is then individually edited, mixed and mastered in our studios and packaged in full color.

Don’t worry if your venue acoustics aren’t the best. During the mixing and mastering process, we digitally place your group in an acoustic environment or a virtual concert hall best suited to your music. Your recording will sound articulate and pristine!

Highlights of our recording package:

Sample conference CD recordings on iTunes:

Sample album artwork


Please contact Tom Sarago with your festival or conference recording inquiry