G-Man Provides Tracks for Students at the Audio Recording Technology Institute

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Commercial producer and recording artist Scott G (The G-Man) sent tracks of the opening song on his new "Sonic Tonic" album to A.R.T.I. for students to use in mixing sessions. G-Man calls on other artists to do the same in 'The Mix Fix Project.'

Launching an innovative collaboration between recording artists and audio students, Scott G (recording artist The G-Man) is making the first song on his "Sonic Tonic" album available to students at the Audio Recording Technology Institute (A.R.T.I.).

"This will provide a hands-on, real-world mixing experience for students at one of the most respected audio schools in the country," Scott G stated. "I'm proud to be the first artist in what we're calling 'The Mix Fix Project,' and I hope that lots of other artists on both major and independent labels will also provide some of their songs."

About Scott G (The G-Man)

Scott G, who records as The G-Man, has four albums in distribution on Delvian Records. He is also owner of commercial production firm G-Man Music & Radical Radio in Los Angeles, where he has completed voiceover and music compositions for Verizon Wireless, Goodrich, The Auto Club, Micron, NASSCO and many others. A member of the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (http://www.narip.com) and The Recording Academy (http://www.grammy.com), Scott G also writes about music for the Immedia Wire Service and MusicDish. His music is on the Web at iTunes, http://www.delvianrecords.com, http://www.digipie.com, http://www.myspace.com/thegman, and http://www.gmanmusic.com.

About Britt Sandusky

Britt Sandusky, an instructor at the Orlando, Florida, location of A.R.T.I., has made it a personal quest to obtain tracks from signed artists. "It is exciting to begin this program with an innovative artist like The G-Man."

About A.R.T.I.

Audio Recording Technology Institute is the first and only audio school in America to feature the THX certified Mix Theater. A.R.T.I. offers small classes, a staff of industry professionals, and an extensive amount of hands-on training on some of the most advanced equipment in the industry, including SSL digital, SSL classic, Digidesign, Apple G5, Soundtracs, Mackie and more. A.R.T.I. also offers placement assistance to get graduates into the industry. The school has facilities in New York and Florida.

Contact:

Brian Forest, Immedia Wire Service and G-Man Music

immedia @ pacbell.net; 818-223-8486 and 213-369-7619

http://www.gmanmusic.com

Britt Sandusky, A.R.T.I.

888-543-ARTI

info @ audiocareer.com

http://www.audiocareer.com

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