Renowned record sound engineer Appietus has fired colleague sound engineers saying their production these days on songs is so light like ‘paper’.
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According to Appietus, his colleagues sound engineers and producers are not putting in so much work in their production these days to make great songs.
In an interview with Andy Dosty on Accra-based Hitz FM on the ‘Day Break Hitz’ morning show this morning, Appietus stated his colleague sound engineers and producers seem to be in a hurry to put their work out without considering the quality of their production.
He said he doesn’t accept the fact that people are saying the production work on sounds has changed compared to his prime time. He added that he still believes the production work he did on a song like ‘Otoolege’ by Ofori Amponsah still has quality than most songs released lately.
He urged the new sound engineers in the Ghanaian music space to go back in time and listen to the old songs and begin to learn how the old sound engineers were able to produce quality songs which still sounds good in this modern era.
Appietus stated his worry started when he begun to compare the production Nigerian sound engineers do on their songs compared to their Ghanaian counterparts, he realized the final production on songs in Ghana has fallen.
He said he is organizing some classes for sound engineers to teach them couple of things that will help them in their profession and urged his colleagues to take part in his new project.
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