Frequently Asked Questions
Everything You Wanted To Know About Mountjoy Music Studio
What is Mountjoy Music Studio?
Mountjoy Music Studio is an independent music production studio in Preeceville and Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Offering a better relationship with a smaller audience. Created and operated primarily by Anthony Mountjoy and the various other talented individuals with studio accounts.
If I'm A Producer And I Sign The Scout/Associate Producer Agreement Do I Have To Stop Working With Unsigned Talent?
You can work with whoever you want, however you want. It's only the signed talent that you need to apply our relationship to and only signed talent from which you'll earn through our network. Otherwise, go about your business as usual with unsigned talent. The hope is you'll scout some of that talent as you feel it could use representation from Mountjoy Music Studio earning a finder's fee and Associate Producer opportuntity.
Do I have to perform in order to get paid?
Songwriters get paid out when any of their musical works are used by signed talent to make content we go to market with. The more bars/measures you save in the Alearezzo musical database the higher your chance of an artist using your work. Even a single measure influencing another work will potentially pay out something.
How much are music lessons and recording sessions?
Adult(and more focused children) classes are 1/2 hour at $15 and 1 hour at $25 and include music theory
, practice and notation. Kids classes are 1 hour for $20 covering a simplified music primer, practice, and instrument specific tablature. 2 hour lessons for all ages are $50. Recording sessions are $35 per hour. 3 hour minimum.
When are music lessons available?
In person Music Lessons
at the Preeceville studio are on Sundays and Mondays anywhere between 9am and 9pm. Contact the studio to arrange specific time, duration, and type of lesson.
What is Alearezzo?
is a web based musical notation software which a composer or player can use in any number of ways to find new melodies, mix them with harmonies and rhythm, then arrange them into original songs.
How Do You Get Onto A Show Line Up Or Play An Open Mic?
You have to contact the show runners an appropriate amount of time ahead of the event. You might have to audition. You might have to pay an entry fee; you may have to play.
If you're interested in music lessons, recording sessions, sound production, scouting or talent management then please Contact The Studio.