Recording Studio: Albanian Music

Recording Studio: Albania is a Southeast European nation that was ruled by Enver Hoxha’s communist government for much of the later part of the 20th century; it is now a democratic country. Even before Hoxha’s reign began, Albania was long controlled by...

Recording Studio: Korean Music

Recording Studio: In general, Korean Recording Studio music falls under the two main categories of chongak (music of the upper classes) and sogak (music of the common classes). In keeping with standard practice, we translate chongak as classical music and sogak as...

Voice Over Sydney: Swedish Language

Voice Over Sydney: Just as Danish and Norwegian, Swedish also belongs to the North Germanic language group. It is not a widely spoken language: some 9 million people speak it in Sweden, although it is also used in some regions of Finland, where over 5% of the...

Sydney Recording Studio: Bassoon

Sydney Recording Studio: The bassoon is a musical instrument in the woodwind family. Many believe the bassoon to be derived from the dulcian – which is another double reed woodwind instrument from the 1500s, but others believe the bassoon was a completely new...

Voice over Sydney: Australia Aboriginal Languages

Voice over Sydney: Over 250 Indigenous Australian language groups covered the continent at the time of European settlement in 1788. Today only around 120 of those languages are still spoken and many are at risk of being lost as Elders pass away. Voice over Sydney:...