Video of Al’s takeoff from Richmond International Airport going somewhere during Flight Training back in 2008 with fellow pilot Sean! Music: Tune Sweet by Al Watkins!
Video during flight training back in 2008! Here we are cloud surfing with Pilots Steve and Al!
Music Track: “Ever After” by Louie Bello. Produced by Al Watkins.
Songwriters write the songs, Singers sing the songs, Engineers record the songs, Mixers mix the songs, Mastering Engineers master the song/album. What do Producers do? In some current cases, they create the instrumental. In a more traditional sense, they are more like movie directors. They keep the broad view of the entire recorded song. They translate, oversee, and direct the vision to all involved to create a marketable recording. While everyone plays their own individual part, the Producer makes sure the parts create one effective whole.
Video of my multi-engine flight training back in 2008! Here we are doing engine-out procedures with Instructor Joao! Music Track: “Fly Music” by Al Watkins.
See the messing around that goes on behind the scenes of an Al Watkins Instagram video! Music Track by Al Watkins! www.alproducer.com
Another video of my flight training back in 2007. This time flying with Rachel, who was one of my flight instructors! See how I do landing back at Richmond International Airport, Virginia (KRIC). Soundtrack: “Dischorded Melody” by Al Watkins!
A video from back in 2007 of one of my Solo Cross Country flights before I got my first pilot certificate! So I’m on the aircraft controls… and on the soundtrack! This is Emporia-Greensville Regional Airport, Virginia (KEMV). Soundtrack: “Melodic Scenery” by Al Watkins!
Had a great time mixing the Elan Trotman Group‘s #Liveanduncut album!!!
Great music, musicians, and crew!
You may have heard the saying, “Don’t compare apples and oranges”. This goes for yourself as well. I’ve been guilty many times of determining whether I could be successful in music business based on other peoples success, failures, or fears. I have based my fears not on my actual experiences, but on the experiences of others. You shouldn’t do that. Everyone has there own way to think, speak, and act. Everyone has there own strengths, weaknesses, and fears. Everyone has there own skills, talents, and abilities. When you think of it that way, there is really very few ways to compare two people in terms of a personal and subjective topic such as “success”.