As one of the most respected producers in the industry, Steve Nalepa has built a massive music career out of creating fresh tracks while building his success as a self-made artist in the music industry. As well, Steve has shown a dedication to providing musicians with the knowledge and tools needed to be successful in new and effective ways with his ongoing mentorship to the musician cohort, Team Supreme.
madelife has invited Steve to conduct a FREE artist talk via our Off The Stage series to be hosted at CU Atlas 100 and to conduct a set of music workshops out of our downtown space in Boulder.
Workshops | Studio Workflow
In the workshops, Steve will share a plethora of tools and techniques for improving your approach to songwriting, producing and finishing tightly arranged well-mixed tracks, and discovering your own signature sound. He will also offer valuable tips to help artists develop their careers. The session will be freeform— comprising a show-and-tell allowing artists to share some of their music and deconstruct the process of its creation. Steve will then walk everyone through some of the creative steps that he takes in his own process of making a track. Come and get inspired to create the best music possible in one of two available workshops.
- Uncover new songwriting tools and techniques.
- Finalize your track arrangement and mix for release.
- Cultivate a signature sound
- Develop your artistic career with insider tips.
There will be two segments of the same workshop: Saturday, October 1st 2-4pm and Sunday, October 2nd 2-4pm // $20 pre sale // $25 day of event.
*Please note there are limited tickets to these workshops, we will only allow 30 participants per workshop*
Off the Stage
madelife with support from Ableton and the Conference on World Affairs will be hosting respected music producer and Ableton Live expert Steve Nalepa for a special Off the Stage evening talk housed at ATLAS 100 on the University of Colorado – Boulder campus. Steve is an artist who is both an extremely relevant and increasingly adaptable force in the music industry. We’re excited about discussing Steve’s various roles as a musician— as producer, collaborator (notably with Team Supreme and The Acid), and dedicated mentor.
- Steve’s background and history as a music producer
- Releasing work
- Working with labels, managers, booking agents, publicists and lawyers
- Translation of creative skills into a viable income
- Maintaining relevance in the music industry
- His work as a mentor with Team Supreme
- Movie soundtrack production
- His work in The Acid.