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By Michael J. Arvizu | October 13, 2009
You could spend an entire semester on any one thing taught in Jon and David Siebels’ recording engineering course at their home studio in Montrose. However, because the course is only 10 weeks, the father-and-son team can only offer a “crash course” into the fine art of studio recording. The musicians-turned-engineers are teaching a class through Glendale Community College’s Community Services Education program. Twice a week, about eight students gather in the Siebels’ tiny recording studio for a one-hour lecture and demonstration.
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By By Vince Lovato | December 10, 2005
MONTROSE -- There's more to being in a band than just playing an instrument. Jon Siebels, a local musician who sold 3 million albums with the band Eve 6, is sharing his instrumental and chart-busting insights with musicians who want to learn how to be in a band. Siebels, 26, and Eve 6 band mate Max Collins attended La Crescenta Valley High School and were barely out of high school when their debut album sold 2 million copies in 1998. In June, Siebels and his father, David, a professional studio musician and composer, and partner Amy Yazzetta, founded "Be in a Band," a class for people who want to learn how to be in a band.
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December 2, 2005
  Be In A Band is the motto and name of a new business started by Jon Siebels, founding member of the hit rock group Eve 6. The La Crescenta Band sold more than 3 million albums in their tenure on RCA records. Jon and his two business partners have teamed up to help other musicians experience what it is like to play in a band. "For me, playing in a band is so much more fulfilling than playing guitar by myself, said Jon. "I have had so many awesome experiences playing in bands, and I have enjoyed showing other kids and adults how to get started.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | October 13, 2009
You could spend an entire semester on any one thing taught in Jon and David Siebels’ recording engineering course at their home studio in Montrose. However, because the course is only 10 weeks, the father-and-son team can only offer a “crash course” into the fine art of studio recording. The musicians-turned-engineers are teaching a class through Glendale Community College’s Community Services Education program. Twice a week, about eight students gather in the Siebels’ tiny recording studio for a one-hour lecture and demonstration.
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By By Vince Lovato | December 10, 2005
MONTROSE -- There's more to being in a band than just playing an instrument. Jon Siebels, a local musician who sold 3 million albums with the band Eve 6, is sharing his instrumental and chart-busting insights with musicians who want to learn how to be in a band. Siebels, 26, and Eve 6 band mate Max Collins attended La Crescenta Valley High School and were barely out of high school when their debut album sold 2 million copies in 1998. In June, Siebels and his father, David, a professional studio musician and composer, and partner Amy Yazzetta, founded "Be in a Band," a class for people who want to learn how to be in a band.
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