We do this together:
We get together and talk about where you are in your artistic journey. I listen as you describe where you've been, and what you'd like to accomplish. I look for ways I can help you get there.
We immerse ourselves in producing studio recordings of your songs. The focus is on creating your own original songs or co-writing together. We figure this out as we go.
Through photography, videos, album packaging, web graphics, posters, press kits and social media content, we create brand and strategy for building relationships with your audience.
My role as your producer:
My job is to help your finished work to sound and look awesome. I will guide your project through the recording process so that it reflects your creativity and aesthetic preferences. You'll find me easy to trust and just as interested in your success as I am my own. I will help encourage your best performances, and make the process enjoyable.
If you want to Spend less money and have your project finished better and faster, then work with me.
I have a good sense for what works well in different situations, and fluency in
Pro Tools and Logic Pro X so that our workflow is efficient. We record with state-of-the-art microphones, preamps, clocking
and converters for today's sound. Rarely will you be
waiting around for technology to behave. All of this adds up to getting more final results for less money.
If you're an experienced pro:
For you, music is more than fun —
City of Roses. By Kate Lynne Logan and me.
If you're new to recording:
Most people think great recordings just fall together effortlessly in one take. The actual truth is opposite: Most of the songs we hear streamed or on the radio have been labored over for many hours in the recording studio. The recording process tends to reveal issues we didn't know we had, and we have to push into new territory to refine our techniques. Vocal pitch, properly tuned instruments, and groove-awareness often become challenged when under the microscope of recording. The good news is, recording ends up improving your musicianship. You become a better artist.
I have high standards, but I keep it fun. Be ready to put ego aside, and work hard on details to resolve problems you didn't know you had. The result is that your recordings will embody all the energy and passion of your normal live performance, yet able to stand the test of time and repeated listening.