Introduction In addition to being a recording artist and composer, I am also a record producer, mixer and engineer. I oversee the entirety of my own work, and have full and complete creative control over my own work. (Much of this stems from my dislike of working and dealing with men in the industry.) As a record producer, mixing engineer, or mastering engineer, my job is to help you manifest your creative vision and give you as much creative control as the artist as possible.
Services include, but are not limited to:
Rates Industry standards will apply, but rates will be determined on a case by case basis, depending on the complexity of the project, number of tracks, etc. I will obviously charge a project backed by label money more than I would someone merely making a demo for the first time. Rates will be established either by an hourly rate or by a set rate per track in writing. I will not do it for free, but my rates are negotiable and reasonable and I will go out of my way to make it accessible as possible.
Note About Masters I, unlike the vast majority of the industry, do not force clients and artists to buy their masters. I understand that this is an industry standard, and I do not abide by it. This is your work, and your product, and I have just had the pleasure of working on it. This would be like you hiring me to fix your car and then forcing you to buy the whole car back from me. I think the practice of making someone buy their own demos or master tracks back is absolutely abhorrent.