Frequently asked questions

Q: What if I don't have a band? Do you have musicians that can play on my record?

A: Yes, I have local musicians that will come to the studio and play whatever instrument your record calls for. The average price of session musicians is $50 an hour. Alternatively, I have session musicians around the world who can play remotely, and charge $50 per song/per instrument. 

Q: What if I am a solo artist/songwriter? Do you have musicians that can play on my record?

A: Yes, I have local musicians that will come to the studio and play whatever instrument your record calls for. The average price of session musicians is $50 an hour. Alternatively, I have session musicians around the world who can play remotely, and charge $50 per song/per instrument. 

Q: How should I prepare to record my music?

A: The more prepared you are to record the better. Practicing as much as you can so when you are here you can make the most of the session. As well, making sure all of your parts are written and arranged. I will give plenty of feedback and we may adjust some things, but for the most part, you should have a blueprint of where you think the song should go.  If you are a singer it is helpful to warm up prior to the session. Guitar players should set up the intonation on their instruments and break in strings. Drummers should tune their drums and replace heads if need be.

Q: What DAW do you use for Mix Coaching?

A: I use Pro Tools, but also have Abelton, and Logic Pro X available. I usually like to Load your stems in Pro Tools, and all of the info I teach you is universal throughout all platforms.  

Q: Do you teach people how to record music as well?

A: Yes, I have an apprentice program which is an in-person learning session where I will show you how to record music. We will cover everything including music production. I do recommend that if you want to learn how to mix, to use my online mix coaching platform.