Anyone that has a recording setup can claim to be an producer or engineer, but what separates the real deal from the fakes is knowing how to make the entire process as comfortable and transparent as possible for the artist. A good engineer knows how to get the sounds you're looking for and needs a deep understanding of musical genres. A good producer needs to have an ear for what works and what doesn't in a recording and needs to be an accomplished musician.
I've been trained by the best teachers in both recording and performance at the best music school in the country, and have extensive experience in both fields. Most local engineers/producers don't have that kind of claim. With good time management, good vibes, and good sound you’ll come out with both a great record and a great experience.
Songwriter looking to flesh out your works into full arrangements? I can serve you, with my knowledge of arranging as well as my playing skills on guitar, bass, keys, ukulele, and violin. I also have ties to some great players around town who could add their talent to your project. Band looking to take your songs to the next level? I can give you the sound you're looking for, as well as provide input on arranging. Whether you want to do a demo for better representation or a full length album I can accommodate your needs and fit your budget.
Listen to some audio examples to get a feel for what I do.
Everyone i've shown the recordings to has loved it! I refer to you as the best kept secret in St. Louis for recording."
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