FAQ

WHAT IS YOUR TYPICAL PROCESS FOR WORKING WITH A NEW CUSTOMER?

I always prefer to have a conversation to discuss the project upfront and determine what the client’s needs are, expectations, budget and timeline. The goal is to make sure that it will be a good fit mutually and establish open communication to avoid anything that might hinder the project from going smoothly.

WHAT EDUCATION AND/OR TRAINING DO YOU HAVE THAT RELATES TO YOUR WORK?

I am primarily self-taught, but have now been recording, engineering and producing various local projects for over 10 years. I also have completed a few mentorship programs in other professional recording studios.

DO YOU HAVE A STANDARD PRICING SYSTEM FOR YOUR SERVICE?

My hourly rates start at $55 (per hour). I am willing and do offer flat project fees as well, but that is determined on many variables which need to be discussed and agreed upon upfront prior to determining the fee.
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WHAT TYPES OF CUSTOMERS DO YOU WORK WITH?

Any artist or person that is open-minded, friendly and challenges me to think of new ways to do things. I have in the past worked mostly with singer-songwriter musicians or rock based bands as well as contemporary Christian and faith-based music. It ranges from full bands that don’t need much help other than for me to just record their sound professionally to artists that don’t have a band but they have the sketches of a good song and they need me for both production and recording. I have also recorded voiceover/audiobook projects and some basic audio restoration as well. I’m open to working with anyone really as long as I know I can offer value, expertise, insight and in the end create a high quality product that everyone is happy with. 

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE A CUSTOMER LOOKING TO WORK WITH YOU?

Everything starts with a conversation. I’m friendly, very humble and easy to talk to so just contact me and let’s discuss your project. From there, we can figure out all the details… from pre-production planning, to managing expectations, timelines and of course budget. Ultimately you have to like and respect the people you are working with in order for a project to go smoothly. It's about the people. Let’s get to know each other a little bit through enough conversation to make sure we’re a good fit… and then let’s get some work done.