Ari & Tor are a songwriting and production duo who specialize in Pop and EDM. Their work has been praised by Max Martin (Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry), Shellback (Maroon 5, Adele, Ellie Goulding), and Martin Garrix. They have also worked with Audien. Both are recent graduates from Berklee College of Music.
With us you get a one-stop shop for vocals, toplines, and music production! We provide emotional, unique, professional sounding songs with quality demo vocals very quickly. Ari has 15+ years of singing experience and 7+ years of songwriting experience. Tor is a drummer and has 6+ years of production experience.
Specialties: Pop & EDM. However, we each have worked on songs that are other styles such as R&B, latin pop, pop/country, and hip hop.
*We are flexible with budgets so please don't hesitate to reach out! :)
Services we offer:
-Lead Vocal Tuned & Comped with Processing
-Background Vocals, Doubles & Ad Libs (can sing in both English & Spanish)
-Anonymous/ Uncredited Vocal
-Featured/ Released Vocal under artist name Ari Vogue
-We provide vocal mixes, tuning, and editing for others as well
-Atmospheric EDM Vocal Hooks
-Chorus Vocal Hook
-We provide lyrics, topline vocal melodies, and/or chords for others as well
-Anonymous/ Uncredited Production
-Featured/ Released Production under producer name Tor Eimon
*25% expedite fee for projects needed in 48 hours or less.
Thank you for viewing our page and we look forward to working with you! :)
- Ari & Tor
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Interview with Ari & Tor
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What are your reference songs? When is your preferred deadline? Vocals: - What tone of voice are you looking for? Production: - Is this for a demo or release? - Is this for a ghost production or collaboration/released under my artist name Tor Eimon? - Do you want it mixed and mastered (for an extra cost)? - What is the desired song length (approximately)?
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Take risks and be creative. Try sampling sounds that you hear in your everyday life, record them (even just on your phone), import them into your favorite DAW, and process the sounds so that they fit in your production but sound like something different. One of my favorite things to do is take a second to be more aware of ordinary sounds in your life that you tune out because you hear it all the time and create a drum sample out of it. For example, a door sound can be a kick/stomp sample, or pitched up and shortened it can be a snare drum layer after adding some distortion, or pots and pans clanging together can be a percussion loop to glue together a groove.