At Active Light Productions we specialize in composing and recording parts, sounds, and textures for musicians all over the World. We put our full passion in to being creative and innovative on every project we track for.
We use top of the line recording gear and combine both vintage and new instruments to capture any tone and sound you are after. Unlike a lot of session work, we take a new creative approach to every artists project that we are a part of. We currently do session work for acoustic/electric guitar, dobro, slide guitar, moog synthesizers, mellotron, string arrangements, eurorack, fender rhodes, violin, and bass guitar. We are meticulous about sound and always guarantee our work before getting paid.
Sound samples of our session work can be heard at: https://www.activelight.ca/session-work
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Interview with Active Light Session Work
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: For session work we like to collaborate with artists to hear their vision for their song as well as offer suggestions for what we feel the song needs. We typically send sound samples before we do the final recording to get approval on the direction we are going for. We usually edit a final take as well as provide all the stems of everything we recorded to give our clients options. Everything is guaranteed and we will see everything through until all sides are satisfied with the product.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: We love all styles of music and never approach two artists the same way.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: visionary skills and the intuition to hear sounds before they are there and to have the ability to capture it precisely.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: We have the ability to attain a large array of sounds because of all the instruments, effects, and synths we have at our disposal. We like to call what we add as the touches that help bring a song to a radio level.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: We have a professional recording space located in the prairies of Canada.