Seth Jeremy Productions

Music Producer,

6 Reviews
Seth Jeremy Productions on SoundBetter

Seth Jeremy Productions has been creating for over thirty years. My goal is too make your product/song sound as awesome as it can be. I'm a skilled producer and engineer by being able to write and arrange as a composer while also being able to sing harmonies, play piano, horn parts, guitar,

What help do you need?
Please let me know more about your project.

I can guide you from an idea to a finished product as an audio engineer, or producer. Arranging the instruments, song structure, and full-fledged orchestration as well as edit your vocals and coach you to create a lead vocal that is mind-boggling and amazing. I’ll help you tune the notes that are hard to hit. I can perform backup vocals, play horn parts, piano, guitar and studio schedule any other instruments that you might need to bring to a larger studio.
I also can work with most main DAW's including pro tools, and logic.

Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.

6 Reviews

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  1. Review by Jenn Guess
    by Jenn Guess

    I started working with Seth in 2016 because I wanted to work with a producer to help enhance some of the songs I had written. The whole experience continues to exceed my expectations. Seth has wonderful festive ideas, is skilled at a plethora of instruments, and is able to create unique sounds that fit the songs perfectly. He is also extremely patient and easy to work with. He is able to walk the thin line of making an artist happy and at the same time adding his valuable opinion.

  2. Review by Andres Manzanilla
    by Andres Manzanilla

    My man Seth! He is a very talented multi-instrumentalist with a great vision for production. I've worked with him mixing some of his projects and they're always very good productions but most important he understand what a SONG is. Concept, feeling and vibe always present. And he is a great human.

  3. Review by Dwight Thompson
    by Dwight Thompson

    Seth wrote and recorded a commercial jingle for our children's clothing brand. It was perfect. He really captured the concept of our brand through music. I highly recommend Seth if you want someone REAL to work with.

  4. Review by Nico Staub
    by Nico Staub

    Seth is talented, creative, and fun to work with. His production abilities are unique and vast. One of a kind

  5. Review by Max Benoit
    by Max Benoit

    Seth is fun, energetic, and creative talent to work with! Super patient as well! He is a hit maker that anyone would be blessed to work with.

  6. Review by darryl swann
    by darryl swann

    Hey there, just wanna add that Seth is a very musical, and friendly person. Very professional and prompt as well. I've worked w Seth for many years and endorse him highly. Solid dude.

    Darryl Swann

Interview with Seth Jeremy Productions

  1. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  2. A: Is there anyway to make this go faster? I can go as fast as the product goes, and as fast as it takes for us to work together making something were both proud of. Why Is this taking so long? Well usually on big pop productions there is sometimes a team of producers, I'm just one person creating the whole production. Can you do this portion for free? I can not this is my livelihood and I have worked very hard to get here. No to all of them......Honestly yes I'm being hired for a job, I'll move as quickly as possible. Although, sometimes honestly moving slower gets the job done right. We're creating art. Do you tell a tattoo artist to move quicker? no because that will be there for life. Well if you want to move someones emotions or make them listen then you have to make as awesome as an amazing tattoo.

  3. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  4. A: To become a professional touring musician and Producer. I have been doing this for over thirty years.

  5. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  6. A: That the vocal performance is the most important and that the emotion is there, that it's polished enough but not too polished. Sometimes in our decade the imperfections are missing and that's sometimes the best part because that's where the emotion lies.

  7. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  8. A: I've worked on all genres there's nothing that's off limits. I focus on hip-hop, pop, dance and rok.

  9. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  10. A: I am a one stop shop. I can play piano, guitar, saxophone, vocals, clarinet, produce, audio engineer, sound design, record, adr, foley, sfx, mix, master, arrange, compose, vocal coach, vocal comp, program, orchestration, co-produce, write out charts, lyricist, and everything in between.

  11. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  12. A: Most work that I get to finish that the client is happy I'm proud of, because that's what I was there to do. For most of my work I usually end up using everyone of my skill sets.

  13. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  14. A: A personal project that goes everywhere from rock, pop, country, hip-hop it's a wide mix in the pot. Client work that goes everything from comedy, country, hip-hop, pop, adr, foley, mixing, film scoring

  15. Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?

  16. A: Not currently but I'm hoping to meet more SoundBetter workers so I can do that.

  17. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  18. A: Both have a place in the world and honestly depends what equipment is around and what you have a budget for, and how great of a musician you are. Obviously if you don't require much editing,are super confident, and money's not an issue Analog.

  19. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  20. A: I try not to make a promise to clients, but I promise to work as hard as possible and try to make there every possible dream come true

  21. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  22. A: Seeing the eyes on a clients face when they hit a note they haven't before, or hearing something that they thought was not possible. Or having there product turn out a million times better then what they thought.

  23. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  24. A: That I Just sit and do nothing but turn a dial or wait until something magical happens.

  25. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  26. A: -What goal(s) are you wanting to accomplish? -Have you had much experience in a studio? -What makes you most comfortable when recording? -what do you want this to sound like, do you have an example?

  27. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  28. A: To have a achievable goal in mind, to know what you want to accomplish and within what time frame you would like to finish it in.

  29. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  30. A: Assuming the island has electricity? Well Logic Pro or something to record to that's easy to edit. Baldwin Piano Good Condenser Microphone Vocoder or an awesome synth Saxophone

  31. Q: How would you describe your style?

  32. A: “Seth Jeremy has such an eclectic music mind. His creative approach is raw and UN-orthodox, yet refreshingly simplistic. Seth is a pure artist and has a incredibly-open, objective ear. He is open to all types of music, which gives him a deep gene-pool to draw from. I see SJ only growing as an artist as time goes on (Darryl Swann, Grammy producer).

  33. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  34. A: So many but probably someone like Beck, or The Postal Service, or a hidden gem local artist that is willing to be molded and take chances.

  35. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  36. A: Caring about the product, song and quality of my work whether that's as simple as a couple chords or a crazy synth part to how a vocal sits in a mix.

  37. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  38. A: I bring an emotional approach to each song, treating each one like it's a baby that's being shared and being taken care of. Meaning I wonder what the song needs and what it doesn't need. Does the country song really need to have electronic drums?(sarcasm induced) or maybe it does..... At the end of the day the writing/structure/song message of a song is the most important aspect and with that it will make any production or re-mix shine.

  39. Q: What's your typical work process?

  40. A: Each work process is different whether it's working on ADR, or vocal tuning, editing, vocal coaching, producing, writing horn parts, recording piano, finding drops for a hip-hop song. I tailor each session to the needs of the clients goals and what needs to be done

  41. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  42. A: I have everything from a multiple speaker setups for iphone listening, paradigm listening speakers, maudio, krk's. Headphone Amp,Focusrite 8 channel, Furman Conditioner, Tasmine Acoustic Git, Fender Strat, Cannonball Saxophone, Yamaha S-90, Baldwin Upright Piano, Novation Vocoder, , Fender Jazz Bass, Diezel amp, Hughes and Ketner, and other various amps, Karma Large and Small Condenser mics, Vocal Booth with separate screen, Yamaha Clarinet, many plugins,

  43. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  44. A: I look up to a lot of musicians/producers including Cavlin Harris, Bjork, Eminem, Dr.Dre, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Rick Ruben, Phil Spector, Beck, Mozart, Flaming LIps, Dr. John, Max Martin, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, George Martin, Nigel Godrich, Jim O' Rourke, Sigur Ros, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters

Appetite; Seth Jeremy Productions

I was the Mixing Engineer, Producer in this production

Terms Of Service

Contact me to discuss, each project is different and I don't see any artist as alike.
24hrs notice if you need to re-schedule.
Turn around time is based on amount of work.
Cost based on the same.

GenresSounds Like
  • Calvin Harris
  • Beck
  • Eminem
Gear Highlights
  • Focusrite 8 channel
  • Furman Conditioner
  • KRK
  • Tasmine Acoustic Git
  • Fender Strat
  • Cannonball Saxophone
  • Yamaha S-90
  • Novation Vocoder
  • Karma Large and Small Condensor mics
  • Vocal Booth with seperate screen
  • Yamaha Clarinet
  • many plugins
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