I'm a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, producer, songwriter, and arranger. I love working with all kinds of genres and maximizing what your song has to offer. Let's make some music!
Complete music and audio services at affordable prices! I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
+ Music Production including:
- Playing instruments
~ Guitars: acoustic, electric, bass
~ Piano, synthesizers, keyboards, midi instruments
~ Beat making and acoustic drums
- Singing lead or harmony vocals (can write harmonies)
+ Vocal tuning and production
+ Songwriting (toplines, lyrics, and tracks)
+ Song arrangement
+ Basic mixing & mastering (or you may prefer to send the tracks to a specialist mixing/mastering engineer)
Send me a note through the contact button above.
1 ReviewsEndorse Jordan Genovese
I've worked one two projects with Jordan. She is incredibly professional and efficient. She's committed to fully realizing the sound and concept of your song. Jordan's production is nuanced and she's great at finding moments to add flourishes and those special details you might otherwise overlook. Most of all, she is a positive and funny collaborator and a joy to work with. Highly recommend!
Interview with Jordan Genovese
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Guitars: + Fender Player Stratocaster Maple Fingerboard Electric + Martin DJR2E Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar + Fender Player Precision Bass Mics: + AKG 414 + Shure SM57 + Blue Snowball ( lol >:-) ) Amps/Plugins: + Marshall JCM800 + Marshall Code 50 + Positive Grid Bias FX Pro Plugins: + Waves (e.g., Vocal Rider, Renaissance Vox, CLA-2A ) + EZ Drummer 2 (with Pop and Rock expansion packs) DAW: + Logic Pro X (on iMac Intel Core i7-8850H processor) Speakers: + ADAM Audio AX7 Powered Studio Monitors
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm a huge fan of Jack Antonoff's ability to incorporate diverse influences so seamlessly. I try to do the same in my work. I've been very into incorporating older decade trends into fresh new sounds. I'm a huge fan of 80s synths and song structure. I've also recently gotten into 60s girl group-inspired sounds.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: When I produce with a songwriter, I like to sit down and have a clear idea of what they're going for with their sound, mood, and overall package. Once I feel like I've nailed down exactly what they want, then I feel confident in diving into their project. I like to ask for at least 3 influential tracks to be sure we're on the same page. I like to send frequent mixdowns along the way to keep the client excited and in the loop with what I'm doing.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Add on elements one-by-one. Don't overwhelm the listener. A little goes a long way!
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise to hand you a final product you love. I will work until we get it exactly right. I want you to feel proud and excited to release your music without any hesitation!
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: In a perfect world where we're all rich, analog would be amazing. However, digital work has come so far and I love how it has opened doors for so many new artists who previously were unable to get into production because they were prohibited by cost.