One stop shop for all production and post production needs.
JARC Audio specializes in music production and audio engineering including tracking, editing, mixing, and mastering. Whatever it is you are looking for in order to get your music to the next level, I can help you get there. I've worked with artists and bands in Central Texas, ranging from hip hop, r&b, pop, alternative, and metal instrumentalists. Whether it be a custom production built to your need to help bring you song to life or a top level mix and/or master to prepare that song for streaming and radio... you came to the right place.
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Jesse has helped me reach another element with my music and has mentored me into the artist/engineer I am becoming today. He has made an amazing beat for one of my songs just based on references I gave him and how I wanted it exactly. He is an experienced and talented engineer and producer. I trust his input and always have a great time in the studio with him no matter what is going on. I will definitely be back to collab with him in the future.
Interview with JARC Audio
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: I always ask for reference tracks on any key sounds or sections that you would like to implement in your tracks. A "dark" sound to you could be a "warm" sound to me. I'd prefer to hear exactly what is being talked about so we can be on the same page always!
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I tend to lean toward darker, sad music. Not necessarily meaning that all the music I make is down tempo, tear jerking music, but I've always been a fan of songs in a major key being able to have a deeper message outside of the happy sound that comes from those keys.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Tie between The 1975 and The Weeknd. Both artists I look up to due to their production elements and how they've pushed boundaries in their respective genres.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Parallel Distortion using iZotope Trash on any bass. That's it. That's the tip. You're welcome.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I am a big fan of modern pop and R&B music. I like working with tracks with complex and layered arrangements and I find these two genres and all their sub genres allow for these massive tracks even when they are intimate to the ear.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Whether it be starting a song from scratch or finalizing a song for mass distribution, I've handled all sorts of projects over the past several years. Custom production for raw ideas that artists come to me with is challenging in all the best ways and I enjoy working that process out with the artist.