Like astronauts explore space, I explore sound; a sonic space explorer. From writing piano for compositions to creating giant vocal productions, my passion is to push myself to my limits. I try living up to the maximum potential I have, and that is what I care to give here. Below is a description to the services I offer
Piano - This instrument has been under my fingertips for years. The amount of instruction I’ve received is around 6 years. My main strengths are providing support for a composition and writing improvisational piano lines. Any composition I work with, a lead sheet is required so I can follow along
Singing - Melody is a core part to how I sing. This is one of the main elements I try to bring to any song. My range is extensive, covering a little under 4 octaves. My range is commonly used to help provide additional textures through vocal layers, but my main goal is to deliver a performance that sounds good.
Mixing & Mastering - One piece of gear that I highlight with these skills is my SUBPAC M2x, which is a backpack like device that replicates the bass frequencies so I can feel my low end. This allows me to make sure that all the bass elements fit and that everything feels right. This piece of equipment has helped so much of what I do translate well in a club and has been an item of inspiration and innovation for my workflow. My experience has been about 5 years for mixing and master. Commonly I work with others to either mix & master or master a project. I prefer to work as a mastering engineer, however, my skills at mixing are of high quality.
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Interview with Ryan Wisesman
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: So many musicians that inspire me to get up everyday and continue to make music. Some major influences are Sam Tsui, Christina Grimmie, Kurt Hugo Schneider, Andrew Stein, Max Schneider, Basshunter, Periphery. I am inspired by so many, fitting all of the people here would be impossible. Basically, anything that I like and sing to in the car ride influences me.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Make sure to have fun. I think this is one of the biggest tips when it comes to production. For there have been many recordings where I have fun and end up keeping the track. I always delete it, and then I bring the element back in since the recording has life and it just makes the track sound more alive and resonates well with people. If you don't have fun with your projects, you can't give them life.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of my work pertains to mixing and mastering and writing vocals for other projects.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I try to bring my unique sense of melody and characteristics about myself as a musician. This helps encourage others to do the same. The more comfortable you can present yourself in a project, the more the musicians around you want to adapt.