A simple introduction does not suffice to everything I do. Hello, my name is Ryan and I am a musician with a very high knowledge on the technical side of music. Music has been in my veins my whole life and I began messing with audio at 15 and addicted to the wonders of music. I posses many skills such as Mixing and Mastering along with singing.

Each one of my service and the way I approach projects vary.

For piano, my price all depends on the complexity of the piano you are requesting. For if you request a simple accompaniment, the price is much lower than a 3 layer piano recording. And if you do request sheet music, the price will go up as well, especially if I am working with multiple layers. It is preferred to commission me to do multiple layers, for I can utilize the low and high range on the piano. I use Addictive Keys and a Yamaha P35.

My approach to vocals all varies based off of the instrumental I receive. For if you are requesting high power song, I am not afraid to belt and get loud. My range is D2 - F#5 (The maximum I can go in chest voice is G4) and I can utilize the lower part of my range for lower harmonies if requested (it will cost more for multiple vocal layers). If you need me to write lyrics for the song, I will be more than happy to do so (it is a bit more costly) and I have been writing songs ever since I have had an interest in music.

For vocal tuning, I utilize WavesTune and try to tune for a natural sound. My approach is to make sure every note sounds strong, yet still keep that humanistic element that is sometimes lost during vocal tuning.

More services will be offered in the future as good quality music gear is expensive and needed in order to complete certain jobs.

Gear highlights

  • Yamaha
  • Focusrite
  • MXL

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Since I am a full-time student, my turn around varies. But I will not take on projects I can not handle. I allow up to 2 revisions until I start charging.

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Interview with Ryan Wisesman

Can you share one music production tip?
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.
What's your typical work process?
For piano, I sit at my computer, listen to the song and get the overall feel. I submerge myself into the song and start working on a rough sketch idea on the piano. Then after I get a general idea, I open my DAW and put as much feeling as I can into the project. For vocals, I follow the exact same process. I try to breathe in feeling into the song.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
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.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I do a lot of piano accompaniment work for more laid back tracks along with doing vocals for a variety of genres. Its fun to hear the responses I get from the people I'm fortunate to work with. Doing piano and vocal work is a ton of fun and I like to bring a human element to music