Podcasts, vlogs, and short films, B.Naids instrumental rock tunes have been featured in art projects of all genres and topics.
Music is, and always will be, my biggest passion. It has been an active part of my life for over 20 years and I got a big tattoo of my first guitar tattooed on my ribs to ensure it remains that way. I originally started with drum lessons in 2nd grade as well as the cello in 3rd grade, but it was when I picked up my dad's guitar in 4th that my spark for music really took off.
Over the years, I have started several bands, played shows across the east coast, and then in my free time, I will create my own instrumental rock songs where I play all of the instruments and create songs for other artists and entrepreneurs.
I greatly enjoy collaborating on projects and helping others reach their goals and accomplish their dreams while doing what I love. I will work with you one and one, quickly and efficiently, to put together the perfect track for your needs. We will work closely to ensure it aligns with your vision and compliments your final product. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to be a partner in your next project.
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Interview with B. Naids
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I have done several opening jingles for podcasts and vlogs as well as created background music for America Ninja Warrior entry videos and short films.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Dave Grohl is one of my musical heroes with his creativity and song writing abilities. I am also strongly inspired by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd who paved the way for my guitar solos.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: The first step is always getting to know each other and obtain a background of the project and the requirements. I like to review audio samples of what they envision the end product to sound like so I have some solid inspiration. I will then work on a first draft for review before going back and fine tuning to your comments.