My parents are opera graduates from the Juilliard School of Music in Manhattan, and they trained me throughout my upbringing. I am capable of singing any style of music, and my vocal range is extremely versatile. I have a professional music studio in my home, so my vocals will be recorded with the utmost quality.
I sing with passion and with pride. It is the work of my parents before me and I try to honour them with every track I record.
I have released several pop songs which were written/recorded/produced by me.
I can process my vocals in pro tools, or I can send you raw tracks to work with.
I am also a professional session guitarist, and a guitar teacher with 4+ years of experience and have taught over 50 students.
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Interview with Justin J Moore
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: My style is fun and playful.. yet also somewhat emotional.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Charlie Puth. I think we have a lot in common and would have endless things to talk about. Id love to see his workflow and how he formulates melodies.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Every time you listen to your track, your ears will become numb to more and more elements of the track. Get an un-biased person (preferably a professional) to listen to the track and to be extremely honest. Tell them you want to hear 5 good things and 5 bad things. They will point things out to you that you have become sonically numb to. Its always good to have a fresh pair of ears listen to your song.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on pop-type music. Although my music tends to draw inspiration from R&B, Funk, Jazz, Blues, and rock.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My vocals. I can mold my vocals to match the style of a track. I can sing in almost any way imaginable, and would consider myself an extremely versatile vocalist.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: There's lots of different things that I can bring to a song. I think I have a natural ability to write beautiful melodies. Classical opera boasts some of the best melodies ever written, and I grew up on that music. Its rare to hear opera-inspired melodies in pop, but its beautiful when they merge. I also play guitar, bass, keyboard, and produce so there are lots of different things I can do to move a process forward. I also get extremely inspired and can hardly contain myself when I get into the flow of a song.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: My process is to follow the inspiration and milk it dry. The best ideas come when you are so eager to get something into the daw that you can hardly wait. Whatever calls that out of me is exactly what I follow. Sometimes its a vocal melody, or a drum fill, or a baseline. The song makes itself.. I am simple moving pieces around.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio setup is basic, but effective. I use a Shure KSM 32 condenser mic for my vocals. I have M-50 Audio Technica headphones, Yamaha HS7 monitors, A scarlet 2i2 audio interface, an MOX 6 keyboard, and various basses and guitars.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: As a vocalist, I am inspired by singers who have naturally phenomenal voices. A good example of this is James Blunt. He has a such a unique sound, and his voice is rough and rugged, yet so perfectly brilliant and beautiful. He uses techniques that opera singers would use but he probably doesn't even realize he is doing it. Similar to that is Steve Perry. Steve Perry has one of the best voices I have ever heard. His voice isn't perfect... which is the reason why it's so brilliant. It's the roughness and the raw elements of his voice that stick out to me. I really admire singers who aren't perfect trained... but instead, singers who push their voices to the next level by experimenting live, and by taking risks, and trying new ways of singing things live on stage.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Fundamentally, I am a vocalist.