I look to find what a song needs in order to have the message of the song come across clearly to the audience. It’s what I’ve learned to do with the 3 tracks and upcoming EP that I have self-released, -produced, -engineered and performed. I’m unique and thoughtful in my approach. Let’s collaborate and make something special!
Guitarist for 20 years with a focus in classical, rock, and indie. Seasoned performer and solo artist based in Philadelphia, PA.
-Acoustic guitar tracks
-Classical guitar tracks
-Electric guitar tracks (rhythm, lead, ambient, slide)
-Mixing individual tracks and albums
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4 ReviewsEndorse Tim Weaver
Absolutely loved working with Tim. The biggest thing that separates him from anyone else is his genuine care for the final product. He’ll put the necessary time in to get the job done right. Would work with him again without a doubt.
Not only is Tim an amazing writer, player and producer but he is also an absolute pleasure to work with. It can be hard to find someone that has all of the skills you're looking for that you also like to hang out with. Tim has played on a handful of my songs in the studio and I have no intentions of using anyone else as long as he's available. Nothing but top notch skill and professionalism from this guy.
Tim is an amazing musician and a great human being. We played together at a few gigs, and he learned my songs in no time. He was always super accommodating and willing to go the extra mile. I can’t wait to have another gig so that we can play together again. Thanks, Tim!
Tim brings a great deal of professionalism and attention to detail to each project he takes on. He has provided electric guitar parts as well as editing and production to a podcast I host. In both areas he is prompt and effective. He goes above and beyond expectation.
Interview with Tim Weaver
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: While I love the thrill of nailing a part or mix on the first try, that rarely happens. I love collaborating until we get it right. It's annoying sometimes, but when the client and I keep searching for the right thing and then find it that's when I feel the most joy.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Who are you listening to? What feeling are you trying to convey? Are you finalized in style or do you need a few options from me?
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Organize, organize, organize! If you're not labeling, color-coding, using markers or arrangement tabs in your DAW, then you're making the work that much harder for you and your team. Save yourself time and make sure everything is meticulously labeled down to the sample rate.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I take pride in comprehending what my client is looking for and needing for a project. I actively listen to a client's needs and research extensively what type of sound they are looking for to provide the best product I can.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Will Yip, David Bazan, Derek Webb, Bon Iver, and
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: My work consists of tracking guitars (whether it be rock, acoustic, or heavy) and mixing projects. I'm also a commissioned songwriter.