As of 6/25/2020 you will get a fast turn around (24hrs) and a 8/12/16 Bar verse for $200,IF you leave a review. This includes no changes/reviews etc I am a rapper, specializing in Pop, HipHop, EDM, aswell as my favourite - Afro-Swing and Afro Beats music. Super proud of UK Music. Can't wait to get back to touring!
I love what I do, I am multifaceted as an artist and as I have worked in production for a while now I feel I bring a lot to the table when "upgrading" a song with me on it
Luckily for me the producer who taught me production has over 1B views so I am confident in a studio situation with my creative and technical choices!
Mic - Neumann TLM 102,
Pre Amp - Avalon VT 737 SP
DAW - Pro Tools 12
Plugins - CL1b, LA2A, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor, Waves, 1176, R Vox
What I'll do:
I will send over you a verse, backing vocals and adlibs with a reference (unmixed) mp3 so that you can hear the direction & intention. I do not have time to write out lyrics. Therefore to do so will be charged.
I am new to Soundbetter and therefore am looking for like minded producers and engineers to work with also at a professional level.
Note: 1. Split Sheets will need to be signed before ANY release (soundcloud, spotify, itunes, youtube etc)
2. Any feature I take part in, you and your team & whomever involved agree to have our collaboration professionally mixed and mastered to what is known to the industry as a "radio ready" standard.
3. Failure to do follow 'Note 2.' will lead to removal of the feature done by 04M and no monies will be returned.
Send me a note through the contact button above.
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Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Honestly, most people I work with inspire me. It's obvious because they work with the biggest and the best in the industry and it's awesome to be in the studio with multi-platinum and grammy nominated producers and artists! I feel that company is contagious so I always aim to put my self around the best and am always innovating so that I can remain true to what I love but also keep a modern sound I recently got told by Masta Ace (Eminem, MF Doom, Big Daddy Kane +more) that he thought my song was dope which was really inspiring - I used to listen to him AGES ago!
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: I am proud of everything I do. I only work with people that inspire me and bring the best out of me. That is probably why I am proud. Even if the song didn't get released on the label before the album, or if the art work doesn't come out as good as you hoped. It was the intention that matters. I am always proud of my efforts because that is what I am consistent in taking action in. My biggest inspiration was Kobe Bryant and I feel that if you are doing 100% and building people up and helping them achieve their goals then you will always somewhat be proud (even if you don't recognize it)
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: Can't say....;) :P
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Maor Appelbaum his creativity mixed with technological expertise inspires me.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Recording Analog, my friend Irko mixes in the box, Andrew Scheps Mixes in the box.. Got it?
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: To have 150% communication and give you clear files and respond as soon as I am available.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Catching a vibe in the studio, I'm a people person so that has to come first!
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: How are you going to approach this? Sometimes I think I am going a certain way then I get inspired by something else, I find the more specific you are about your goals and the more easy going about how am going to get there the closer the vibe.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Assuming their was electricity, a nice yacht, my girlfriend and a cinema. Not much to be perfectly honest, I'd change gear for company and take some beers and water....and Nachos.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I'd find that really hard. I would say soulful. Because first you get the feels and then you get the inspiration. Music is all about how it makes you feel and if it relates to you. I HAVE to be inspired.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: J Balvin, He was one of the first guys that got me to say "Woah that was incredible what just happened" His combination of flow and tonality really captivates me. Sean Paul also because he is SO versatile and he was on my "child hood radio", "run round the park" music
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: If you are a song writer. Get into production. I feel that I have learnt so many things on structure, emphasis and fitting within the beat rather than ontop of it in my time spent in the studio with amazing producers helping out with that side of things (unoffered VIA this page.)
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: What ever inspires me.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Communication. And it's underestimated
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Honesty, as a songwriter I have heard so many stories about the producer feeling sad and the song ends up coming out about happiness. I always aim to amplify the intended journey and feel produced by the producer or wanted by you and your team!
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Step 1. GREAT Communication and Getting the technicalities out of the way. The better our communication the better the collaboration - Simple! Step 2. Talking with my client about what the ideal collaboration would sound like. Reference tracks etc/Inspiration How were you feeling the day you created this, what vibe do you want? Tell me anything extra that led to the song being created that could inspire me! Step 3. This conversation always sparks an idea in my head, in the words of a great composer "music is a conversation" Inspiration is built off of ease and common established ideas. Step 3. Imma do what I do, I will call you and send you a rough mix when it is done. I don't offer recalls, be clear on your intention and aim with the goal of the song before telling me to record. My flow, and rhythm is tailored to your vibe and energy so the more specific, the better.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My Vocals are recorded with Neumann TLM 102 or 103 depending on the song going in to an Avalon 737-SP Vacuum Tube Pre Amp. I record mostly on Pro Tools 12 as it's the software of my choice