My name is Chris Val and I am a Hip Hop/R&B producer in the Connecticut/New York area. I have been producing Hip Hop and R&B for five years now. My strength as a producer comes from the emotions you want to convey in your record. Music is all about people and I specialize in relaying your emotions and character through your music.

If you're looking for great melody's chord progression and a beat that grooves, I am your man. No one likes boring music and I am currently developing a sound to bring emotion and feeling back into this genre. Let's do this together!

Would love to hear from you. Click the contact button above to get in touch.

Gear highlights

  • Komplete
  • Saffire Pro 40
  • Blue BlueBird
  • DBX 160a
  • FL Studio
  • Logic Pro X
  • GIK Acoustics
  • Rokit KRK's

Genres I specialize in

Reviews of Chris "ReVeil" Val

  • Verified ReviewDefault-avatar5 months agoby

    Chris did a great job taking a song with an ok rhythm track and turning it into something really interesting and new. He took it in a direction I never would have thought of going. I would definitely recommend him.

  • Verified ReviewListing_thumb_plusamanagementabout 1 year agoby

    Chris is a talented beatmaker and producer. He has The outmost respect For your vision and is always willing to help. Great quality, great work ethics, great music. What else could You need? Highly recommended.

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    Chris is one of the very few producers I've considered partnering with. His work ethic is nothing short of impeccable. He has a drive to deliver the best quality on time, every time. He shows great creativity and he believes in what he's doing. The track we created is astonishing and would not have been possible without his direction a talents.

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    Very hard working professional. Chris "ReVeil" Val easily separates the difference between just being a beat maker and producing quality music. Outstanding vision and great at putting the pieces together to connect with the listener in a special way!

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    I'm Royal Rhymez and I had the pleasure of working with Reveil on a song called "Crazy" and I've also seen his work with Onour, and his work is amazing! His attention to detail and commitment to making a great song, make for the quality material he produces. I would highly recommend him and look forward to working on future projects with him

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    Ivery worked with Reveil from the very beginning. His 1st beat he has ever made to his 1st recording and mixing. I would have to honestly say that his growth has been a phenomenal transformation. He has taken my vision and has made them into reality. The great thing about Chris is that he will take your vision and his and create a masterpiece.

  • Listing_thumb_jwa_5551over 1 year agoby

    I have worked with Chris on a few of his productions and he definitely has a great ear for the style and needs of the artist. You won't get 8 bar loops with this guy. He's the real deal all around!

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Interview with Chris "ReVeil" Val

Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
Josh Woods, a heck of a producer and one of the best mix engineers I know. Outstanding all around.
Analog or digital and why?
Both! You can't replace the sound of analog, just isn't possible. However, that doesn't take away from the sound that you are able to get through the digital realm as well.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
My promise to my clients is that you won't find a producer who will work harder or be more diligent with their music. I will consistently meet deadlines and and hopefully pass expectations.
What do you like most about your job?
We're are able to be creative. We are in a world with no rules and you can make whatever your ear desires. There are no limitations, just what you want to express through sound.
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
Most common questions are turn around time, prices and if I know people to feature.
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
The biggest misconceptions about what I do are universal misconceptions of recording and audio. The better the performance/ recording the better it comes out. If it doesn't go in well, it won't come out how you want it.
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
I would ask them how long they have been into their craft for, what their goals and expectations are long term and short term. I would also ask to listen to some previous work. If I feel the client is dedicated, has an ear and talent for their craft, I would be willing to work with them.
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Advice I would give is to be a good communicator. Some one who can relay their thoughts and emotions adaquetly. I advise them to have a goal in mind and what they want to accomplish in hiring a provider like myself. For instance, do they themselves have a thought out plan on how they are going to invest in their product as well as profit from their product.
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
I have been producing music for 4 years now and have been playing music for 10 years now. My career path is music.
How would you describe your style?
I would describe my style as very musical hip hop. A track with a very "musical" arrangement which consists of more than an 8 bar loop. I do like to mix eras between what is out now and what was very big during the late 90's and early to mid 2000 era.
Which artist would you like to work with and why?
I am willing to work with any artist who is serious about their craft. Serious in improving their artistry and someone who really cares about their music. A dedicated musician I will always be open to work with.
Can you share one music production tip?
Best music production tip I can give is to invest in yourself. Learn theory, learn how to play an instrument and listen to EVERYTHING. In all that, don't forget to be yourself and make music which comes from a place of inspiration and not a place of conformity.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I mostly work on Hip Hop and RnB but work on pop as well.
What's your strongest skill?
I think my strongest skill set is to accomplish the emotion in a song which the artist is looking for. The ability to understand the artist and what needs to be conveyed through their emotion.
What do you bring to a song?
I am able to bring productions that capture great emotion as well as bring vision and clarity.
Tell us about your studio setup.
My studio set up consists of Rockit Krk's, saffire pro 40, DBXa analog compressor, Komplete 9, Blue Blu Bird microphone and GIK Acoustic treatment.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Lots of my inspiration comes from CHH producers such as GAWVY, Dirty Rice and Joseph Prielozny.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Most common type of work done would be Hip Hop/ RnB production.