Hi Im Jenny! Versatile vocalist, and topline writer.
*high quality vocal tracking
*I pick up pre-written timing and harmonies easily
*clean & time aligned stems will be delivered
*home studio so turn around time is ASAP
- Project completion 24-72 hours (whatever requested)
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4 ReviewsEndorse Jenny Chapin
ABSOLUTELY amazing songwriter and vocalist. Jenny came up with some great sounding melodies and lyrics off the first go! Would definitely recommend and will be working with her in the future for sure!
Jenny is the best! Super friendly, great personality, awesome voice!!!
Totally loved with Jenny! She has an amazing voice/tone. Very hard worker. Gets things done quickly. Bubbly personality. She’s a GEM!
Jenny was so easy to work with! Love her voice and her tone! Her writing and melodies were perfect for the track, can’t wait to work with her again! Highly recommend !
Interview with Jenny Chapin
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: -cut vocals for pre written songs -topline
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: yes, I know Ellee Duke and Bobby Crane very well, and would recommend them both to my clients.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Honest Pop
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I would love to work with Clean Bandit: Every song/collaboration they have released I have been obsessed with. I love their production and everything about their music JP Saxe: I would love to duet with him on a track- I just love his tone & the honestly and realness that comes out in his music Julia Michaels: Absolutely love her writing style- I would be honored to be able to collaboratively write with her or even just cut one of her tracks
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I do mostly Pop music- being either dance pop, chill pop, country pop, indie pop, and EDM.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I think other people would say my strongest skill is my tone. However, I would say my strongest skill is my ability to connect with the lyrics of a song (whether it be my own, or someone elses), and how I deliver the vocal.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: For starters, I approach every song as if it were my own, and I would be releasing it under my catalogue. I put 100% into every project I work on and give it my all. When recording, I think it is really important to connect with a song emotionally. I think being able to make your listeners connect, will always have a much stronger impact then someone who is just trying to sound good.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Obviously my process will change depending on what I am doing for each project, however, I tend to work In this order: If I am writing a song from scratch, I always lay down melodies first, then once those are set, I will start writing. I try to finish melodies and writing all in one sitting, and then track a quick demo. I then take a little break, and come back and record the final vocal. If I am just recording vocals for someone else's song, I like to sit with it for about a day, or at minimum a few hours, and really get used to the timing, and memorize all the lyrics, so I can record it without having to read it, and so it comes out as naturally as possible.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have 2 studios at my home. So I choose the studio I will be recording in depending on what mic I think will sound best for the project. In one studio I have a Neumann TLM103 mic with a Universal audio LA 610 MKii. In the other studio I have a Shure Sm7B mic with a cloudlifter. I use Apogee interfaces in both studios, and I work on Mac computers with Logic Pro X.