Jeramy Burchett

Develop songs n beat on stuff

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Jeramy Burchett on SoundBetter

I've worked for Grammy winners, TEC, LA Music and IMA winners. With tone, vibe, personality, precision, decisiveness and experience I have the tools to deliver whatever you need on drums or production. From Pop to Country, Americana to Indie, I've done it all. I love developing a sound with an artist and producer.

As a session drummer, I've played on over 1,000 songs, I have a studio with a vintage console, over 30 snare drums (Including Brady, A&F, Noble & Cooley, Battlefield, Vintage Rogers, Ludwig and Slingerland), 40 cymbals (Including Vintage Zildjian, Sabian, Istanbul, UFIP, Dream), and 5 drum kits (Including 50's Gretsch, 60's Pearl, 70's Ludwig and a modern Custom kit). I have a variety of programing software and sample libraries (including NI Maschine, Arturia Spark, I want that sound, Samplephonics and more). I also love using my Roland SPDSX through guitar pedals to create a unique and special character. As a producer and engineer also, I have the details and big picture all in view to get you what you need for each song.

I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.

17 Reviews

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  1. Review by Keith
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    Jeremy is a consummate pro. I’ve had the pleasure of using him on multiple sessions, and he always shows up with the right gear, and a knack for coming up with great parts. Equally important, he’s a great hang- always a great attitude and super easy to work with!!

  2. Review by Kristina Schell
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    I have had the pleasure of Jeramy producing four of my songs, as well as tracking drums for each of them. He has such a good ear, challenges me to reach my full potential as a songwriter/singer, is an all-around upbeat and genuine individual, and I always know he has my best interest at heart. I highly recommend him!

    Kristina Schell

  3. Review by Tyler Fortier
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    I worked with Jeramy for the first time on an album for Beth Wood in 2017. He has been my go to ever since. His attention to detail is fantastic. He cares about every little drum tone and goes the extra mile to get the right feel and sound for each song/project. He is also a great producer so naturally brings a lot to the table in terms of achieving the right feel for a song which may involve something intricate or might be one well placed cymbal swell. Highly recommend.

  4. Review by Tyler Fortier
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    I worked with Jeramy for the first time on an album for Beth Wood in 2017. He has been my go to ever since. His attention to detail is fantastic. He cares about every little drum tone and goes the extra mile to get the right feel and sound for each song/project. He is also a great producer so naturally brings a lot to the table in terms of achieving the right feel for a song which may involve something intricate or might be one well placed cymbal swell. Highly recommend.

  5. Review by Tyler Fortier
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    I worked with Jeramy for the first time on an album for Beth Wood in 2017. He has been my go to ever since. His attention to detail is fantastic. He cares about every little drum tone and goes the extra mile to get the right feel and sound for each song/project. He is also a great producer so naturally brings a lot to the table in terms of achieving the right feel for a song which may involve something intricate or might be one well placed cymbal swell. Highly recommend.

  6. Review by Matt Salinas
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    Jeramy is a talented, friendly, hardworking professional drummer and producer. I've worked with/for him for several years and consider him to be a highly skilled session/live drummer, producer, engineer. He's been a great asset to every project I've worked with him on! Highly recommended!

  7. Review by Tyler Clarensau
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    Jeremy is a pro. He's easy to work with, gets excited with you for your projects, and his playing/output are top notch. We've done in-person and virtual sessions, and both have been amazing.

  8. Review by Randy O'Dell
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    Long time friend, and performance partner, Jeramy is a professional at everything he does. I would highly recommend him for any project that you may have now, or want to start in the future.

  9. Review by Randy O'Dell
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    Long time friend, and performance partner, Jeramy is a professional at everything he does. I would highly recommend him for any project that you may have now, or want to start in the future.

  10. Review by Randy O'Dell
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    Long time friend, and performance partner, Jeramy is a professional at everything he does. I would highly recommend him for any project that you may have now, or want to start in the future.

  11. Review by Kevin Nettleingham
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    First and foremost Jeramy is a good human-being. Every time I have recorded him in the studio, he has crushed it. Not only in his playing but in his attitude and approach. Have you ever recorded a session player and had them be snarky about ideas thrown around? I have. I don’t like it. You don’t get that from Jeramy, he is kind, gracious, and a fantastic musician. He is a solid choice in every way. Hire him, you won’t be disappointed.

  12. Review by sydney martinez
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    Jeramy is one of the most talented and trustworthy artists out there. You don’t come by such talent so often, and when he plays the drums it’s like a breath of fresh air.

  13. Review by Bart H.
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    Jeramy is top notch in every way... He understands the unique vibes of all styles of music and really studies the ingredients of what go into a style to create that vibe. He’s a great all around instrumentalist and always delivers beyond measure in a timely fashion. You can’t go wrong working with Jeramy! :)

  14. Review by Bart H.
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    Jeramy is top notch in every way... He understands the unique vibes of all styles of music and really studies the ingredients of what go into a style to create that vibe. He’s a great all around instrumentalist and always delivers beyond measure in a timely fashion. You can’t go wrong working with Jeramy! :)

  15. Review by Nathan Botsford
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    Jeramy Burchett is only a phenomenal drummer on the live stage, but equally as good in the studio. I’ve been working with him almost a decade. He has produced most of my work. He is so easy to work with. Strives to get exactly what the artist is wanting while incorporating his own ideas. Which have always been a huge benefit to the song.

  16. Review by Troy Welstad
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    Jeramy has done tons of sessions for and he always crushes it!! Not only an incredible musician but he has such a great ear for tones and he's got an arsenal of drums and gear for any style. He can always get the tones and vibe I'm looking for. His talent as a producer, engineer and overall music maker only make drum sessions easier and the tracks basically finished and ready to drop in the session. I highly recomend Jeramy!

  17. Review by Aaron Meyer
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    Jeramy Burchett has been an incredible asset to my music making, recording, production and my live band. He is currently music directing my band. He helps me with my violin affects. He is a super solid drummer. He has incredible work ethic. He has the best attitude. He is a big vision thinker and big picture planner. He is a leader and a total team player. I am VERY thankful to have his expertise and support in all of my music making.

    Concert Rock Violinist, Aaron Meyer

Interview with Jeramy Burchett

  1. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  2. A: I Co wrote, Produced, played on and mixed an artist named SALYCE. I love artist development and helping them form a plan for their image, release strategy and promotion. Another project I’m proud of is for Concert Rock Violinist Aaron Meyer. The version we did of Mozarts Marriage of Figaro which I co produced co mixed and played drums on is pretty unique.

  3. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  4. A: I’m producing a concert rock violinist, country artist, rock opera and pop artist. I’m also drumming on several Americana, Pop, Rock and Country records

  5. Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?

  6. A: There are some awesome people like Milo Fultz, Tyler Fortier, Matt Greco and Troy Welstad.

  7. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  8. A: I will bring the best I can give you with what I have, who I am and what I've been given.

  9. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  10. A: Q: Can you get me on the radio? A: If your song and performance are good enough, yes!

  11. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  12. A: Some people think that creativity and organization are mutually exclusive. That is not true and especially not for me.

  13. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  14. A: What is your goal? Is this your career? What can I do to make your project better? Do you have a clear vision?

  15. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  16. A: Know what you are looking for before you ask for it. Have references to show. Communicate ideas in practical terms first (I want a deep snare sound on 2 & 4) then more abstract terms (The kick should sound like a tornado in Oklahoma in the third week of fall).

  17. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  18. A: I started as a live drummer in Nashville and moved to Portland, Oregon to explore more creative options. Now I enjoy creativitive expressions that appeal to the masses. I’ve been at it 22 years!

  19. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  20. A: Pre production, pre production, pre production!!! If you don't have a roadmap it can take you forever to get where you want to go. Also, learning how to communicate well with unique personalities and backgrounds is vital.

  21. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  22. A: Country, Pop, Rock, Americana and Indie.

  23. Q: What's your typical work process?

  24. A: For Production: Talk about budget and expectations, Listen to references, Talk through preproduction (Key, tempo, form, arrangement, density of production vs space etc), Lay down scratch tracks with vocal and primary instrument. Start Tracking; Programming, acoustic drums, keys, guitar, bass, aux instruments, strings, brass, lead vocal, background vocals, final touches (all of this of course is based on the arrangement decided) Mix and then Master (Additional funds may be needed for larger production, mix and master) For Drums: Talk through the form, where drums will be in and out, what kind of feel and part, what kind of tones etc.

  25. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  26. A: I Have a UA set up with an Apollo Twin, Apollo and a Octo Satellite. I have an Apogee Rossetta 800 for 8 extra channels of AD/DA. I have a Vintage PM1000 Console that has been modded with Carnhill (NEVE 1073) Input transformers and direct outs on every channel. I Have a Distressor and other secret weapon compressors, as well as over a dozen FX pedals. I use Genelec 1030A monitors and a few other monitoring sources. My business partner (TECAward winner Dean Baskerville) and I have a ridiculous collection of mics including Neumann M50, KM88's KM184, RCA 44, AKG 414 B ULS's, Coles 4038's, Lawson 47, Vintage Unidyne III's, Shure SM 5, Audix SCX 25, AKG D112, Audix D6. Other gear for producing includes; Arturia Micro Brute, Model D, NI Komplete Kontrol, KORG minilogue, Fender Rhodes, Yamaha TX7, Japanese Upright Console mini Piano, Fender Jazz Bass, Fender Fat Strat, Vox AC10, 1967 Fender Princeton, Yamaha 1967 Nippon Gakki Acoustic Gtr, Gretsch Jim Dandy Acoustic.

  27. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  28. A: Both, why not?

  29. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  30. A: People

  31. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  32. A: 59 Gretsch Kick drum, Neumann M50, A&F or Brady Snare, Macbook Pro and UA Apollo

  33. Q: How would you describe your style?

  34. A: Focused, commercial, precise, collaborative, energetic, fun and disciplined.

  35. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  36. A: I'm working with them now. Because they are my best friends and doing music at an extremely high level.

  37. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  38. A: Seeing the big picture and being decisive.

  39. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  40. A: Energy, Vision, Focus , Creativity, Purpose and Quality.

  41. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  42. A: I am deeply inspired by engineers like Tchad Blake and Serban Ghena, producers from John Brion to Dana Huff, and drummers like Darren King and Matt Chamberlain.

  43. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  44. A: I spend most of my time doing drumming sessions or producing for artists doing popular music like Country, Rock, Pop, Americana and Singer songwriters.

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Nate Botsford, Buzzin

I was the Producer, Co Writer, Drummer, Programmer, Co Engineer, Co Mixer Co Master in this production

Terms Of Service

Typical 3-4 day turnaround I ask a lot of questions up front to be able to move quickly, but creativity is a journey and revisions may be needed. I can do 2 revisions then $35 for each one after

GenresSounds Like
  • John Mayer
  • Muse
  • Thomas Rhett
Gear Highlights
  • Vintage Console
  • UA Apollo +
  • Vintage and modern mics
  • 5 kits
  • 30 snares
  • 40 cymbals
  • guitar pedal
  • SPDSX
  • Arturia Spark
  • NI Maschine
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SoundBetter Deal

For your first song with me I'll do drums and percussion for $150

  • COVID 19 Inspired songMay 05, 2020

    I just had the privilege of tracking on a beautiful song by artist Tyler Clarensau. His song was written in response to his daughters worry about what is happening in the world right now during this pandemic. He wisely and artistically reminded the listener "It won't always be this way".