My job is to help to make your song the best it can be through the parts that I add.
I have been working as a session musician since 2005. After working in a variety of studios with clients in person (and continuing to do so), I decided to make my services available to remote clients as well with my own studio. I do a lot of live work too, but I find studio work the most rewarding: being part of that creative process and watching someone light up as their music comes to life.
The styles I get called for the most are (in no specific order): pop, country, americana, various styles of rock, funk, R&B, children's music, hip hop, contemporary Christian music.
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
- Archie Bell
- Johnny Bush
- Lynch Mob
- Mickey Gilley
- Vudu Cafe
- The Wheel Workers
- Chris Gardner
- Kenny Cordray
- Beautiful Contributors
- Concordia Lutheran Church
- River Pointe Church
- Champion Sisters
- Jeff Walton
- Charles "CD" Davis
- Deniz Tek
- Trigger & Some Dudes Named Roy
- Roy Head
- Alicia Gianni
- Second Baptist Church
- Andyroo and the Andyrooniverse
- TX Bob Juarez
- Wild Fire
- Warren Sylvester
- Dave Madden
- Nolan Burke
- Adam Countryman
5 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Tyson Sheth
Tyson again delivers beyond my expectations.
Talent, creativity, communication, performance.
This guy is the real deal.
Tyson not only nailed the latest track but he brought some new and fresh ideas to it. He is so pro at what he does and how he communicates. I will be making this entire album with him.
AWESOME! just awesome... professional and fun, detailed listener, fantastic drummer, great vibe. Really gets to know the song and takes it to the next level. I will be hiring Tyson again.
Running out of words to describe the talent, communication and professionalism that is TYSON The Sheth. I would say that he is truly one of there most musical drummers I have worked with. What he brings to bar 33 in this track is just example of his genius. Thanks you Tyson!
Tyson approach drums with a musicians ear and feel. He displays great attention to detail and he spends the time necessary to make sure you are happy.. He is also just a joy to work with.
Interview with Tyson Sheth
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Creating something.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: I like to know about their influences. If a song has programmed stand-in drums, I like to know how married they are to those parts (and it's totally ok if you are!). If there will be other instruments added later that I won't hear while I'm tracking, I like to know as much as I can about that vision. In cases when there is a score of horn or string parts, I like to see those too.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Don't be afraid to express your ideas in any way. I love having audio references, groove examples, written descriptions, anything to get the ideas across. That is the best way to end up with exactly what you want.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I began my career in music as a studio intern at SugarHill Recording Studios. About 15 years ago, I started transitioning from the engineering side to the performing side and have been there ever since.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I can change gears easily and not look back. I tend to not get attached to drum parts, patterns, styles, or sounds. If I'm asked to try something completely different, that's not a problem.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: In tracking live drums, I try to lay a solid foundation for the rest of the music to sit on. I also try to come up with little "hooky" things, maybe some ear candy, that doesn't get in the way of the song.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I typically start with a short conversation with the artist/client, followed by receiving a demo or a mix of what I would track with. If there is a chart or any written parts or rhythmic figures, I appreciate that as well. Usually a more detailed dialogue would follow regarding specific sounds and parts, along with addressing any questions on my end. Armed with the necessary information and all the proper files, I can get to the recording.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am inspired by musicians who do what I do at the highest level: people such as Jeff Porcaro, Vinnie Colaiuta, Todd Sucherman, Ash Soan, and many others.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Typically, I add live drums and/or live percussion to songs. The songs vary in stages of completion from just a scratch guitar and vocal to a fully produced song just awaiting live drums. I either reproduce a drum part already composed for me by the client, compose a part myself, or something in between.