I help artists, beatmakers and producers make better songs.
In a nutshell, my clients give me a creative share in their projects and I rearrange (if necessary), mix, and master them into better records. I define a better record as a song that's improved by at least 50% from what the artist/producer originally intended on releasing.
Here's how it works:
Send me your budget, provide me with all the stems of your song, and agree to my 10 point mechanical, sale, and performance royalty with a secondary coproduction credit under your distribution deal. You're responsible for your own marketing, promotion, and distribution. If I decide to personally distribute the record under my platform, you'd agree to an even split among all the collaborators in the project. You maintain the freedom to post the finished product on your platform however you like, with a fair royalty split structure of your choosing. I encourage every client I work with to give proper credit, establish & maintain fair royalties, encourage the success of those they collaborate with, and enjoy the process!
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
3 ReviewsEndorse Lee Suavez
Know this man a year and some change now & can I say the production is worth it. I’ve know to trust this man when I send him a piece of work cause I know im gonna get good results in the end. I’ve grown close to call this man not only a brother of the industry but any brother of mine. Fast pace is always good when it’s needed but with music it’s different. Lee is full of surprises when he’s at the pilot desk and seeing him go at it is inspirational and motivating. Definitely recommend!
You get your money's worth with this guy! He doesn't stop until he's satisfied and whatever he can't do personally he has the resources to get done. I'm at the entry level and never realized how much work goes on behind the scenes! My 2 songs came out better than I ever could've imagined. Top notch work and very professional. Thank you very much Lee!
I came over with an acoustic project and Lee informed me that this genre wasn't his primary field of expertise but he had just the guy to give me the sound I was looking for. Lee introduced me and oversaw the first session. He gave me some advice I never heard before to put into my next song for my EP and turned my project around (recorded mixed and mastered) within 2 weeks! Would recommend again
Interview with Lee Suavez
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: I manage productions, not careers or promotional campaigns. I work remotely on productions and help to develop talent in the studio environment that's necessary to achieve the best possible outcome for the particular project I'm hired to manage.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Stay true to your own experiences, make sure you're enjoying it, and don't do it solely for the clout. If you're enjoying what you do, the clout will come at the right time and the money will come when it needs to. Also, watch your circle. I've seen too many artists and producers fall short of their full potential because of people in their circle holding them back.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I try to keep it as simple as possible. Send me your song and budget, I'll let you know what service(s) I can provide, you'll let me know which one(s) you're interested in, and I'll send you the instructions to get me what I need to make it happen.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My minimalism in my daily life carries over into my career. I'm a big endorser of PreSonus. Aside from that, I like the concept of going to my mechanic and trusting him to do whatever he needs to do with what he has. I've yet to ask him what kind of screwdrivers or wrenches he uses!
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Emo hip hop, rap, R&B, and dancehall
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My ear
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What are your 5 favorite songs of all time and why?
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Work with someone who you feel genuinely enjoys the project you're sending over to them. Speaking from my own personal experiences, I can't work on a project I don't love. Even if there's a provider you're DYING to work with, if your project doesn't hit that nerve in them, the end result will leave you both feeling unfulfilled. The best thing you can do for yourself as well as them is to take it over to someone who can really get into it. You both will be able to really connect and appreciate the end result a lot more than any other type of collaboration.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I fill in what I feel your song is missing. Often times it's subtle, sometimes it's major.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I help them discover a love for their own sound, not anybody else's.