Thanks for checking out my page, I look forward to collaborating with you! I have 6 years of professional studio experience, and I specialize in R&B, Jazz, Pop, Rock, and Film/TV/Video game scores. As a guitar player who also arranges, I am great at creating guitar parts that enhance songs by being mindful of vocal parts, and existing arrangements.
I record electric, acoustic, and nylon string guitar for projects including, but not limited to demos, EPs/albums, Film/TV/Video game scores, and jingles. Typically, we will discuss your vision for the song. I will then track remotely and send you a rough mix via the internet. I will make edits based on your feedback, and you will receive the final parts as individual tracks once you are satisfied with my work. If you prefer to collaborate and work at a local studio, I am happy to discuss details. In addition to guitars, I can also provide mandolin, banjo, and bouzouki parts.
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Interview with Matt Wong
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: First, I have a discussion with my client to get an idea of their vision for the song, and any specific ideas they have for the guitar parts. Next, I listen through the mix that is sent to me. If no chart/lead sheet is provided, then I'll make my own at this point. Then I start brainstorming what tools I will use to achieve the tones that I think are appropriate for the song. At this point, I begin creating the parts. I like to start with the chorus first, and then work on the verses, so I can make sure the chorus is the "biggest" section of the song. I will record as many guitar parts as I think the song needs, while making sure I'm always complementing the vocal, and respecting the existing arrangement.