Thanks for checking out my page, I look forward to collaborating with you! I am a studio, and touring guitarist based in New York City. My credits include Earl Klugh (Grammy Award winner), Annaleigh Ashford (Tony Award winner), Come From Away (1st National Tour), The Wrong Man (Off-Broadway).
GUITARS - MANDOLIN - BANJO - IRISH BOUZOUKI - OTHER THINGS W/STRINGS
My job is to make your song radio ready and competitive in the market. Therefore, booking a session with me will include as many guitar parts as we need to accomplish this. In addition to electric and acoustic guitars, I can also add instruments such as mandolin, banjo, and Irish bouzouki. I specialize in "things with strings," so if there's an instrument that you want on your song, just ask, and I'll see if I can make it happen.
What you get: Individual WAV files of each part so you can have control of your song's mix. I will also send you a rough mix to show you my thought process and how each part interacts in the mix.
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
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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.