I am a Boston based producer and session drummer currently attending Berklee College of Music; where I will graduate from in less than a year. I specialize in pop/hybrid productions (pop, dance, hip-hop) and folk music, and I am looking to take your music to the next level.


As a producer I can either take your demo to a finished and polished master, or provide you with tracks/beats for your next project. I work closely with very skilled songwriters in Boston and around the country to come up with ideas for songs. With clients based in Boston, New York, LA, and Nashville; I assure you that distance and communication will not be an issue when working with me.

While I specialize in electronic music (including pop, dance, hip-hop, etc), I also have a great amount of experience with folk music. I have a keen ear for these styles, and I work closely with my artist to create a piece of work that is truly genuine, relevant, and something they can call their own.

Session Drumming:

As a drummer, I specialize in folk, singer-songwriter, alternative, and country music. I love collaborating with the artist and producer to come up with a drum part that perfectly compliments the vocal. Whether the song calls for a part that is more intricate and creative, or just something simple; I am confident that I will be able to create a solid foundation for your song. If you are unable to get me to your session, I am also able to record drums and send the audio to you.

Thank you for checking out my Soundbetter page, I look forward to working with you.


My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Adam A5x Studio Monitors
  • Native Instruments Komplete
  • Apogee Duet
  • Pro Tools
  • Logic Pro
  • Ludwig Signet Drum Kit
  • Assortment of multiple Zildjian Cymbals

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

3 Revisions for Beats/Programmed Drums
3 Revisions for Editing/Comping
Turn Around of 7-10 Days for Beat Making

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Interview with Harry Burr

What questions do you ask prospective clients?
How do you view yourself as an artist? What is the song about? What inspired you to write this song? Where do you feel like the song needs to go stylistically? Are you open to new ideas? Are you willing to experiment and try out a few different ideas? If you were to compare yourself to any well-known artist who would it be, and why?
How would you describe your style?
I would describe my style as edgy. If the artist is okay with it, I like to experiment and push my productions to a place that we might never have thought it would go. I love when something really original comes together and the artist and I are both pleasantly surprised by the result.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I typically work on Pop/Electronic music. I try my best to bring something original to the track, while making it something that a large audience could appreciate. I think being able to speak the language of the non-musician is extremely important. Ideally, the song has to be able to have an impact on the listener through the whole production with a focus on the the vocal and lyrics. This is something hard to accomplish in pop music because it can be easy to accidentally over-focus on a beat that sounds cool rather than a whole production that sounds true and creates an emotional response.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
The most common type of work I do for clients is a full production. The artist usually sends me a demo and gives me an idea of where they want the song to go style-wise. I usually put together a few ideas, and perhaps change the form in a way that I think will help the song have more of an impact. If the artist likes an idea, I will finish up the beat or will gather together session players for the live tracking and overdubs. After this is all done, the next step is the vocal. I want to make sure that the lyrics and vocal performance can have as much of an impact as they possibly can. Final adjustments may be made after the final vocals are recorded (this is actually quite common when I make a beat without a vocal topline), and the tracks are sent to be mixed by someone I trust with that style of music.