I provide professional Music Production services at affordable prices! I want to bring your ideas to life, whether that means nailing an established sound or helping you create something entirely unique.
I'm a producer, engineer, and multi-instrumentalist with extensive education in music. I have a passion for detail and never take on a project that I won't complete to the absolute best of my ability. With significant experience in a wide range of genres, styles, and instruments, I can make the sound you have in your head a reality!
I provide the following services:
Instrumental Tracks and Beats - Creating custom instrumentals is my specialty! Give me a reference song, artist, or genre and I'll give you a comparable, top-line ready track.
Production - I can take your demo recordings and make them radio-ready. Whether you're after a stripped-down and intimate acoustic recording or a club-ready banger, we can make it happen.
Mixing - I can handle anything from solo instrumentals to full hybrid-orchestral scores.
Editing - Tuning, noise reduction, and time correction for vocals and instruments. Even your next "zoom orchestra" recording!
Instrumental Parts - I offer live or programmed drums, world percussion, electric bass, piano, keyboards, synths, guitar and ukulele. Any style is welcome!
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2 ReviewsEndorse Peach Row Productions
Not only is Chris (Peach Row) an excellent drummer, producer, writer, and multi-instrumentalist, he is one of the best collaborators you could ask for! He is extremely knowledgeable and detail-oriented, but also one of the most approachable musicians I've ever met! He truly seems excited about doing what he can to serve the music and project. That kind of genuine and giving spirit can be hard to find with musicians at such a high caliber, but that's Chris! 20 out of 10!
Chris is an exceptional musician and producer. He handled my project with patience and attention to detail. He was also super easy to work with, and very creative. I feel like he took the time to understand my vision for the music and helped me create something even better than I’d initially thought possible. I highly recommend him.
Interview with Peach Row Productions
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: I recently released my first solo project, an EP called "Nowhere To Be." I composed, produced and mixed all of it, which was difficult but also very rewarding. I love collaborating but every now and then its nice to have a chance to make every decision for yourself. Whether thats good or bad for the final product is up for debate!
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: When I'm not doing production work for clients I write and produce music for TV / Film / Ads! Its great experience to work in different genres and focus solely on capturing the right vibe for a scene. Another solo release is in the works as well, a full album this time!
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Ethan Stalbaum for all things guitar, Vaughn Faison for vocals and top-lining. Both are incredible musicians and great people too!
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Ideally both! I think combining the flexibility and limitlessness of digital with the warmth and fullness of analog is truly the sweet spot at this moment in time.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Doing something different every day! Even though its all "music," every single project feels unique and provides some opportunity to experiment with something new.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What got you into music? What artists do you absolutely love? What's your end goal for this project?
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I got started as a drummer when I was very young, and by high-school had picked up a few other instruments and knew I wanted to pursue a career in music. I got a degree in Jazz Drumset, but spent many hours during those years learning Logic and writing songs. After school I got deeper and deeper into production and engineering, and now 6 years later I'm doing both full time! I still perform locally when I can, but I found my true passion on the "other side of the glass."
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Get the ideas down first, THEN edit and refine them. So many producers and writers get bogged down with minor details before they have even the roughest outline. If you get a solid framework built, the details will follow.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I think I have equally solid footing in both the "art" side of music and the "science" side. I have a ton of experience as both a performer and composer, so I understand how to make and execute the choices that affect the emotions of the listener. But I also have a deep and detailed knowledge of the tools and tech, so I can make sure those artistic choices translate as well as possible to the recorded medium.