I write mainly emo trap rock style beats at the moment (think Lil Peep, XXXTentacion etc.) but I also write many other styles of music from ambient soundscapes through to pure shameless pop. I record all the music in my tracks myself so no headaches over getting samples cleared.
I DJ and have 2 signed bands that I've toured globally with - Crushed Beaks & 13XL. In my downtime, I love taking on music projects of all sorts.
Previous projects include: song writing/producing for a mixture of bands and solo artists signed to major labels such as Island and Black Butter through to new emerging independent artists; mixing tracks; writing compositions for film & moving image; writing compositions for choirs and orchestras; sound design.
I'm used to working with a variety of clients such as singer/ songwriters, advertising agencies, brands, radio stations, production houses, instrumentalists and students.
I have my own studio so can invite clients over (pending Corona restrictions!) or we can work remotely, whatever you prefer.
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Interview with Lawrence Sanchez
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I own my own studio with a control room and separate live room big enough to record full bands and ensembles. I have a whole bunch of synths including an Access Virus TI2, vintage Casiotone 610, Teisco 1107, Korg Polysix, Novation Ultranova and a full size weighted keys Yamaha P60. Guitars: 2x Fender telecasters (one double humbucker and one standard pickups), a 1982 Aria Pro Series 2 Carnival, a rare Yamaha SA503 Troy Van Leeuwen Signature and a few acoustic guitars including traditional spanish and steel stringed styles. Bass guitars: Gibson EB13, Burns London Bison Bass, vintage Vox short scale Bassmaster. Mics: Neumann KMS105, Neumann TLM102, Rode NT2a, sE Electronics sE1a matching pair, 2x Shure SM58, 2x Shure Beta 58, Shure SM57, vintage Shure unidyne model 55, Beyerdynamic M 88 TG. Main soundcard: Focusrite Thunderbolt 8PreX. Monitors: 2x Adam A7x, 2x Genelec 8030. Other bits: Native Instruments maschine mk3. Software: Pro Tools, Ableton, Cubase, Max MSP, Sibelius, Wwise, Waves bundle, GRM tools, various other plugins
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Typically I begin with questioning the client for their requests for the track. This includes styles, subjects and delivery. I then listen to the instrumental provided for a decent amount of time and freestyle melodies right then. After a few rough recordings I'll revise and structure my lyrics. Then I will come with the final reference track. A reference track and lyrics are sent to a client.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am inspired by Lil Druk, Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Xxxtentacion, and more.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common type of work I do for my clients is ghost writing. Typically I provide a reference track and lyrics within a week of time.