Hello! I'm an acoustic, nylon string and electric guitarist with over 15 years of industry experience working in Nashville and Los Angeles.
I record guitar tracks in my home studio for producers and songwriters. One of my specialties is nylon string guitars for Latin, flamenco, R&B, hip-hop and other styles.
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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I was getting a little desperate. I already had a few very good guitar players who couldn't deliver what I needed for my latin popsong. If it's not really your style it seems to be very difficult to play this in a relaxed way with the right timing and feeling.
Because I didn't want to fund the job without being sure of the result, I asked Robin if he wanted to send me a smal sample of what I needed.
To keep it short ... Robin delivered what I needed and even added some nice touches !
Robin's ability to interpret a concepts structure and add just the right amount of 'color' and texture to the overall idea is a gift.
His Acoustic Gtr. work on this tune elevated the vocal to a whole other level.
Fast turnaround = days ahead of schedule and A+ communication, looking forward to the next one man!
Robin Ghosh is the guitar player you would want for your project. He combines extremely high level of musicianship and versatility. His impeccable work ethic and deep understanding of genres will make any session with him super efficient and musically satisfying.
Robin is hands down the most musical, well rounded, and professional guitarist you can find. As a producer I seek players who understand the song and know exactly what it needs. Robin is one such player. His deep understanding of genres, dedication and taste place him at the very top echelon of session guitarists in the industry.
Interview with Robin Ghosh
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I track acoustic and nylon string guitar, electric bass, electric guitar, mandolin and ukulele on tracks sent to me by producers and songwriters. I also produce acoustic YouTube covers for artists.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Typically, a client will send me a backing track with instructions and sound references. I will then track all the parts and send files back. The process is quick, efficient and streamlined. Steel string guitar, nylon string guitar, ukulele, mandolin and 3-string dulcimer are just some of the instruments I use to give my clients' productions the right sound. Although I specialize in acoustic instruments, I also have a variety of electric guitars, basses and effects at my disposal should your production call for that.
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Mixing engineer Yan Perchuk and pianist/composer Ruslan Sirota
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Emotion over everything
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I was classically trained originally but soon branched out into many other styles and sounds. I received a Bachelor of Music degree in classical music studies and subsequently attended Berklee College of Music where I studied music production and engineering. I have been working in the music industry for 10 years in both Nashville and Los Angeles.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Experience in a variety of roles (songwriter, producer, engineer, instrumentalist) in many different genres of music. Wearing all these different hats informs my creative decisions and helps me make musical choices that connect emotionally with the listener.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Pro Tools user since 2005. Apogee conversion. I record with a variety of microphones from Neumann, Sennheiser, Rode and Shure. My favorite microphone on acoustic instruments is the Neumann KM 184.