As a musician and self taught music producer, I have been making way through music scene consuming the love for music and the knowledge to bring it to life. I've had 16 years as a musician and 12 years in recording arts. I've worked with local bands on producing their music, as well as my own bands. Music is my divine gift. I am music.
I realized my passion for playing music when attending Willie J. Williams Middle School. I took on the flute at first, then moved to the trumpet. After realizing that the trumpet did not suit me, I moved to the trombone. The trombone did not strike my interest either. After many instruments, I finally found what sparked my journey and that was percussion. Once I progressed to high school, I joined the Colquitt County High School Marching Band.
I started off playing cymbals in ninth grade and advanced to the marching snare in my tenth grade year. During my time in the marching band I attended The Archibald Festival, a competition for marching bands in the United States. After hard work, the Colquitt County High School Marching Band took third place in the nation. While participating in my school’s music program, middle school and high school, I also started teaching myself to play other instruments such as the guitar and bass. After I graduated from Colquitt County High in 2004, I set out to pursue my passion for music. I joined my first local band when I was 19 and started to work with music production software. Throughout the years I've developed the skills to compose and record music with exceptional quality. I also pursued a BA degree in music production for a year but unfortunately I was unable to finish due to a full time job. I guarantee my work and my creativeness.
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Interview with Shane Luckey
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Communication is key. It is very important that the buyer and the seller are clear on their views, requests, materials, and overall objective.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Always take incremental breaks while working on a project. Especially when listening to the audio while mixing, editing, and mastering. Your ears tend to loose focus and what you hear after a long period of time may sound completely different when returning later on. This will help avoid making changes that are unnecessary and could potentially be harmful to the process.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on modern day metal such as bands like Memphis May Fire, Erra, and Periphery. I'm by no means limited to this genre.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Its the ability to create something from nothing. What I mean by that is, I can do anything that is put in front of me without the knowledge to do so. I really mean that.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I believe it would be originality. We all have our influences. I have built from those influences and the structure they provided to create my own sound.