Lavender Lane Production

Producer, Mixer, Instruments.

14 Reviews (7 Verified)
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I'm a producer, mixing engineer, session player, and artist. I'll help you produce amazing music with feeling! My groove is tight. My ear is ON. Production is <3. I'll guarantee the work or will refund you 100%. Get in touch and lets make some beautiful music! Cheers.

Whatever your project is, I can lend you my ears and production to help take your song where you want it to go! I love working with artists, producing, mixing, and helping you bring a full finished song to life! I work out of my home studio in Denver or Side 3 for big projects. I use vintage and modern gear, and I'm a bit obsessed with getting really nice sounding recorded textures whether thats guitar, bass, keys, programmed parts etc.

My mixing is a hybrid of digital/analog, centered around 16 channels of super analogue SSL summing, an SSL G comp, and Apogee converters. If you're looking for that extra wow factor that you hear on your favorite records, SSL is that :). For mixing, we will be in touch about ref tracks to vibe on, emotions, and direction. I will send you a first draft within a couple days/our personal timeline. We will make any edits until its perfect. I'm here to get it right for you, so we will work it until we are sure its the right feel! As much detail and input you'd like to provide will be appreciated and heard.

For production, you can send me stems or a stereo bounce of the audio. We will discuss the vibe of what you're after and the instruments your looking for. I'll lay it down and send you the stems and a stereo mix. Great vibe, soulful playing, beautiful mixes, and a commitment to your complete happiness with my work is my promise to you!

I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.

14 Reviews

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  1. Review by Jeff S.

    Lavender was awesome. Very easy to work with and I can tell he really loves what he does. Turnaround of project was on time and the quality of work was excellent. I would definately recommend him publicly to everyone and will be requesting another proposal right away.

  2. Review by Marshall W.

    So this was my first experience using this Service and Lavendar was patient and really did everything that he possible could do to make sure I was happy. He is really good at what he does. I could go on and on and type everything but we would be here for hours. But all in all hes a really good brother and he responds fast too. Wish he was closer just to get him something to eat and drink shake his hand and say AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME! You wont be disappointed!

  3. Review by Victoria L.

    FANTASTIC!!!!! He's so awesome :) I know nothing about music and he was so easy to work with and helped me along the way. Also got it done in a relatively speedy time frame!

  4. Review by Rakim H.

    Very awesome guy to work with. He Definitely goes above and beyond to make sure you're satisfied. Thanks man

  5. Review by Oliver

    Curtis was great. Really easy to approach, open to ideas and his first priority was making sure that I was happy with his work. A really easy and comfortable experience, would highly recommend Curtis for piano work.

  6. Review by Tabitha

    Amazing experience!!!
    Curtis was very attentive and understanding throughout the whole process and made making my first song more enjoyable than I could have ever imagined!
    I am so happy with the outcome and I have no one to thank but him, I would highly recommend this man to anyone interested in getting a song produced.

  7. Review by Dan
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    Curtis was a blast to work with!! Super fun and natural track that my drums practically played themselves.. I loved it - looking forward to more music with Curtis.

  8. Review by Virginia K.

    Curtis was a pleasure to work with. He understood exactly what I was looking for and delivered top quality tracks at an extremely fast turnaround. Wonderful sound quality and musicianship and great communication. I highly recommend!

  9. Review by Lynn
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    Curtis was great to work with. The track he sent me was really cool to play on, great production and killer singer. Look forward to working with Curtis again

  10. Review by MixedbyB4Lasers
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    THE KING!!!!! Im so glad i met this fella. Outstanding quality work and a beautiful heart. We worked hand in hand to get the mix completed he was involved in the whole process which makes this so worth it and a lot more fun. I hope to work with you a lot more brother so until next time keep rocking -B4Lasers

  11. Review by Andres
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    Awesome experience. Very talented producer and great taste to mix. Look forward to working with him again!

  12. Review by Nate
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    Curtis was an absolute pleasure to work with- his song was awesome and he was a clear and timely communicator. I had a blast playing on his track and wouldn’t hesitate to work with him again, highly recommended!

  13. Review by Bean Blumenstock

    Curtis is a diligent soundsmith, a strong musician and an impassioned artist all at once. Whether he’s producing, playing or creating, he brings his whole soul to his work. It’s always a gratifying experience to work with Curtis and to share his truly unique vision.

  14. Review by Zach Heckendorf

    Curtis is one of the most intuitive musicians I've worked with. He has a sophisticated sense of melody along with an awareness of what works, what hooks a listener and ultimately helps to build an audience. As a producer, Curtis has a profound musical vision and the engineering skills to back it up. Most importantly, he works efficiently and keeps the good vibes going.

Interview with Lavender Lane Production

  1. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  2. A: Both are cool for different reasons. My philosophy is that if the source is good, it really doesn't matter what you use. A good performance or a good part simply transcend any technical parameters you can place on it.

  3. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  4. A: I was really stoked to play and produce on my friend Zach Heckendorf's record Speed Checked by Aircraft. I love how it turned out sonically as an entire project. I'm also really proud of the single I just self produced and recorded.

  5. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  6. A: I'm working on producing an acoustic electric track for a Brazilian songwriter. It should be pretty cool!

  7. Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?

  8. A: B4 Lasers is an excellent mixing engineer!

  9. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  10. A: I promise that I'll do everything I can to make your project shine!

  11. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  12. A: I get to make music with people!

  13. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  14. A: Client: Can you... Me: Yes

  15. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  16. A: Working in music and production is all fun and games. While I love what I do more then anything..It still comes down to a lot of hard work to deliver professional sounding product. The hours of technical work, learning new tools, expanding music theory, is all very challenging and time consuming and hard to self schedule. But, at the end of the day, all that work is worth it when you can hit play and have your mind blown.

  17. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  18. A: What feeling are you trying to convey? What textures do you want? what are the visuals? What instruments do you want? What artists do you like? What are your goals? That among others. Whatever is pertinent

  19. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  20. A: Make sure its the right fit! I don't have an ego about my playing. If its right its right, if its not then no hard feelings. You should be thrilled to work with someone. Nothing less is acceptable.

  21. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  22. A: An acoustic guitar, acoustic Piano, water filter, compass, and an upright bass

  23. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  24. A: I've been playing music since I was 7 or 8. I started on the drums, then piano, then guitar, and eventually picked up saxophone in college. I toured around the US with my friend Zach Heckendorf for 4 years then went to college and studied sustainable agriculture and music theory at the University of Vermont. I worked for a year at a studio in Vermont cutting my engineering chops. All the while I was honing my production skills on my own and with local artists and friends. I have since moved to Colorado where I make music full time and have just started a solo project under Curtis Hallé.

  25. Q: How would you describe your style?

  26. A: In the pocket, and tasteful. Serves the song.

  27. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  28. A: Also a vast list.. I'd like to work with Anthony Hamilton because he's such a nice guy and has such a calming presence. I feel like it would be a joy to work with him.

  29. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  30. A: A quick an easy workflow will save you sooo much time. I have all my stuff plugged in and micd, so if I hear a part I can just pick up an instrument and lay it down. Too many times I've simply givin up on an idea just because I had to get up a put a mic up. Also, don't judge yourself, just put it down. You are enough.

  31. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  32. A: All types! I go from folk, to blues, to jazz, to rap.

  33. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  34. A: Communicating emotion

  35. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  36. A: I bring feeling to a song. Sure, I get all the technical parts going and instruments and whatever were trying to go for, but then its time to forget all that and bring the feels. I strive for goosebumps.

  37. Q: What's your typical work process?

  38. A: It totally depends on the projects, but it usually involves me listening to the project a handful of times, taking notes and addressing the notes of the client, and then zone everything out and start laying down paint. Then I asses after a few hours, make my cuts, do all the clean up and professional prepping stuff, then send it back to the client for discussion.

  39. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  40. A: I have a pretty sweet home studio setup with current versions of Protools and Ableton. I have an Audient interface with the console preamps, some nice mics, custom gear including my strat that I built, pretty much all the plugins, a baby grand Wurlitzer acoustic piano that sounds amazinggg, a couple basses, and various toys and fx you might expect to be hanging around a studio.

  41. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  42. A: Sooo many.. I try to stay current with as much music as I can. I love the feel of the new Chance The Rapper stuff. I think Nineteen85 is doing really cool stuff with DVSN. I thought Lemonade was amazingly produced. I love the stuff the John Mayer is putting out. I love what Steve Lacey is doing with guitar and beats. I dig Tedeschi Trucks a lot. I love Ariana Grande, I love the new stuff that Common is doing. D'angelo is a go to. Russell Elevado is a rad producer. There's just way too much really..I could go on forever

  43. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  44. A: These days I've been getting a lot of calls for session work. For example, a Hip Hop guy got in touch the other day and wanted me to cut some funkadelic guitar leads and a tight bass line for a track. I like that type of work. I'll send him stems and then we hash out if there needs to be other parts or changes. It usually goes really smooth with 1 revision if any. Other work I do includes making beats and songs for artists or commercial. I do some top lining and songwriting with artists as well where we work on parts over the web or in person and make a full track together. I really enjoy that process because creating together really makes the magic happen.

Struggle Buggy by Zach Heckendorf

I was the Mixing, Producer, Electric Guitar in this production

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Terms Of Service

Revisions until its right. Turn around 1-4 days.

Gear Highlights
  • SSL summing rack
  • SSL buss compressor
  • Apogee converters
  • Custom Fender Strat
  • P bass
  • J bass
  • Yamaha MOXF8
  • Baby grand wurlitzer piano
  • VOX hollow body
  • Eastman
  • Peluso 49 tube mic
  • vintage 441
  • protools 12
  • ableton 10
  • extensive plug in list
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