Does your music lack fullness? Have you thought about adding synths but don't know how to program them? I'm Joshua Tindall, I'm a session keys man who offers the whole package from arranging, producing, mixing and mastering at reasonable prices.
I offer my skills to get your ideas into the real world at reasonable prices. From recording piano or synth parts to add that little bit of extra flavour to your creation to arranging your music so it can be reproduced with live musicians with ease, as well as mixing and mastering get your music ready for the world.
My first attempt at recording my own music using my first digital piano and a basic audio/midi interface as a Christmas gift for my family and friends was extremely successful. Listening back to this CD, I can find many faults but I can also hear where I've improved, especially becoming more proficient with the tools I use. My family and friends never said anything bad about the music I recorded on that CD, that's a positive right?
Over the years, I've developed a fondness for mastering how to use my gear rather than upgrading or buying new gear just for the hell of it. Because of this, I feel confident in saying that all the work I do is done with confidence, knowledge and understanding of how to get the best from my tools.
Working with music and creative people, I’ve met many who have encouraged me to follow my passion, never give up and focus on happiness. These people continue to provide endless support, inspiration and encouragement to pursue my passions. I always try to do the same!
If you wish to discuss a project with me please get in touch!
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Interview with Joshua Tindall
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: - Working on my own EP and album. - Working with a few other bands in Berlin where I play keys and contribute to the song-writing process. - Working on a collection of songs for children in collaboration with a lyricist and an animator. - Regularly teach piano, music theory and music production. - Constantly working on stock library music.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I like the fact that I'm working in the field that I truly love and that I'm passionate about! I actually look forward to waking up and going straight to work in the mornings.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Ask questions, even the ones you think are stupid! The more we know about your project and goals, the more efficient our work will be and you will receive better results.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Find the limits of the gear you have now before upgrading or spending more money on things you may only use for a short time.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Using a full song with mixing and mastering as the example here: Day 1 - writing and recording ideas. Day 2 - writing, recording and arranging ideas. Day 3 - Recording and arranging ideas. Day 4 - Quick mix and export everything as audio files to concentrate on the mixing process. Day 5 - Break. Day 6 - Mixing in detail. Day 7 - Mixing in detail. Day 8 - Break. Day 9 - Break. Day 10 - Mastering. Day 11 - Finish up with mastering and exporting tracks.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am very much inspired by funk with groups such as Vulfpeck and Scary Pockets, the jazzy vibes of Herbie Hancock and the likes of Bill Evans, and more modern influences such as GoGo Penguin, Snarky Puppy, Knower and many many more.