Google me to hear my tunes! Vocalist. Producer. Lyricist. Guitarist. Pianist. Mixing and mastering. Comping, tuning, quantizing. Writing, recording, programming. Let me help you out.
I currently study Music Production/Composition at Berklee College of Music. You can hear my EP "The Other Side of Someday" on Spotify, Amazon, Itunes! I also produce my own covers and music videos on YouTube. Just search my name. I'm a dreamer who believes in the dreams of others. I want to help you make great things happen.
Don't let those titles on the side fool you. Besides singing, writing, mixing, comping, quantizing and playing piano and guitar, I can edit your vocals. I can tune them. I can make you a full beat or instrumental. I can edit your post-production audio. I can score your film. I can play the bass. I can play a violin for you to sample or use in your track. I can program your drums or strings with realistic samples. I can play the ukelele. My prices are always negotiable.
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
3 ReviewsEndorse Darian Renee
quick, professional and easy to work with.
Epic singer, we manage to get exactly the vocals I want for my track, easy understanding for the project, Darian was not afraid of making some extra sound for the verse and she knows a lot about the equipment she use. Darian is a sweet and a talented person.
Heart-felt, inspiring performance! Could not ask for more :)
Interview with Darian Renee
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Placement & final vocals, songwriting, comping/tuning/quantizing, full production, live instruments, mixing.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I work in Propellerhead Reason, I have a multitude of live instruments, professional session players, real samples, and a large assortment of the best Neumann vocal microphones. You're also working with a Berklee-qualified producer, vocalist & writer!
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Radio quality with enough of a catchy quirk to get someone to listen.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: A mix of both! Of course, there is no dynamic quality like that of a song recorded on tape or on analog, vintage gear. But today's listeners often demand the modern sound that can be achieved through digital compression and EDM sounds. I like to bring the quality of analog equipment to the table with just enough modern touches to make a track radio-ready.