I am a producer and composer based in Atlanta. My technical training (both in theory and engineering) and strong musicality allow me to communicate very effectively with artists to turn their vision into a reality. I specialize in turning songs from just vocals and guitar/piano/etc to full productions and arrangements. See below for examples!
I am a professional musician of 18 years, with expertise in multiple genres including pop, rock, classical, Irish, jazz, and contemporary. I am trained in a variety of instruments including piano, flute, bass guitar, guitar, percussion, synthesizers, and more. I studied Music Composition and Music Business at the University of Georgia ('17). While there, I produced and engineered albums, live sessions, and concerts of local musicians and professional ensembles. I am well-versed in music theory, history, and aural skills. I also have absolute pitch/perfect pitch. I am also a big fan of film scoring, and have scored a few short films. I would love to work with you!
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Interview with Corin Rogers
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Usually I start off with a scratch take of vocals and piano or guitar. Then I work with the artist to fill out arrangements of full instrumentation to create a song together.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: The DAWs I use are Pro Tools 11 HD and Logic Pro X. I have stereo pairs of AKG C414 XLS and Neumann 184s. I use multiple sample libraries of strings, brass, piano, drumkit, woodwinds, choir, percussion, vocal soloists and more. I also program synthesizers using softwares like u-he Zebra, Sylenth, Waves Codex, and my Yamah Motif XS8 keyboard. I have an electric bass, guitars, and percussion that either the artist or myself plays. I mix on Adam A5X studio monitors.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am extremely inspired by the work of Ryan Tedder, Greg Wells, Jack Antonoff, Max Martin, Hans Zimmer, Henry Jackman, Brian Eno, Greg Kurstin, Jacob Collier, and Rick Rubin. Engineers I admire are Spike Stent, Joe Zook, Michael Brauer, and Manny Marroquin.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: When I work with songwriters, they will bring me an acoustic demo of them singing and playing guitar/piano/etc. Then I work with them to create full arrangements with bass, piano, drums, guitar, etc and additional layering of any synths, pads, background vocals, strings as needed. When I'm working with bands, they usually have the song ready to go. I'll record them and mix them, and in a more collaborative process, I will do additional programming of synths, pads, strings, etc.