I Help Artists Turn Their Musical Ideas Into Finished Songs Using Proven Recording, Producing, Mixing, & Mastering Techniques. Artists often come to me with an idea that they started but don't know how to make it sound like they imagined. If that's you, lets chat and see how I can help you finish your song!
What started out as simple mashups for his DJ sets, turned into futile attempts at remixes and original tracks that were anything but main stage worthy. After finishing up his military contract with Uncle Sam in 2012, he crammed his home studio into a small trailer and drove across the country in his quest to becoming a successful music producer.
J.R. has dedicated himself to becoming a student of sound. Soon after graduated from audio school, he went to work at Westlake, a multi-million dollar recording studio with A-List artists such as Rihanna, Iggy Azalea, and more. While there he was mentored by Grammy winning and Grammy Nominated mixing engineers and producers.
In 2015, J.R. landed his first movie placement with an independent film Her Side of the Bed after remixing Singer Lauren Grace’s song titled “Us.” He went on to secure 6 song placements with Record Label Global Sound Music for Rapper Jay Blaze’s Album One Way Ticket as well as placements with other independent artists in the UK and South America.
Today J.R. is growing his own record label GroovePool Records and currently has projects in the works with multiple artists around the world.
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Interview with J.R. Noble
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Matt Brownlie! I've worked with him personally and I recently saw that he was on here. He's a great guy and I've learned some of what I know from him when it comes to engineering.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I started out as a party DJ, then I made mash ups to put into my DJ sets. After that I started producing and eventually went to an audio school where I learned engineering. I've been using engineering and production together as a way to create the best possible sounds for myself and for others.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: When you understand the range of human hearing and how different sounds fit into that spectrum, it gets a lot easier to play around with sounds and create within those confines! A more tangible tip might be to use a high pass filter on pretty much every sound. This is the easiest and fastest way to clean up a muddy mix in a lot of cases.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Communication! It is important with music to be able to communicate with and understand ourselves as well as other people.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Kaytranada, FKJ, Pomo, Medasin, Masego along with producers in the Soulection and Low End Theory movements. Lots of great sounds and inspiration there.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most often, I take a client's idea or ideas and help turn them into a finished song that they feel great about. I love getting that response of "yes that's exactly what I was looking for!"