Jacqueline Loor

Bi-lingual Singer/writer Sync

10 Reviews
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Bi-lingual (English & Spanish) artist with hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify, and who is taking the SYNC industry by storm. Credits include The CW, PBS and Pureflix. I write and sing in dark pop, cinematic pop, and Latin pop vocal styles. Fast turnaround.

Hi, I'm Jackie!
I'm a singer-songwriter with several years of experience who has a growing list of notable sync placements in movies and TV shows. Credits include the popular TV series Batwoman on The CW, a short film on PBS, and a movie on Pureflix. I’m a native speaker of both ENGLISH & SPANISH, and can write & sing in either language.


+ TopLining/Songwriting

+ Custom songwriting

+ Vocals & Background Vocals

+ Consultation, mentoring (Artist Development)

+ Pitching to my contacts in the sync industry, when applicable


Songwriting and toplining for various SYNC projects in both English and Spanish. I bring my extensive knowledge in the sync industry to every project.


I love to work with passionate artists who are driven and want to make an impact in the world through their music, very much like myself. I love writing songs that have thoughtful, and clever lyrics with a universal message, and of course that have crazy memorable melodies.

Ownership/Publishing for songwriting
*50% Topline

*Please specify if you’re looking to do a “work for hire/buyout” in your proposal.

May not use my artist name on songs unless I approve.

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  • English
  • Spanish

10 Reviews

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  1. Review by Drew Henmi
    by Drew Henmi

    I've had the pleasure of producing several projects with Jackie, and she is hands down one of my favorite vocalists/songwriters to work with. Her attention to detail, and dedication to getting the song done the right way, is second to none. If you need a professional and talented top liner, I highly recommend you hit this bad ass up!

  2. Review by Theo Sides Music

    Jacqueline brings so much energy and passion to my projects! She was able to do both English and Spanish songs with me, and always captures the emotion perfectly. She's super responsive, easy to work with, and lots of fun!

  3. Review by Enrique Lloreda
    by Enrique Lloreda

    Jackie always makes my Latin Pop/Reggaeton beats come to life with her amazing toplines! She is extremely talented, motivated, and hard working. Working with her is always a lot of fun too, she's super easy to get along with. Anyone who needs a Pop or Latin topline or vocals would have a blast working with her!

  4. Review by Comfort Within Noise

    If you are looking for a vocalist to top line a track, look no further. Jacqueline is a pleasure to work with. We have worked on a few songs together that I produced. She provided exactly what was needed for the track. Very professional and provided quality.

  5. Review by Julien Renvoise
    by Julien Renvoise

    I've had the pleasure of working with Jacquie on almost half a dozen songs and it's always been a huge pleasure! Not only is she a dedicated professional who always brings a positive energy to every project, her ear for melody and ability to find the perfect lyric is unparalleled. Always staying honest and deeply emotional, her songwriting never fail to deliver!

  6. Review by M.J. Fasano
    by M.J. Fasano

    Jacqueline Loor is one of the best people I have ever worked with. She is on her game, persistent, professional, and always hustling. She is a straight shooter and will get the job done to the best of its ability. She is an asset to any project!

  7. Review by Will Evans
    by Will Evans

    I’ve worked with Jacqueline on multiple projects and highly recommend her talents. I am always impressed by her professionalism and drive to take a project to the next level. Her attention to creative detail and a refined ear for quality is a major strength that will no doubt be a welcome addition to any musical production.

  8. Review by Danie Hollobaugh
    by Danie Hollobaugh

    Jackie has always been great to work with! We wrote a Spanish song together this year and the session was a ton of fun! Highly recommend her for cinnematic, or latin pop music in particular

  9. Review by John Alejandro Melendez

    I really recommend Jackie's services as she over-delivers every single time. I've worked with Jackie on several projects already and it's been such a blast! She's in the top of my list of go-to's for toplining, songwriting consultations, and career advice. Jackie comes up with amazing lyrics and melodies in a really short time. Collaborating with her is also an amazing experience as she transmits her positive energy and great vibes. I've got lots to thank Jackie for the successes I'm finally having. Cheers Jackie!!!

  10. Review by Maria Requena
    by Maria Requena

    Jackie is absolutely amazing!! She is very organized, driven, and passionate about the projects she joins and gives them 150%! Jackie is an incredible songwriter and vocalist, with experience in the music industry and will be able to bring in a powerful edge to your project. Jackie is a force of light and love and definitely someone I feel very lucky to get to work with!

Interview with Jacqueline Loor

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

  2. A: I just released my debut album "Show Them" that contains 13 songs with a clear story and message that I think is resonating with people. It was inspired by my identical twin sister and I wrote every single song on that album. 4 of the 13 songs have already found sync placements so that's something I'm proud of too.

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

  4. A: I'm wrapping up a traileresque dark pop cinematic song for a brief (opportunity in a sync placement), a Christmas song for another brief, and I'm wrapping up a couple of other Latin pop songs for my upcoming Latin pop album.

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

  6. A: I know Boomfox Productions run by Kris Bradley. She is my mentor and I have learned so much from her and I keep learning from her. She's a boss so I would recommend her to anyone.

  7. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  8. A: Digital because that's what I learned and that's what I know.

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

  10. A: I promise to bring 100% of who I am and what I have learned to any project. I don't hold back, and I have a crazy work ethic.

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

  12. A: I love creating songs that can bring some good to the world. Even my darker songs I feel help people feel and heal, and the fun songs I do can really bring joy.

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

  14. A: They ask me things like how did I come up with that song, and how did I come up with those haunting high notes. I have learned to not get in my own way so when I work on a project I allow myself to feel it and let the song freely develop. I used to judge myself a lot but I've worked on my craft long enough now where I'm confident in my skills and I trust myself more when it comes to writing a song, melody and lyrics and letting myself effortlessly find those notes too that can make people feel something.

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

  16. A: Sometimes people think I was born singing the way I sing now and that's definitely not the case. I have worked really hard to learn my instrument.

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

  18. A: I definitely think communication is key and knowing what the client's references are, the style they are looking for, and if there is a theme or message they really have in mind and would want to deliver is all important. Really understanding the client's needs and wants is essential so I can make sure to deliver.

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

  20. A: My advice would be to follow your gut.

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

  22. A: I would bring my Taylor 818 acoustic guitar, my Yamaha piano (hoping there is an outlet to connect it to) my Shure mic 87a, Fishman Loudbox amp, and a mic stand! I would be doing mini concerts on this island!

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

  24. A: I've been writing poetry since a kid for all the wrong boys, and then I taught myself guitar at 18 and wrote songs for all the wrong boys. I wrote and sang for years but only for myself because I found it to be really cathartic. I then had a moment of clarity when I was living in The Canary Islands and knew music was what I needed to do. This was in January 2018 and ever since I have been a freight train learning a ton, networking, growing, honing in my craft, finding my voice and letting the world hear it. I played live all over miami with my band in 2019/2020 up until the covid lockdown. I then took a 6 month sync course and found that to be a great path for me and other artists considering it can be really lucrative while remaining authentic. The more I lean into music, the more doors keep opening. I bring all of my experiences to whatever project I'm working on.

  25. Q: How would you describe your style?

  26. A: My style is authentic, effortless, honest, passionate and has a clear message. When I do Latin pop and Dance music it's more fun for me because I let loose and find myself dancing at the mic, but I still always have a clear message to tell in those styles.

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

  28. A: I would love to work with Milck who is so talented and such a genuine artist who is on a mission to make the world better. I love working with good people who want to bring more light into the world.

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

  30. A: In order to get a solid song, I've realized listening is so crucial. I listen to the people I work with and I listen closely to what I record to make sure I'm getting solid takes. I use the "comp as you go" method which I prefer over taking countless of takes and then having to go back and listen to all of them.

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

  32. A: As an artist I just released my debut album of 13 songs that are in the dark, cinematic pop, and female empowerment pop style. I am about to release another album but this one will be a Latin pop album embracing my Spanish roots! I topline a ton to dance music and darker pop that gives people chills and makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up.

  33. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  34. A: My strongest skill is writing a catchy and powerful song in different genres including dark pop, Latin pop, pop, and dance.

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

  36. A: I am a songwriter who has been writing for many years. I have honed in my craft as a lyricist and I have learned melody is king. I took a year long mentorship course with some of the best songwriters in the world and learned a ton. I have also taken countless of classes with vocal coaches to learn as much as I can of my instrument. I am always learning and I love it. Naturally, I am a happy person and I have a positive outlook on life so I bring a ton of positive energy to every project. I am also the daughter of exiled and immigrant parents so my work ethic is crazy solid.

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

  38. A: I love to write music using my piano or one of my guitars I have in my studio, and recording any and all ideas. If I stumble upon something that makes me feel I keep going and let whatever wants to come out come out. When I receive a track I listen with my Audiotechnica ATH-M50x headphones while sitting at the mic (Shure Sm7b is connected to a boom on my producer desk) ready to record. I find the melody first and then let whatever words I feel come out. I dig into that and finalize the melody and lyrics there. After, I stand at the Aston Condenser mic and record my final vocals. I'll listen back and comp the best takes to get lead vocals. I then keep going and record doubles if needed, and the harmonies and adlibs that I hear in my head for the song.

  39. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  40. A: I have a home studio with my Universal Audio Arrow interface connected to my intel Mac mini. I also have my Shure Sm7b that I use for my collaborations via zoom and I have my Aston Spirit Condenser mic that I use to record my vocals. I have a mic stand and vocal shield that does wonders for capturing just my vocals and nothing else. I record using my DAW which is Logic Pro X 10.7. I have a Martin acoustic guitar, a Taylor 818 acoustic guitar, and a Yamaha p45 all which I use for songwriting.

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

  42. A: I'm inspired by instrumentalists and producers who can create a sound that makes me feel something.

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

  44. A: The work I do a ton of and I love to do is topline. I get really inspired by music I receive and I feel like I'm a kid at the candy store just trying to find the best melody and lyrics to fit the inspiring track!

Jacqueline Loor - Demo Reel

I was the songwriter and singer in this production

Terms Of Service

I retain 50% of writers share on songs I write, unless we negotiate otherwise. Use of my name on release is not allowed unless I agree on it. 3-5 business days turnaround.

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Gear Highlights
  • Universal Audio Interface
  • Aston Spirit Mic
  • Shure Sm7b
  • Shure Beta58a
  • Logic PRO X 10.17m Audiotechnica ATH-M50x Headphones
  • Yamaha P-45
  • Taylor 818 Acoustic guitar
  • Martin acoustic guitar
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