Recording has been open for business going on 20 years now. During
that time I've worked with literally thousands of musicians (and all
types of clientele) who needed recording expertise for their
projects and businesses. Many different styles of music. Many
different types of sessions. Albums, demos, voice-overs, radio,
gaming, TV, movie soundtracks, video, internet streaming, CD
duplication, vinyl/cassette dubbing, mixing, mastering... the list
of things I've been involved with goes on and on. I tell ya straight
from my heart, I consider it a blessing that I've been able to do
all this. I'm humbled that people chose to bring their projects
here. It means the world to me and my family. I never took anything
for granted. Always gave 100%. Customer satisfaction meant
It's heartbreaking what's going on
around us these days. This pandemic saddens me on many levels. I
worry about the sick, but also about those that are seeing their
financial livelihoods adversely affected. The entertainment industry
has been hit hard. Really hard! I believe that this will all
pass though and we'll return to normal soon. If we can come together
as decent humans and do the right thing for each other, I believe
we'll be ok. Faith, Hope and Love make a difference. I believe that.
Shifting gears for a sec... on March
1, 2020, I decided to announce my retirement from the studio
business. But the more accurate way of putting it is
"semi-retirement". The studio will remain, and me with it.
But I made a decision to scale back my activities and focus on
things that I feel the strongly about. I'm talking about recording
projects that are near and dear to my heart. I'll focus my attention
on rock bands (pretty much any modern style but I really like hard
rock, metal, prog, punk, etc). Blues, Jazz, Country, Folk... umm...
I don't know... my interests run far and wide. It'll be more of an
invitation-only type affair as I start to spend more time checking
out the local music scene. Bands that turn me on... I might hit 'em
up with a little sales pitch (I really dig what you're doing I'd
love to record you... that sort of thing). That doesn't mean you
can't call or email. I'll consider anything but I'll state up front
I'm going to be a lot more particular about the projects I take on.
In some cases it's business as usual, in others cases... not so much
I'm thinking about some modest
videography work for artists that want an internet presence. I've
done a lot of that recently with a simple iPhone camera. I can do
better than that I think with a modest investment in camera
equipment. That's on the horizon.
mixing, mastering. From start to finish. Hit me up after the pocky
lips. Let's get to work! Thanks everyone!
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