Frequently Asked Questions
After we initially discuss the needs of your project and how I can best serve your music, I’ll ask for a few audio files, and start recording. Once drums are tracked and payment is complete, you’ll receive mix ready audio files to import into your session. Please visit the HOW IT WORKS page for a more thorough step by step guide.
I typically only need a few audio files in addition to as much information as you can provide about what you’re looking for. You’ll send me your files via the file sharing service of your choice, or via an upload link I’ll provide if you prefer. I usually ask for a music-only stem (minus drums), an isolated vocal stem, and a stem with any demo drums/loops/percussion you might have. All stems should be stereo WAV files consolidated from beat one measure one of your session, and sent in a ZIP folder which follows this naming structure: Song title_Tempo_Sample Rate.
Rates vary based on the requirements of each project. Please contact me HERE for a quote.
No. The majority of clients prefer to receive individual, raw unmixed audio files so that they can have complete control over their own mix. I am happy to provide recommendations for mix engineers that I regularly work with and trust.
I use a variety of both modern and vintage drum and percussion instruments to serve every style of music. My studio is also equipped with industry standard recording gear which allows me to provide you with the purest audio quality. Please visit my STUDIO + GEAR page for a comprehensive equipment list, and pictures of my studio.