Q&A

 
How does your service stand out?

My studio is specifically geared for professional vocal production and mixing. I specifically set it up the way I would use it for myself & once people got wind of my work it turned into a business naturally with zero advertising. I am inspired to take it a step further by keeping it upgraded and open it to more artists. If you have talent but don't know the technical side of music I can help you with recording / mixing / mastering side of things. B Town Studios has been open since 2011 and I have over 10 years of experience.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

Being able to impress my clients when they walk in. Delivering great quality. Just making people happy through my work is what I enjoy. If i can make it sound better than they expected, that's always a great feeling.

 
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Get information about what they are looking for and find out ways to deliver that better than their expectations.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
  • Over 10 years experience with Pro Tools, recording / mixing / mastering.

  • Over 10,000 Hours recording / mixing / mastering

How did you get started doing this type of work?

I wanted to learn to record myself.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Recording, Music Production, Beats, Mixing, Mastering, Overdubs, Re structuring Songs / Song Remakes, Recording Vocals / Guitar, Voiceover, Tuning Vocals & help with setup of a clients studio.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

Find someone that fits your personality. It's a big plus if the artist / talent and engineer are comfortable with each other. Don't be fooled by marketing either, some of the best studios / music is from places like mine. People have done big things with less than what I have.

What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

Figure out what you will be recording, and how many hours your song will take. That's the main thing we need to know.