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Do I have to travel to you to work on our project?

I work with all of my artists and clients via internet. You don't have to travel to me at all to get your project done exactly to your needs and expectations. I have worked with hundreds of artist from all around the world and I have gotten the online collaboration steps down to a science that makes it easy for the artist and easy for myself. You don't have to be face-to-face to collaborate and make something truly amazing.


What is the process? How do we get started?

The first step to getting your project started is to fill out the project planner on my website. This tells me a little bit about you so I can get the full scopeof your project, your needs, your wants, and I can determine how I can help you the most. Once you submit the form, I will respond with an email asking to set up a call or Skype at your convenience to talk about your project in more detail. We discuss your vision, your timeline, budget, and what I can do to help. Once you are ready to start, I send out contracts and invoices and once those are handled, we can get to the fun part. I always start with sending small ideas back and forth to see what works and what doesn't. Once we get a base down, I can really dig in and get the mix, topline, or production going. I provide you with a first draft that is a small section. You give me feedback and I adjust accordingly. Once I have the green light, I get a full draft ready and we revise from there. The whole process is very collaborative and communication is key throughout the entire process. Once the project is finished, I send any files, final invoices, and I wait for the song to be released so I can share it with my following.


What payment methods do you take?

I can take payments from Paypal, Venmo, Cash App, Facebook Pay, Apple Pay, and bank transfer. I always provide invoices for your convenience and your own filing. 


When do I have to pay?

Payment schedules depend on your project. All projects require at least a 50% deposit at the start. Some projects may be subject to full payment up front.


What do you do?

I am a producer, songwriter, mixing engineer, mastering engineer, and graphic designer. I also dabble in video production. I run Make Pop Music and Full Time Music Industry. I love working on a wide range of projects so if you have a project that you need help on, let me know! I can provide examples of similar projects I have done to display my quality. I am always down to take on any task at hand.


What are your rates?

Since every project is different and every artist has different needs, I don't have standard rates. In the past I have found that standard rates leave some people paying way too much money for what they need, and some people pay much less than they should. Instead I do customized quotes per project based on your needs. This is why the project planner was implemented on my website. If you would like a quote for your project, fill out the project planner and I will get back to you ASAP!


What is your turn around time?

It's hard to give a definitive turn around time because every project is different. Some projects can be done in a day, and some take a little more time. What I will say is that I am not going to drag your project out over months and I will not waste your time. I prefer to get started on projects almost immediately after they are booked, and I like to wrap them up as soon as possible, and always to the artist's satisfaction.


Why should I go with you?

I'll be honest, there are tons of music producers, and most of them can be found online, but it is hard to find a producer, engineer, or writer online that can deliver amazing results, in a quick timeline, at an affordable rate. I don't like to look at the people I work with as only my "clients". They become my friends. We form a team together. I am invested in their long term success and not just trying to make them a record and send them on their way. I think that the investment an artist and I put into each other forms a strong relationship, and that is why so many of my clients become my friends, and that is why they always come back to me to do more projects. I want to see the people I work with succeed, and that means going the extra mile to help them. Give them a good record, spread the word about them, help them land playlists or blogs, etc. I don't want to just produce a record, write a topline, or mix a single and wave goodbye to my clients.




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