Do you have a vision of a song that you want to create but need quality, professional assistance to make it become a reality? Perhaps you created a song but something just doesn't seem right, maybe it's missing a particular instrument, or maybe you want a professional mix and mastering. If so, Southern Way Entertainment is the professional music production company that can help!
We take your basic demo, and professionally arrange all the parts you've envisioned, and maybe some you haven't! Using only the highest-quality pro-level synth and sample software sounds and world class musicians, we provide fully-produced, air-quality music productions.
You provide the original song, in MP3 format, and we take it from there. A simple voice/guitar demo will do. Alternatively, you can provide a lead sheet or chord chart of your song, with detailed instructions describing your wishes. We take it from there.
We are able to provide music production services at such high quality because of the ability of our producers who have years experience leading the industry. If you desire additional live musicians, we can provide those as well.
Music producers oversee every aspect of a recording session, including song selection, musical arrangements, contracting of session or studio musicians, recording, mixing and budgeting. The hours are long and the required skills many. While college training programs in music production do exist, many great producers have been virtually self-taught. Every producer has a unique background.
Those wishing to break in to the music production business must be prepared to work long and hard for little or no money at first. Relentless ambition and the ability to self-promote are prerequisites.
An aspiring producer must become proficient at developing relationships and personal contacts. Securing an apprenticeship with an established producer, even unpaid, can be an important early career move.
Producers need a background in music theory and harmony as well as experience in playing or arranging music. Advising and coaching professional musicians requires a level of authority that is rooted in one's own career experience.
Producers must be familiar with studio techniques and a wide range of both digital and analog recording equipment. A recording engineer is present on professional recording sessions but only to handle the technical details and not the creative ones. Devising new sounds is part of a producer's job.
Producers, while not serving as investors or fundraisers, are responsible for managing the budget for a project. Equipment purchase and rentals, as well as hiring of studio musicians and engineers, must be kept within this budget.
Dealing with creative egos and artistic temperaments requires an unusual degree of patience and ingenuity. A producer who can smoothly manage the clash of wills between musicians will develop a solid reputation as a leader.
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