Hello there, and thanks for inquiring about my remix services!
To hear examples of my work, click HERE.
To read some recommendations from artists I've worked with recently, click HERE.
If you like what you hear, and you'd like to talk about how I could work on a remix for you, check out the short questionnaire below!
In an effort to streamline the process, I like to collect a little information from clients before we start talking about specifics. This simply allows me to understand exactly who you are, what you’re looking for, and how I can best help you get exactly what you're after before we even get started!
The basic questions:
- What is the name of your band/musical project?
- If you have already released some music, guide me towards your favorite 2-3 songs that you have released. (I LOVE hearing new music, so this is one of my favorite parts!)
- Do you know exactly which one of your songs you’d like to have remixed?
- If so, what is the name of the song, and what’s the easiest way for me to hear it?
- If not, are you looking for some creative input from me, as to which song may work best? Or will you eventually decide for yourselves?
- Do you have a preconceived idea about what type of remix you’re looking for? Dancy? Heavy? Atmospheric?
If so, please let me know what you have in mind!
And if not, are you comfortable letting me take the song where I feel like it should go?
- Are you comfortable with me adding additional instrumentation and/or vocals to the remix of your song?
- Is there a deadline for this project?
The nerdy tech questions:
- Do you have access to all of the separated tracks from the original recording of the song?
- What file formats will you be using to send me audio tracks?
File type: (.wav, .AIFF, etc?)
Bit rate: (16, 24, 32, etc?)
Sampling frequency: (44.1, 48, etc?)
- Are you planning on sending each track individually? Or will you be sending instrument stems, such as drums, guitars, keys, etc?
- Are MIDI tracks also available?
- Is it possible to send both dry and wet stems? (This is especially important to know for the vocals!)