Jon DeLucia

I am a student at Berklee College of Music. I'm studying Contemporary writing and i hope to write game music some day. If there are any berklee students that are interested in game music or anybody else, please contact me.

Justin Lipscomb

The sound of things operates by the philosophy that the more comfortable the artist is, the better they will perform. This is why we prefer to travel to the artist, record them where they practice (if possible), and get to know the character of the musician(s) and apply that to the mixdown/mastering processes. If there is no practice space, we will find one which best suits the nature of the music and supports the best acoustics for recording. The goal is affordable recording with professional results, and no pain. . .well, maybe a little, but no hassles.

Clinton Wike

I'm still learnig and loving it as i go I would appreciate any literature that would help me towards my journey as becoming a great record producer/songwriter. I want to do it all...

Jon Barnes

Started recording with a Tascam 4-track about 13 years ago and went completely digital about 8 years ago. I used to enjoy using Logic until Apple scooped them up. Now I just use Cubase. I am not a DAW purist. I will use whatever I am given to work with and will generally work on multiple genres for my own sake. Money is not exactly expected but it would be nice to make a living doing this.


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