The recording you make is a representation of your work and will influence almost every other aspect of your career as a performing artist. That means future performance opportunities, artist collaborations, live band configuration, sync and licensing shopping, hiring a professional team, merchandising and royalties can be tied to the recording process.
When you put your music under the recording microscope, little mistakes that don’t matter on-stage are suddenly amplified and emphasized. But it’s not just about avoiding mistakes. It’s about paying attention to details. Tonal quality, groove, clarity, note choice, being in time and in tune; it all matters.
The moment you release a recording, it becomes part of your future. If you need studio-quality guitar parts for your recording, let me know. It’s one of the things I do best.