This package is tailored for the artist aimed at releasing a single.

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A song may be described like an onion. It’s filled with many layers – each layer serving a specific purpose. Therefore, a single must be worked on from the inside out to ensure its effectiveness and its success in the music market.

Developing a single for an artist, as well as their market demands extensive attention towards understanding an artist’s strengths and weaknesses. This ensures the producer establishes the very best sonic foundation.

Each artist is inherently unique. Therefore, each single must be unique as well. This is why it’s necessary for pre-production. Song lyrics are reviewed and critiqued, arrangements are fastened, the instrumentation is chosen, and a structure is solidified.

In today’s complex and ever-evolving music industry, the recording process demands far more from the engineer than just setting up microphones and stands. What’s necessary is an intricate understanding of technology, artistry, music history, the artist and song themselves, and proven industry experience. With this knowledge, the artist may be guided through every step of the process.

A meeting is initialized before the mixing stage to ensure everyone is on the same page. If necessary, session musicians are contacted. Session hours are comfortably set up to avoid burnout. If necessary, editing may be done in house to save on time and money.

Harrison Fine has been recording, editing and mixing audio in Pro Tools since 2005 and has been working in studios since 2009. His technical insight is industry standard and his enthusiasm is exceptional. Only industry-standard gear is used on each song. His style can be described as a raw and organic sound that bursts with life and realism. Thousands of hours have been put into efficient practice with this gear. He knows his setup inside and out.

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