|View single post by GRiFF|
|Posted: Tue Jan 29th, 2013 11:14 am||
|Once it used to be the case that a song recorded on a pair of spoons into a tape machine could in theory be good enough to communicate a great idea to a better facilitated, financially minted label or producer.
I think those times are over, music production is big, big business these days and I would say at least as important as a great song - although at a push that might depend on your genre.
If your serious and think you do have quality material you should aim to at least get pro 'demo' quality. I would not suggest sending out crappy badly performed renditions as A&R these days do not have the imagination to hear through recording or performance faults.
Someone like me can fix you up for surprisingly little outlay and take you a long way. Many producer also have access as I do to session singers, musicians etc again who might be willing charge a little less for self-financed projects.
Musician / Producer / Mixing Engineer
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