So much goes into making your music, from hiring of musicians, to finding studio spaces, getting charts made, rehearsals organized, and dozens of other considerations. And when your record is done, you need to think about crowdfunding campaigns, videos, social media, promotions, and PR. We have guided many projects through these steps, developing a strategy that fits in with each clients unique goals and expectations.
Home Studio Setup
If you need to set up a home studio for yourself, and want it to be as robust and functional as possible while not breaking the budget, you could use help. We’ve done everything from basement/garage/bedroom studio set-ups to performance hall PA systems. Let us consult with you to determine your needs, the right gear for the job, and the best way to set things up. We leverage our relationships with retailers to get you the best deals on gear to help bring everything in on or below budget.
Many companies and service providers do not consider music to be an important element of their corporate branding. However we know the tremendous benefit of using music to help set the tone for their business and space. We help companies find creative ways to incorporate custom music and recordings into their brand identities and tactics. From theme-song and background music production, to CD/album/web creation, we can help make your already-unique business even more so!
Music Camp Curriculum
I have served as music director of Beber Camp for the past 10 years, building a thriving and expanding curriculum from the ground up – in fact many former campers are now touring and recording musicians years themselves. Encompassing everything from programming, to facilities, gear, and more, if you are in need of a music educator and programming expert, let us know! Learn more about my camp work.
“Our music program is so important to what we do at Beber Camp and we need to make sure that we have the best working with us. Our program is top notch, our equipment is perfect for our needs, the campers/staff love working with Russell!” — Becky Altman, Director Beber Camp