Are you an artist requiring top quality music production? Well, look no further! We have over thirty years of music industry experience in a variety of styles. We will professionally produce your songs and take them to the next level as it is critical to get professional music production for your songs to get radio and internet airplay. For artists looking for management and record company consideration, great recorded songs are vital and will get you on the first rung of the industry ladder.
At Select Recording Studios our music producer works closely with you to:
Our music producers are experienced songwriters and musicians with over 30 years experience with numerous album and single releases. They have written and recorded music for numerous UK and overseas record labels, music for radio and television ads, in a wide range of music styles, including hip-hop, RnB, pop, dance, rock, dubstep, electro, indie, metal, country, jazz, and more. For a selection of song styles listen to the tracks on the audio player on this page or on our audio samples page.
The recording studio has a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere in which you and your music producer will collaborate, as well as professional recording and outboard equipment. Our objective is to make your studio time as enjoyable, comfortable and professional as possible.
Whether you're a newcomer to recording or an established artist, our music production services can help you to create complete and polished songs to match your creative and professional ambitions.
Example audio recorded, mixed and mastered at Select Recording Studios:
Examples of songs recorded at other recording studios but mixed and mastered at Select Recording Studios:
Examples of recordings "before" and "after" production and mixing:
An example of a female vocal track "before" and "after" pitch correction:
An example of a male vocal track "before" and "after" pitch correction:
Preparation is crucial in order to make the most of your studio session. Ideally, you should have a good idea of the style of your song and, if possible, bring reference tracks that you like or which have a similar style to what you are aiming for. Bring any recordings or annotations you have made of the songs or parts of the song so that the producer can develop these further and, of course, if you can perform the song in the studio then all the better.Once you are working with the producer, it is important to have a very clear idea of your goals but also be prepared for suggestions and be open to new ideas. Remember, it's a collaborative process which relies on trust and honesty. The producer is on your side and wants to achieve the best result as much as you do.
Arrive in good time for your session so you stand the best chance of starting the session off in a relaxed way and achieve your optimum level of performance quickly.
In the studio, the producer's role is to help an artist develop ideas into a complete song and oversee the recording to ensure that stylistic and technical goals have been reached. In many cases, the producer will work with what might be very basic music and lyric ideas and help transform them into full songs which can be recorded. This may involve changing or adding to a song's structure if needed or helping the artist to piece together their ideas so that the ideas can become a full song. So, the producer generally has a good knowledge of a wide array of musical styles and trends as well as an awareness of some of the techniques used to create them. Above all, though, the producer brings a good pair of ears, their experience and their collaboration skills to work with the artist to create the best possible result in the most efficient way possible. Producers and engineers work closely together in the subsequent recording of the song.