production

 
 



producing, just like music, is something that continues to evolve. it used to mean something very different than what it does today, depending on who you talk to.


sean has long been sought out for his guitar and bass playing in sessions, but when he produces he also plays most other things with wound strings on them, as well as piano and keyboards, both realistic and robo programming, and pro singing/stacking on tracks besides.


simply put, it is rare to find a real record quality guy that can sit proficiently in so many chairs - when recording, the speed of the session can go at the speed of thought - no waiting to hire that guy for mandolin or badass fretless bass.


if the artist in question is actually a group, all the better. this stuff is supposed to be fun, dammit! no weird egos, no mind games, no browbeating, no downers. music is more pure when artists feel like themselves when making it, plain and simple. if you’re not chuckling your way through the making of your record, you’re using the wrong guy.

production