Social media has given me the ability to connect with more artists than ever, but in-person interaction will never be replaced.
Half of producing is the music, the rest is sales…and I am the product I push.”Music Producers work with Recording Artists, Recording Engineers, Session Singers and Session Musicians, among others.
He says, “I am responsible for every aspect of my business and it’s definitely not all rock ‘n’ roll glory.
A typical day for me starts with checking my Producer notes, prepping the studio and checking gear functionality.
If something is broken, I’d rather have a fix or workaround figured out before anyone is in the space.
Once the client shows up, I want my attention 100% on the artist and the music creation process. I usually work for about 10-12 hours with lots of ear and mental breaks worked in throughout the day.
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You have to ask yourself the question, “what kind of records do I want to produce? You need to pick this line of work because you refuse to do anything else.
It’s a hustle, and you are constantly looking for the next gig, even while working on a current project.““Yes, formal music education is a must (know the rules before you break ’em),” Luksa says.