Playing bass and recording with different artists is one of my biggest passions. As a touring musician, I’ve had the opportunity to play with artists in the rock, pop, folk, country, soul, R&B, jazz and blues styles. Playing hundreds of live shows in these genres has helped me hone my chops. In addition to playing live, I’ve worked with many artists in recording studios around Nashville, Boston, and I was even flown to track an album in Budapest, Hungary. Working with artists to bring their songs to life brings me great joy and I love being able to record remotely. So no matter where you are, I can bring bass tracks to you.
Some Albums I’ve Played Bass On
How it Works
The main benefit of using a remote session player is that you don’t have to pay for studio time or hire an engineer. It is a budget-friendly and convenient way to get the tracks you need.
- Send me your track(s). It can be a rough demo or professionally recorded. Be sure to include BPM, style, and any other specific directions for how you’d like me to record. The more detailed you are, the better, so I can get an idea of what you want. We can schedule a consultation via Skype or telephone to discuss your artistic vision.
- I record a bass line. After our consultation, I will track a bass line and send you a rough mp3 within 48 hours to review and approve. If needed, I will revise and re-record according to your feedback. The first two revisions are free and subsequent changes incur an additional fee.
- Receive the final version. Once you approve the mp3 rough mix, I will send you the track(s) in any format you desire via Dropbox or WeTransfer.
A 50% deposit is required to begin the session. The remainder is due before the delivery of the final tracks. I accept payment through PayPal.
$100/song (that includes the first two revisions)
*Discounted rates are available for projects larger than 4 songs
Feel free to get in touch to discuss prices if you have multiple tracks or want to negotiate a price.
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