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Music Production

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Music Production

The Crash Symphony Music Production Team has long experience producing songs and albums with famous artists, such as Deni Hines, Erika Heynatz and “The Voice” finalist – Alex Gibson. Popular Crash Symphony Music Producer James Englund has personally produced more than fifty high-end studio albums, EPs and singles. Clients are welcome to use their own music producer and Crash Symphony are happy to work with you and your music producer to capture your very best performance in stunning, hi-fidelity audio.

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I think James is one of the most creative, clever and generous people i have met. He is helpful, listens and allowed us to share some of his unique compilations with the video that we released. He is GREAT value!

- Amanda Gore

Expert Engineers

Working with us means working with the best.

James Englund

James Englund

Founder

Stewart Havill

Stewart Havill

Engineer/Producer

Adam Xycore

Adam Xycore

Music Producer

Borbala (Bobo)

Borbala (Bobo)

Session singer and Admin

Luca Dimakopoulos

Luca Dimakopoulos

Engineer/Producer

Chris Bernauer

Chris Bernauer

Country & Rock Production

Music Production as a Profession

The term, “Music Producer” has become a very diverse title now that music production is more accessible through home computing. It is important that we clarify what we mean by the term: A professional music producer is a person that an artist or company employs, with the sole purpose of bringing a musical project to fruition. This can involve a range of tasks like:
Making sure the Music Production is completed within budget
Helping the Music Production reach the artistic and/or business aspirations of the client
Bridging the gap between the music needs and the technical requirements
Organising the right musicians for the Music Production
Every music producer is different. They all have their own strengths and weaknesses and can bring colour to your productions in varying ways. The below link is an article that was published by Crash Symphony Productions. It explains some of the differences that exist amongst music producers and how they can take various approaches to music production. We invite you to read the article in the hope it assists you in choosing the right producer for your music production.
Read the Article Here
Music Production can encompass a number of different approaches. It can be as simple as recording a single vocalist to as complex as a full rock band that is backed by an orchestra as well as computer programming. There’s a lot technical knowledge to cover. Most music production professionals will specialise in one area, or be proficient in a few areas. Modern music productions are becoming increasingly “in-the-box”. This is a term that refers to the production activity that occurs inside the computer. Conversely, recording an orchestra or rock band is not an “in-the-box” process. Of course. eventually it will end up as audio that is manipulated inside the computer, but the process starts as real instruments. These days there are all kinds of emulated instruments that are available as software packages. Grand pianos can be recorded as virtual instruments. This is also true for almost any other instrument and ensemble you can imagine. For example, Strings, drums, choirs, percussion, and more, can all be accessible as a software instruments. Is this better than recording the real thing from scratch? Not necessarily. It’s different. Like with everything, there are many pros and cons that come along with these options. Our Music producers are experts on what is currently available and what will suite your project. Keep in mind, your choice doesn’t just rely on sound. There can be budget limitations and/or speed of production requirements that can impact on which methods to employ in the music production. These are all the choices that experienced music production professionals can help you to make.

Recording a Single, EP, or Album?

The decision to record a single, EP, or album, can also be a hard choice for an artist. Many artists have a lot of material but are restricted by other factors like time or budget. It is important to meet with your producer regarding your music production prior to commencing. When it is clear what the end result needs to be for the music production, then it is clear what steps need to be taken to reach that goal. When the appropriate information is given to a good music producer they will be able to formulate an exact budget and time frame for completion of the project. The amount of pre-production that is required will depend on the music production. What is pre-production?

Pre Production

Pre-production is the process of preparing before the production begins. This involves rehearsal times, selection of musician, mapping a time-line to completion, creating a post-production marketing structure, planning for the budget, and more. However, the amount of pre-production is different for every project and artist. For example, solo artists that plan to do everything “in-the-box” and rely heavily on the music producer’s input, will require much less pre-production. Alternatively, bands who will be playing all their own musical instruments, will require more pre-production. Choosing the right amount of pre-production for your project is the responsibility of the music producer. The right amount of pre-production will save your project a huge amount of time and money. Musicians will play better, less recording attempts (“takes”) will be required, and less money will be spent editing and fixing errors after the performance.

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