Mixing * Arranging * Producing * Jazz piano


Balancing the levels of the tracks that have been recorded.

Fine-tuning the sound of each instrument or voice using equalisation (EQ)

“Panning” the tracks between speakers to create a stereo image and placing instruments in proper space.

Adding reverb, compression, and other effects to enhance the original recording.

Metal works, Studio I April 2016

Songwriting & Arranging

The idea is to try and make the song as marketable as possible, while not drifting too far from the artist’s original vision. I’m available for co-writing with artists, and I can also provide music for singers who write songs and don’t play an instrument.

Music composition is a specific activity that requires knowledge of music theory, harmony, counterpoint, etc …

Song Arrangements are connected to music production on so many levels. Great producer is great arranger too!

To listen “My production work” click:  HERE


Music producers are often defined as the unsung heroes behind the scenes in popular music. In recording a song, or making a record, the music producer serves much the same role as a director in a film. It is the music producer’s job to make sure that the finished product is at the end as good as it can be.

Studio Policies

Basic pricing

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our studio policy. A clear understanding of the policy will reduce confusion later on.


$70/hour (taxes included)
(Production and arranging) is paid extra.
* Please note there is a 4 hour minimum session length.

For more info please visit FAQ page

A little explanation 🙂

What is a music producer?

A music producer can, in some cases, be compared to a film director. A producer has many roles that may include, but are not limited to, gathering ideas for the project, selecting songs or session musicians, proposing changes to the song arrangements, coaching the artist and musicians in the studio, controlling the recording sessions, and supervising the entire process through audio …

Special offer

Private jazz piano classes

  1. Ear Training
  2. Rhythm Training
  3. Applied Rhythm Training
  4. Sight Reading
  5. Improvisation
  6. Music Technology Lab
  7. Songwriting & Arranging
  8. Modern Music Listening & Analysis
  9. Writing Charts and Lead Sheets
  10. Elementary Piano for Songwriting & Composition
  11. Jazz Composition & Arranging
  12. Traditional Harmony
  13. Traditional Counterpoint
  14. Pre-production Workshop for Musicians
  15. Modes of the major scale
  16. Jazz improvisation
  17. Dynamic phrasing and musical expression
  18. Piano chords and voicings
  19. Understanding sheet music and sightreading