Below you will find the most commonly asked questions. If yours isn’t listed, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Ideally – yes. In order for me to provide you with a solid foundation to your song, my parts will need to be recorded to a fixed tempo. Your guide track will need to be recorded to the appropriate tempo as this is what I will be using as a reference to record my parts to. This will make it much easier if you decide to re-record new parts over my drum track.
On average you will have your drum tracks recorded and sent back to you for approval within 48 hours. During particularly busy times this may be slightly longer, but you will be notified if this is the case.
In order to be fair, I have moved away from a fixed pricing scheme. Every project is different, with varying levels of complexity and requirements.
You can request a quote here and I’ll get back to you within 24 hours!
Yes! Once I’ve recorded drums to your track I’ll send you a private link to listen to it. At this point you can let me know of any changes that you would like made. We can discuss these changes via email or over the phone – whichever you prefer.
UK clients can pay by straight-forward BACS payment, online or via their local bank. International clients can pay by PayPal – you don’t need a PayPal account to pay, just a valid credit or debit card.
With Acoustic Drum Tracks you will receive up to 15 un-processed multitracks as WAV or AIFF files. You can easily import these into your audio software (DAW) and mix them yourself.
With MIDI Drum Tracks you will also receive multitracks as WAV or AIFF files as well as the original MIDI file.
Once you’ve paid for your drum tracks you own the rights and therefore no royalties need to be paid. It’s up to you whether you decide to credit me for the drums.
If you’re in need of some guitar and bass tracks (or anything else for that matter), then I have access to some fantastic musicians, all of which are set up for remote / online sessions. Just let me know if this is something that you’re interested in.