How To Make Your Self-Produced Album Sound A Lot More ProfessionalPosted: August 17, 2018
Planning your next album? Interfacing with Nashville Trax can help make it more professional than any music you’ve created before.
The CDs pictured, all released in 2018, demonstrate four different ways these artists chose to work with us to achieve a better result than they could do on their own.
The upper left CD by The Greatest Gift was an eight song album, one of many we’ve done for them. The group’s songwriter sent us his rough originals recorded with just piano and vocal. We charted his songs and cut all new music tracks. The group then added their vocals to those tracks in a local studio near them in the New England area and mixed there. As we’ve worked with them they’ve gone from playing on Sunday’s at their local church to appearing on T.V. shows and scoring hits on the Gospel charts.
Lower Left: The Swansons first album: We cut all the music tracks using our Nashville Trax A Team. Based in the Los Angeles area, they came to Nashville and cut their vocals here at Nashville Trax then we mixed here in Nashville using three different mix studios.
Country This has garnered considerable radio airplay around the United States and birthed two charting singles. We are now about half way through producing their followup album.
Upper Right: Rootstock was an album project we added individual instrument tracks as needed, steel on several songs, fiddle on a few songs, etc. simply beefing up the musical muscle.
Lower Right: This group is based in Norway. We cut every instrument track, they added their vocals at a studio in Norway, sent them back to us where we mixed and mastered. This Christian group reports that CD sales are going extremely well with many hundreds sold the first few days, nearly recouping their investment.
In each case the group or artist had a high degree of talent but no one is an expert at everything. We were able to provide top notch equipment, world class musicians, professional engineering to make their projects superior to what they could have accomplished alone.
We can help you too! e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of your project, what you wish to achieve and how you believe we might help out. Or call producer Bill Watson at 615-319-8616.