Looking to have a Christian song produced? Give a listen to this client a capella “before” version of this song (titled “Paradise”) then our version.
Client “Before” version:
Nashville Trax “after” version:
Paradise is © Jon Smith, posted by permission. If you’re interested in recording this song; using it in a commercial application such as in a movie or on a website; or singing it in a performing situation please let us know and we’ll forward your request to the songwriter and song publisher.
How about that saxophone player? If you need fantastic sax on your tune, we’ll get him. He’s THE MAN!
Pro recordings make everyone- friends, family, artists, record company A & R and music publishers- take notice. Have 3 or 4 pro demos or masters to peddle and they’ll brand you as a pro-level songwriter every time you pitch them.
We would be thrilled to do that for you!
As one of the staff who worked on this track said while listening to the final mixdown, “There are a lot of people in Nashville who wish their album tracks sounded this good!”
If you would like a quote on making a professional version of your song simply drop an e-mail with your rough mp3 or mp4 attached to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of what you want. We’ll likely bat a couple e-mails back and forth before we determine an exact price. It can be completed over the Internet or you can be present for the entire process.
Write in another style? There are more samples of work to your right in Categories > Samples of Our Work.
If you like older style country we can do that all day long; fiddle, pedal steel out front in the mix, we love it!
But much of what makes radio these days incorporates more of a rock vibe. If there’s fiddle and steel they’ll have to fight for a spot in the mix, distorted guitars and cannon-like drums rule.
Here’s a demo produced by Play It Again Demos by producer, Bill Watson, titled “Renegade” that features those types of sounds.
Renegade is © 2013, 2016 Dan Mathews, used by permission of the songwriter. If you’re interested in recording this song please let us know and we’ll forward your request to the songwriter and music publisher.
Do you need a quality singer like this to make your song sound professional?
An arrangement that make your tune something special, not just regurgitate the rough version? That blues-scale riffs in the intro, halfway through the chorus and on through? The producer, Bill Watson, wrote them in during pre-production.
And how about these musicians? Wouldn’t it be thrilling to hear these guys doing your song? And so worth the money?
Pro demos make everyone– friends, family, artists, record company A & R and music publishers- take notice and will brand you as a pro-level songwriter every time you play them.
We would be as happy to do that for you! Just shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com with your rough mp3 version attached and request a quote today!
There are more samples of work to your right in Categories > Samples of Our Work.
I thought you might like to hear this, hot off the press so to speak.
The client’s Before version of Oh Lord I Sing To Thee:
The Play It Again Demos in progress version:
The songwriters are pleased with our work. “It sounds great!” said Robert Landes after the first listen to this version, then he paid extra to create a final mix second version with suggested possible additions: violin, bass guitar and percussion. That second version will be posted here in a couple of weeks, stay tuned.
Update! Here is the version with violin, bass guitar, drums and percussion (the drummer added a shaker) to it:
Oh Lord I Sing To Thee is © 2016 Landes/Purdy, posted by permission of the songwriters. If you’re interested in recording this song or using it in your church service please let us know and we’ll forward your request to the songwriters and publisher.
Do you like our singer? She’s awesome isn’t she? Strong and clear, great with harmony. Do you need a quality piano track or a superior quality vocal to make your song sound professional? Pro demos make everyone- friends, family, artists, record company A & R and music publishers- take notice. Have 3 or 4 pro demos to peddle and they’ll brand you as a pro-level songwriter every time you pitch them.
We would be thrilled to do that for you! Just shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with your rough mp3 attached and request a quote today!– b.e.
As far as music quality sometimes nothing, sometimes a lot. In general a lot more time is spent on a master from pre-production through tracking, through mixing and then it’s mastered, a step not usually taken on demos.
The big difference is rights in regards to selling the project for profit, which reflects on how many $ are shelled out for the recording. The songwriter(s) fully own the rights to the melody and lyric but the right to sell the recording depends on what the songwriter(s) pays for. If the musicians on the recording are paid demo rate then the songwriters can give away all the demonstration copies (on CD or MP3 usually) they like, but they can’t legally sell it. Demos usually cost in the hundreds.
Paying for a master recording (usually costing in the thousands of $) gives you the right to sell CD copies or downloads. It’s important to be sure the singer (if you don’t sing the song yourself) understands that’s the intent.
Two fairly recent developments passed by the musicians union:
1. A limited release master, cheaper than master rate, allows you to sell up to 10,000 CDs or downloads
2. You can upgrade from demo to master by paying the difference. In the old days a demo was forever a demo. I believe this upgrade became inevitable as demo quality and complexity improved and many demos sounded nearly as good as masters.- b.e.