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ChuckStar
New Brunswick, United States

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ChuckStar
New Brunswick, United States

Instagram: chuckstarofficial Snapchat: zionchuck Facebook: ChuckstarMusic Youtube: ReciosMusic Twitter: ChuckstarMusic

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With time comes experience, and in the three years since their third album, Heroes of Gravity, quaked across college radio, the Fletchers have added and reflected upon many of life's ups and downs. Collective and individual, the experiences have made a home on the NJ-based indie band's latest effort Reset the Dial, and the result is nothing short of poetry. Sometimes loud and raucous, at time cerebral and emotional, the album shows the boys have grown, but will never completely grow up. You thought it was just right for you / You held it in your hands / But then it slipped right through / Always move on to something new / But novelty wears thin / Now what you gonna do – "Right for You" The 12 tracks on Reset the Dial conjure some classic themes – love, loss, fear, isolation, restlessness, and starting over – all expressed with familiar optimism that frontman and guitarist Gary Kaplan frequently breathes into his lyrics. Musically, it delivers powerful, fuzz-laden melodies, lush vocal harmonies and impassioned verses, with the subtle influences of iconic artists such as Guided by Voice, early REM, J Mascis, and Bob Mould weaved throughout. "We've been together as a band for almost eight years, and we've gone through a lot together and separately," said Kaplan. "When we started writing this album, we were all very much in different places; we've faced significant changes with family, friends, and even jobs. Some of us have become parents for the first or second time. When you're looking at those kinds of challenges and life changes, you sort of take stock in where you've come from and where you're going. Through everything, the band has been a constant and we were still inspired to make an album and have it be something special. Reset the Dial is the result of all that we've been through." With releases each year since the band formed in 2008, The Fletchers' first three albums were written and delivered with rapid urgency. For this fourth album, the band took a slow cooker approach – experiencing life changes and relishing the freedom to write and perform, and finally record and produce on their own terms. Band members Kaplan, Dan Coffey (bass and backing vocals), Rob Freda (guitar and backing vocals) and Cliff Heaton (drums and backing vocals) collaborated more on Reset the Dial than previous efforts, drawing from broader inspiration and experiences and offering some deeper influences and musical elements. When it came to committing songs to tape, Kaplan pursued along with co-producer and recording engineer Erik Kvortek. Painted with brush strokes of British rock and American indie, tracks like "For the First Time" and "Perfect Daughter" cover subjects like pain and fear and letting go, while the title track deals with rising above a messy and hurtful relationship. The gifts that life offers through friends and family are deftly covered in tunes like "What You Want" and "All I Want is You," and the reflection on early influence and reverence is found in a captivating cover of The Clash's "London Calling." "Three years has offered the time to play and work out the songs that make up Reset the Dial, and over that time we've continued to develop as a band. I, for one, am a lot more confident," said Kaplan. " There's more range to the vocals, and overall more textured sound. We weren't afraid to be too sweet. We weren't afraid of being dark. We've really painted pictures that tell stories with these song, and we feel good about this chapter." Band contact or Information email @: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_/TheFletchersMusicWWWW
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How To Hire a Music Producer in New Brunswick, US

To kick things off, choose which type of producers you’d like to pitch on your brief

For example:

  • Pop music producers
  • Christian music producers
  • EDM producers
  • Hip hop producers
  • Song producers

Next, it’s time to write up your brief and start the hiring process:

How To Find A Producer

Finding & vetting the perfect creative for your project might seem like a time-consuming prospect.

Twine does the hard work for you by matching you with top music producers using over ten different criteria and manually-vetting their pitches.

Here’s a quick overview of how to find a music producer on Twine:

  1. Write your brief & post up a job
  2. Wait for freelance music producers to pitch on your project
  3. Review your pitches and choose a freelancer
  4. Negotiate your terms
  5. Get to work!
Writing a music production brief

Here’s a stat for you:

60% of freelancers abandon a job pitch halfway through for being too long or complex

Although Twine matches you to suitable creatives and vets their pitches…

...it’s still really important to make sure your job brief is well-written in order to attract high-quality pitches.

When writing up your music production brief, make sure you include the following information:

  • Who you are
  • What you need (and why)
  • The scope & size of your project
  • References of tracks you like
  • Target audience
  • Budget
  • Deadline

If you’d like any more guidance on how to write the perfect brief, check out our example music production brief.

How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Music Producer in New Brunswick, US?

The cost of hiring a music producer will largely depend on the nature of your project.

For example, hiring a seasoned producer for a full-band album will cost significantly-more than hiring a junior producer for a simple acoustic track.

So, on average, how much is it to hire a music producer?

Using the data gathered from our network of freelance music producers, here are the ranges you can expect for a day’s work (7-8 hours):

Music Producer LevelJuniorMid-LevelExpert
Day Rate$150-250$250-350$350-500

Here are the price ranges in GBP:

Music Producer LevelJuniorMid-LevelExpert
Day Rate£100-200£200-250£250-400

For a more-detailed overview of music producer rates on Twine, head over to our jobs board to browse current music production projects.

How much does it cost to record a song in a studio?

The cost of recording a song in a studio can be anything from a couple of hundred dollars, up to several thousand dollars.

Using the data collected from a network of US-based recording studios, the average price to record a song in a studio (excluding production costs) is $480.

How much does a recording engineer cost?

Using the data from our platform, here are the rates you can expect from a freelance recording engineer for a day’s work (7-8 hours):

Music Producer LevelJuniorMid-LevelExpert
Day Rate$150-250$250-350$350-500
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a music producer?

Great question!

Music producers are essentially project managers for recording-based projects. They work directly with the artist to navigate the recording process and ensure the finished recording is the best it can possibly be.

A producer’s duties will typically include:

  • Planning all logistical aspects of the recording process
  • Serving as the middleman between the artist & engineer
  • Coaching the artist to perform at their very best
  • Making suggestions to the arrangement & song structure

Many freelance music producers are also well-versed in other relevant skills, such as:

  • Engineering
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • Songwriting

Therefore, if you’re looking for an all-encompassing production process, be sure to include any additional skills you require in your project brief.

When hiring a creative, be sure to get a full overview of the videographer’s skills to determine whether or not you’ll need to hire additional personnel for your project (such as a director or a post-production engineer).

Why hire a music producer?

Here’s the deal:

After spending a significant amount of time writing a track from scratch…

...it becomes impossible to hear it from an audience perspective.

Similarly, if you’re focussed on the logistical and technical aspects of the recording process…

...this can pull you out of the creative headspace you need to be in to produce a top-quality product.

A freelance music producer serves as a fresh set of ears on your track, providing the necessary guidance to take things from demo-level to a commercially-viable product.

With a producer handling the logistics, you’re able to focus solely on being the music, leading to a better-quality performance.

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