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DAXAD The One and Only
Seminole, United States

1. David's Music is something drawn from Many artists from his youth to the Present. The theme is to deeply delve into emotions and desires that can move the listener to listen repeatedly and enjoy the musical progression as well as the verses especi

DAXAD The One and Only
Seminole, United States

1. David's Music is something drawn from Many artists from his youth to the Present. The theme is to deeply delve into emotions and desires that can move the listener to listen repeatedly and enjoy the musical progression as well as the verses especi

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1. David's Music is something drawn from Many artists from his youth to the Present. The theme is to deeply delve into emotions and desires that can move the listener to listen repeatedly and enjoy the musical progression as well as the verses especially the hooks. 2. From the Beatles to Instrumentals in the 60's to ZZ top, Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Moody Blues and Pink Floyd have been deeply impressed upon David's listening and writing techniques and performance.  Driven by the performances and styles of those who Impressed their Musical feelings onto him. 3. Song insights into Dave's songs are always critical. A. "Just a Little Bit Crazy" - This song has deep meaning and is apart of Dave's Psyche as Frustration and Desperation towards the condition of Depression is confronted, only to realize that without that one person who stands by you, No one can make it through.  B. "Who I am" - is a self look at what is the Man singing before you.  Bringing forth the emotions of Personal Emotional exposure like a raw nerve.   C. "What you do to me" - Love is always a emotional gut wrencher when things are serious or sad, but being happy and on the mission of creating that one relationship is exhilarating like the song brings out Lyrically, musically and vocally.   D. "You're not supposed to go" - Dave show's the emotional pain in a 60's styled song of someone he knows who had to leave the country indefinitely.  It all revolves around how the song speaks to David as the writer and the singer. 4. With Songs that have musically moved David like "Carousel of Planets" recorded by Perry and Kingsley in the 60's as well as the song "Love is Blue", Andy Williams "Loving You", and The Beatles and 60's groups with songs like "RED Rubber Ball", "Lightning Striking", Soundtrack Songs Like "You only live twice" and "Thunderball" by Tom Jones.So Many songs that emotionally captured and kidnapped Dave's Musical Soul to the point that he vowed that when the time came for him to create his music, he strives to create Emotional but memorable Moments in the Lives of his listeners. New York State Fair 1st place winner - 1978 Dutchess County 2nd Place award winner - 1977-78 Staten Island Mall talent contest - 1st place winner plus many more. Akedemia website - "Just a little bit Crazy" 1st Place songwriting contest winner 2016 Numerous Number 1 positions in Rock, Blues Rock in Seminole, Florida State and in The Whole U.S. and Worldwide charts on and Reverbnation.com2016-18
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I am an 18 year old producer of many kinds of music. Mostly Dubstep, Trap, and Drum&Bass. BOOKIG: _Email not available. Sign in:
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Skydogs 25 Biography George E. Lee was conceived in Greenwich Village, New York City and born in Jamestown, N.Y. That bohemian gene created in Greenwich Village, would influence George at an early age. While growing up in The West Village of NYC, he knew he loved music. Back in 1963, he was hooked when he learned a Beatles tune on the piano. Moving to Connecticut, the music seed began to germinate. At 17, he bought his first guitar and at 18 started his own band. Original music was always his musical path. After recording an album of original music and jamming in, what it seemed like every garage in Ridgefield, Connecticut, in 1976 he left for Los Angeles, California. The years in Los Angeles were informative, creative and provided exposure to other musicians also seeking to fulfill their musical goals. Guitar, bass and piano skill sets were set in stone. George showcased his music with several bands, playing the LA/Hollywood music scene of that period. He would record original music with other musician/friends at Golden Sound Recording Studios, while one night he was privileged to be in the company of Ray Manserek of THE DOORS. Baby O Studios would be another favorite recording facility of his, recording original tunes. George signed up to be the guitarist in a musical off Broadway production of "DARKNESS BEFORE THE DAWN" where he contributed an original composition for a poignant part of the play. With Motown's backing, the musical would receive notoriety until the untimely death of the musical's creator. The 80's would find George playing clubs in showcase bands throughout Los Angeles area. Growing weary of THE LA MUSIC SCENE, he sold his music gear, pursued and discovered his second love, aviation, learning how to fly in Burbank, California. George returned to NYC/ Connecticut, purchased a Rickenbacker bass and Fender Stratocaster. Purveying musically through the late 80's, playing in local clubs and composing original tunes, George wanted a change of scenery and turned to The West again. After a brief habitation in Hilo, Hawaii, in 1990 George moved to St Petersburg, Florida. Aviation took center stage and George would earn his Commercial Pilots License/ single and multi engine aircraft. He would go on to receive a Flight Instructor's License/ single and multi engine. Music was placed on the back burner. Then on the prodding of an acquaintance Rick Miller, George showed up at a jam session in St. Petersburg where he would meet Dave Van Sise. David G. Van Sise was Born in White Plains, NY, and after his first taste of being ONSTAGE in the first grade, Dave was bitten by the performing bug. His talents for music slowly had to be sorted through early instruments such as an accordion, Violin and finally Guitar which was his true passion. At the age of 17 Dave was out performing in clubs be they small or large, Dave wanted to perform. Original songs came soon after and then the list started accumulating with numerous songs of originality. At 19, Dave met up with the Gamblers Band in Derby CT, from 1979-1984. There were moments that the original music might have had a serious and professional outlet from which to make its mark, such as the 45 rpm record recorded in Nashville in 1980 at Rich “R” Tone records, but Life stepped in and Dave became a Dad in 1985. At that time, this was his priority, FAMILY. In 1987, Dave moved to ST. Petersburg Florida for work as a tradesman. Then, Both Dave and George would join up to form THE MAVERICK BAND in May of 1990. Dave Van Sise would be the front man, lead vocalist and guitarist, George E. Lee as bassist and vocalist. During a practice session, George pensively introduced an original song to the band. The fact that it was an original was met with great enthusiasm from Dave. Dave also introduced several of his originals, taking them from a cache of his own original compositions. Subsequent conversations, some late into the night after practices, would yield a treasure trove of musical experiences shared by the both of them throughout their formative years. Both would bring their own styles of composition to the band. Throughout this period in the early 90’s, both men would compose, and perform their music together, galvanizing the friendship and musical camaraderie. . Dave realized the true talent in George’s music, and realized that they were made to join forces and create music like never before! In 1993 The Maverick Band disbanded, but Dave and George would continue on to write and compose. With an aviation turned music theme in mind, George introduced the name SKYDOGS to David. The SKYDOGS took off! Songs were written, and many would be entertained. In 1994, George relocated to Virginia. Both continued on to compose and perform with other musicians. Dave’s music kept him planted in Florida, while George’s music took him to play in Virginia, Connecticut and Vermont. In 1996, Dave and George turned on the pilot light and re ignited THE SKYDOGS yet once again. In their favorite haunts along the Gulf of Mexico, to include John’s Pass, Florida, they would collaborate yet once again. Later that year, circumstances found George in Connecticut and David in Pleasantville, N.Y. More songs were added to the SKYDOG treasure trove, fueling a period of tremendous creativity and musical growth. Showcasing their music throughout the NYC tri-state area, from 1996 through 2000, The SKYDOGS were musically prolific. Dave would return to Florida and George entered his “Troubadour Period.” George continued to compose original songs and perform with his acoustic guitar living in Los Angeles, Vermont, Virginia, Connecticut, and Florida. Both composers would temporarily reconnect musically in 2007 and 2008, yielding classic live recordings and more original songs. Often songs were written together over the phone. With mutual respect for each other’s separate endeavors, THE SKYDOGS team would seek their own musical paths. The musical thread between them would be original music. Though not together, each person continued on to perform and compose. George would perform and record a collection of his newer compositions with several talented female Latin vocalists. David Van Sise would form his own band “D.V.S THE BAND” entertaining the Tampa/St. Petersburg area with his newer compositions and captivating sound. Music, sweat and tears would pass for half a decade, and then missing the creative team of (Lee-Van Sise), both reunited for this CD “Taking Flight.” SKYDOGS25 would rise as a phoenix. The number twenty five would commemorate the years that passed since that night in 1990 when the team became acquainted. SKYDOGS25 “Taking Flight” is now provided to the public. George Lee and David Van Sise have now come to a completeness that hadn’t been quite like before,….a “Quantum Singularity” as it were. A true Musical Force to be reckoned with. And now, as we say in the vernacular of the band, enjoy and “FLY AND BE FREE!”
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Minimal, alternative rock-influenced electronic music, underground hip-hop, ambient soundscapes, noise/glitch music, post-digital. Just a musical mind having fun trying to bend people's minds with a unique sound and concept. Feel free to contact me at _Email not available. Sign in: for questions, inquiries, collaborations, etc.
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How To Hire a Music Producer in Seminole, 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…’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 Seminole, 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… 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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