LONDON RECORD PRODUCER RECORDING STUDIO
Our record production focusses in on what our artists' truly love musically. We then find the direction through sound exploration in sub genres - clean, dirty and whatever inspires what we are making.
As well as experimenting and exploring sound creation, we are real musicians and specialise in improvisation, structures and listening to one another. We know the market and are open to various approaches.
What makes a decent record producer?
Understanding the 6 elements in music creation and production and what makes a great song memorable is important. In the 90s, Julian Chown spent years studying music and analysed the most amazing pieces, which gave him a great strength in this field. He applies this in everything undertaken as well as finding something completely new. Running of a breath of freedom with improvisation allows an easy flow in creation as a record producer.
During the decades of working with singer-songwriters both in and out of the studio has provided a strong knowledge of what works to make a song credible.
- Writing of memorable melodies
- Dynamic chord progressions that move with lyrical content
- Reflective vocal performances and guidance
- Vocal harmony arrangements
- Instrumentation performances that work with the song content
- Sound design to reflect the genre and mood of the song
- A mix that reflects the style, mood and artist dynamics
- Introducing new music and sound elements to keep the listeners' interested throughout.
An extensive background in music analysis, harmony and improvisation is an important roll in what happens behind the scene at Joules Productions London recording studio.
You will work with a professional music producer that pushes boundaries through vast knowledge to make lyrics and melodies really shine for success.
The recording studio includes dozens of acoustic, amplified and synth instruments. These include guitars such as a Japanese '91 Telecaster and 1972 Gibson S1. Keyboards such as a 1976 Fender Rhodes MK1 Piano, 1971 Wurlitzer 200a, Steinway P Vertegrand, a Sequential Circuits Prophet 6, 1979 Jen SX1000 synth and a 1986 Ensoniq SQ80. There are also the Arturia V7 Collection, Korg Legacy, M1, MS20, Polysix, Monopoly and Legacy.