Savage Music and Mentoring
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Lou was wonderful to work with, responsive to my suggestions and fast and efficent. I highly recommend his services both as a narrator and studio sound recordistFeb 23, 2016Verified
Lou is great! He is an amazing musician and teacher. He has taught my son guitar for a few months now and I'm impressed with how motivated my son is to practice after each lesson.Apr 7, 2020
Lou is a wonderful teacher. My son has been learning piano with him for some time. He really makes classes fun and it’s wonderful to see quick progress with my son.Apr 7, 2020
I hired Lou to be a audio engineer and voice over artist for my book, "Mastering the American Accent." First off, he has an absolutely beautiful, rich and clear voice that was so conducive to what my audio tracks were trying to convey to the learners. Additionally, he was very detail-oriented and a perfectionist about the quality of the recording and the editing of the project. He insisted on fixing the most minute errors that my ears didn't even catch. The people at my book's publishing house in New York were very impressed with the quality of the recording. I highly recommend Lou for any kind of voice over or audio engineering work. He set a standard for me and I cannot imagine using anyone else. Thanks Lou!!!Feb 26, 2015
Voice Over Lessons
I came to Lou for voice acting lessons after a long layoff. The atmosphere is very casual and easy to work in. He also has the ability to edit our sessions, so I always get recordings of our sessions to use for reference. I would absolutely recommend Lou to anyone looking to explore this kind of work.Apr 8, 2015Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge by the month. Visit "pricing and details" at my website. Fees are $35/30 minutes, $50/45 minutes, $70/60 minutes.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Most... actually, "all" professional musicians will say that they didn't choose playing music, music chose them. As far as teaching, you could say that I just wanted to do for others what my teachers did for me. I look back at my teachers with with warmth and fondness.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I work with every type of person, aged 4 to 82, students, professionals, doctors, lawyers, moms, dads, plain-old people... every type. The interesting thing is, that no matter what you do or how well you do what you do, if you have a genius IQ or you're famous in your own world, it usually means nothing when you visit me. Everyone starts from step one; whatever it is that you're amazing at in your own life doesn't mean much here. The way of thinking is completely different, as if the rules of life are different. Whatever thinking strategies you've used to get where you are, they rarely work here. The reason is that music uses a seemingly completely different area of the mind than most other things. Aspects of it are reational, but one needs to train one's self to access that other part of the mind. And, that part of the mind, depending on the task, can be so simple that people become handicapped by the paradox of its simplicity.