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Taylor is so talented at what he does and is one of the nicest guys I've ever met in the industry. As a vocalist, he makes me feel comfortable while recording and really knows how to work with my voice. He's positive and understands that the producer's job is to make the studio atmosphere easy to work in and to get the best results out of the artist. Taylor is very versatile in what he can do as a producer and also knows how to make any genre he is working on sound radio ready, clean and very high quality. He also keeps current with his sounds. He's always been early to our sessions and keeps it very professional. I would highly recommend him to anyone who needs a hard working, reliable producer, who does quality work in a timely manner.Dec 7, 2015
Taylor is incredibly professional and time efficient. Well versed overall and quality of his products do not disappoint.Feb 23, 2016Verified
Taylor works with you to create the best possible product. He really cares about the music and puts in an incredible amount of hard work to make it the best it can be. Very easy to work with, write with, very kind, and fun! He immediately understood what my songs meant, what the mood of them where, and made each one extremely special and meaningful.Feb 22, 2016Verified
Love!!!!!!Mar 27, 2016Verified
Taylor has a tremendous work ethic and is an all-around great guy. He has extensive production experience and works well as a team player.Dec 8, 2015
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Yes and no. I like to be able to be flexible with working with budgets, and also maintaining where I need to be at.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Getting the client comfortable and excited is the key to makin a great record. Without any of those two things, the foundation of creation/collaboration will be lost.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Lucky for me, I didn't go to audio school; I saw passed it. You can't be taught to be creative. So instead of going the traditional route, I took out a large loan, and put it all into my recording studio. I then moved to Nashville and interned at Blackbird Recordings and got the hands on experience with professionals that I needed.