SRF Audio Productions
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Stephen Froeber is a knowledgeable, professional and humble teacher who encourages questions, discussions and individuality in composition, production, and orchestration. He taught me a great deal about producing Logic Pro that I never thought we possible. My music now radiates like never before-- I truly couldn't believe the difference. He even saved me a whole lot of money by telling me what film scoring programs my system can and can't use (I wasn't taking the sequencer into consideration)!Nov 30, 2014
My experience with Stephen today was professional from start to finish. If anyone out there truly looking for a top notch professional....THIS IS YOUR GUY!!! I am looking forward to many more sessions with Stephen. Don't make the mistake and pass this guy up. HE IS THE REAL DEAL.Nov 21, 2014Verified
We met by chance while deployed. I heard him play and was amazed at the choices of scales and chords he played. Stephen has helped me learn about the theory of guitar. I always played by ear and now its nice to know why I play what I am playing. He is continuing to coach me even though we are apart in my musical endeavors. I can't thank him enough.May 6, 2014
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a two time graduate from Berklee College of Music, with specialities in Producing Music with Logic, and Orchestrating and Producing Music for Film and Games. I'm also Apple Certified, Level 2, in Logic Pro. As a composer, I'm constantly reading and researching both new technologies and new ways of presenting musical concepts which I bring over to my music lessons.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Whenever you are looking for a music teacher, don't immediately look for the cheapest bidder. (Don't necessarily look for the most expensive bidder either). You want a teacher who is going to be most interested in helping the student achieve the goals that they want to achieve. Interview your teacher. If it seems like you are just a number, then try someone else. Music should be fun and exciting, not a chore. I always ask my clients what their musical goals are before we ever begin the first lesson. This will dictate how I approach the lessons with each student. (That's also why I don't default to music book curriculum for every student)