Craig Jacks

Craig Jacks

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Pop - Electro | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 126   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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cjacksmusic--Modern, hip, and al

cjacks produces music at THE SHeD, an all aluminum, Logic Pro X based, state-of-the-Yard studio designed by Montgomery Ward in the early 70s.

cjacks' music has been used in advertising, film, TV, and close to a zillion podcasts (opening/closing themes). He focuses on writing genrephobic instrumentals but, doesn't shy away from adding vocal tracks whenever appropriate for a project.

• A "one stop shop"--cjacks owns the rights to everything he makes available for use.

• Easy to work with, loves deadlines, thinks 'outside the outside of the box', and will do whatever it takes to make you, the all knowing Music Supervisor look good and smile.

"cjacks' music is always fresh as a freaking daisy and right on the money. We'd use him for everything we do if we could. His music is always a big hit at Matrha Stewart's fashionably exclusive cheese tasting gatherings and he definitely knows how to make a TV spot come to life."
--Hiram Nowe, Music Supervisor (2013)

"The thing we love about working with cjacks is, he always seems to 'just get it'. That's important when you want your project to stand out and be noticed. His ability to subliminally bend the audience's minds in the direction needed is uncanny. Some call it natural genius. We just call it ...cjacks."
--Name withheld pending authentication. We suspect cjacks wrote this one himself...What a guy! (2014)

"I wouldn't necessarily judge cjacks' ability on the music he's placed on any particular website. Usually, he's already lightyears ahead of that stuff and one never knows what he'll deliver until they actually give him their specific direction. One thing I will say though, his music always sounds best when played at the highest volume possible."
--Daivd Bowie (Yes, ...THAT Daivd Bowie) (2011)