Taylor D

Taylor D

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Pop - Rock | Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 14   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Writes/Charts/Arranges/Engineers and Records.
Enjoys the challenges of playing all the instrumentation himself as well as singing all lead and backing vocals.
Instruments Taylor has played (and struggled with)in his production include, but have not been limited to:
Acoustic guitar
Electric rhythm guitar
Bass guitar
Electric lead guitar
Live acoustic drums
Percussive and programming
Mandolin and harmonica (once in a great while)

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Latest News

Making a phenomenal solo EP/Album! Fun Fun! :)
Already have major film placement selection prior even, to this new record release! Being told they put it on the film's (currently filming) timeline, so pushing to get it a lengthy exposure and career, and praying the contracts end up just as lengthy of course!
Very grateful for this inspiration and launching more tracks!
Work work work! :)
No shortcuts!
Hope you enjoy the workmanship and thank you for listening in.


A Group Of Unreal People posted over 30 days ago to Taylor D

hey tay, been a while
you wanna have some producer fun?
take over a bogged down project?
maybe make a little cash?
find out how to get other peoples interest, with minimum effort?
work with pro tracks?
meet a new contact that might benefit you?
and, if it doesn't work, you;ve only wasted a day?
but not really, because even if the artist doesn't like your mix, you keep all the tracks yourself, great drums, loops, conga grooves, etc...?
with tracks that can be used in other ways if that happens?
a cool pop speed, with a great feel?

i bet the artist will be amased at your days work.
i bet that he will pay you.
you will own the tracks, he will most likely want them.
maybe you can learn to negotiate a deal, good practice for the future.
maybe you work out a per-hour thing, after you've done "quick mix"
one hour, i bet, you couild get a great sound
or, talk to the guy and say something like...
"hey, man, can't do this free, but I can always use fifty bucks.
"and if ya want the tracks, to nown them, we'll chat about that too"

thats the way its done, Tay
you get ownership of 9 stereo tracks
cuttable, and the tracks can be used forever, in various ways.
even when you transfer them to the artist, you can cut out beats and use them, if that is the deal you reach.

could be fun, huh?

Ziplok posted over 30 days ago


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