Why do you charge these amounts for services?
QUALITY is key to a great successful song/project. These rates are based on the time, effort, musical knowledge, use of equipment & industry experience that are accumulated to be put into the work committed for the best possible results.
How do I pay?
An invoice will be sent through email by firstname.lastname@example.org once agreed
upon the service you wish to pursue. The BSB and Account number will be
provided in the invoice itself.
An invoice will be sent through email by email@example.com once agreed upon the service you wish to pursue. You will then be redirected to PayPal to follow further instructions.
An invoice will be sent through email by firstname.lastname@example.org once agreed upon the service you wish to pursue. You will then need to organize a time and place for a meet-up in order to deliver the cash.
Are there any discounted deals?
Yes. Percentage discounts shall be discussed with riddo.
How long is a session?
1 (one) whole session can be between 2-10 hours on the same day. This includes songwriting, recording, mixing and mastering. You can combine two different stages of production into one session if you want.
e.g. songwriting for 2 hours + recording for 2 hours = 4 hours = 1 session.
What is considered as a revision?
Once a beat/song is sent back with any changes and updates compared to what was previously sent, that is considered a revision.
What is considered a bar?
A bar is a measure of time in music, and in rap music a bar signifies a verse of the song within a 1, 2, 3, 4 count. After determining the bars, you will be able to write your lyrics within the confines of a bar.