Ok, so you are at the point where you have some songs written and you need to get them recorded.

  • Where do I go to record them?
  • How much should I pay?
  • Do I need a producer?
  • What is a producer?
  • How do I get other artists to hear my songs?
  • How do I get a record deal?
  • How do I get my music on iTunes and Spotify?

These are all very valid questions that you should be asking yourself.

Whether you are looking to start an internet fan base, get your songs on iTunes, sell CDs at your shows, get your songs placed in film or TV, or even get a record deal or publishing deal–there’s one thing you will have to do first: make an amazing recording. Anyone with gear can record, but recording an album that can stand up against what you hear on the radio takes more than just good songs–it takes professional production.

But where do you start?

  • Do you call a studio?
  • Do you call a producer?
  • Do you need an engineer?
  • What if you want to use the drummer who played on your favorite record? Where do you find his number?
  • Do you need to master your mixes?
  • What is mastering anyway?

OmniSound Studios has over 35 years of experience working in the trenches of the recording industry on projects ranging from Blake Shelton and Randy Houser, to Kelly Clarkson and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Now, all the tools and expertise that have been used by major labels for years are at your fingertips. We can walk you through every step of the way.

It all starts with an email or phone call.

We will talk with you to help you determine your goals and select the best team of professionals to fit your direction and your budget. We’ll be there to answer your questions from the first phone call to the final mix. And best of all, you keep all the rights and ownership of your songs. One hundred percent. Period.

Sounds expensive, right? Because of how efficient and streamlined the process is, you might be surprised that it is a lot more affordable than you think.

Stay tuned for Part 2 where we dive into more details about getting started and provide more information on common pitfalls to avoid.