Online Session Pianist, Guitarist, Bassist & Vocalist
Rodel Sound offer an online session musician service fore artists that require an experienced recording pianist, guitarist, bassist and/or female vocalist.
All you need to do is forward an mp3 or wav file of your song with a brief outlining style and feel. The recorded parts will be returned to you as audio stems. We will ensure the stems can easily be incorporated back into your sessions. If you have any questions please use our contact page.
Watch how Dan records each of the instruments in these online tutorial videos.
- Bass Guitar
- Acoustic Guitar
- Electric Guitar
- by Georgie from GeorgieDAN
Upload your track with along with a brief outline. Turn around 2 - 3 working days
£35 per instrument
3 variations provided of each instrument)
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