When you have written songs, the next step is to explain your vision to the producer. I often advice singers who are at the stage of recording their first important body of songs and we have a few pre-production plans in place to help give direction to a producer….

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1. Write out for yourself a list of your favourite ten songs in your record collection.

2. Is the instrumentation generally live or midi?

After you have established this, I find that singers as a general rule tend to fall into one of two main camps:

3. Do you prefer the guitar/bass/drums band sound?

4. Or the sound of piano/keyboard bass/violins etc?

5. Assess what kind of live performer you would like to be.

6. Do you have any additional requirements – eg. a DJ onstage with you, choroegraphy, does the drummer need to play to a click etc?

7. Are you intending to play with a live band or to a backing track? This may affect how you record your songs as the audience will know & love the album’s sound.

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