A lot of music today is being made in home studios, which is a great step forward for musicians everywhere! That being said, the precision instruments and experienced ears of a mastering engineer are more necessary than ever. I'll be glad to record a live acoustic drums tracks for your project. I play all saxophones soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone and also flute, clarinet, and bass clarinet. Additionally to jazz and classical music, I'm well versed in Brazilian genres, such as samba, choro, and maracatu. I have an original voice that will sound great on any track. I have worked with some big producers before in Chicago before moving out to LA. I dabble in indie rock, psych rock, synthwave, hip hop, and metal. I work as a session guitarist, and have a skillset in songwriting.
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Welcome to EverybodyWiki! Sign in or create an account to improve, watchlist or create an article like a company page or a bio yours? Eddie Galan is a Los Angeles-born Talent manager, acting manager, and former songwriter , record producer and music manager. He is also the Co-founder and Co-President of Girl on Mercury, a quick growing film and television production company built with long time star client, Kiersey Clemons. He studied film production at Occidental College in Los Angeles and began a successful career in music songwriting and production right out of college, going on to sell over 21 million records as a songwriter and music producer. Galan produced, vocal arranged and sang backgrounds on B5's "Shining Star" on Disney's Hannah Montana soundtrack, an album which twice topped the Billboard and has been certified triple platinum by the RIAA. Galan also co-wrote and produced the Clique Girlz's "Incredible", which was used as the theme song for the Beijing Olympics as well as being a featured song on the Olympics Team USA Soundtrack. He also had success internationally with multiple major label placements in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and Mexico, where Galan produced "Freakshow" for debut artist Victoria.
By the third quarter of , Eddie and Trilogy Productions already landed over major cuts alone and are booked solid in their L. How did you get started in the music business? Billboard Award-winning producer Eddie G: I started in the music business actually as a vocalist. Together with two other friends we formed a group and started to perform and meet with various producers in Los Angeles. I learned a lot about the music business at that time, which prepared me well to understand the workings in the entertainment world. After one of our group members left, my other friend and I got more involved in the recording process and we started to amass all the tools we needed to record our own demos. In fact, to gain more experience we decided to make demos for other artists at no charge.
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