I will keep this blog post short and to the point.
These are confusing times for all of us, no one really knows how tomorrow’s going to look like, but one thing us musicians know for sure – nothing will stop us from creating music.

In times like these, recording studios and music producers, like a lot of other businesses out there,  are getting less and less work, not only because of the fear of the Corona-virus, but also because a lot of us feel uncertainty about our financial future.

But enough stating the obvious, in this blog post I actually wanted to bring up an opportunity that has been created for artists.

If you are one of those people who kept their job despite Corona, or saved some money for future music productions or recording time, or maybe you are just optimistic enough about your financial future, now will be a great time to hit up one of your favorite music producers (or maybe just a really good music producer if you don’t have a favorite one) or maybe a well known recording studio you’ve put  your eyes on.

Why?
Because you’d  probably get a “Corona discount” (sounds funny I know, but I’m serious)  and to be honest, working with a music producer one on one in a sterilized recording studio, or maybe online, is probably less dangerous than going to the supermarket or to the park on a walk. (That’s my personal opinion though:)

In times when music producers and recording studios are struggling is the right time for artist to come and negotiate a good price for their production, giving they’re aware of the risks.

That’s it for today folks, hope you’re keeping safe

Raz

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Raz Klinghoffer

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Raz Klinghoffer (AKA Hamster) is a record producer, songwriter, mix & audio engineer, and guitarist. He records at his recording studio in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. Raz has spent over 16-years producing and mixing most genres of music including pop, electronic, rock, hip-hop, R&B, Americana/folk, film scores, adult contemporary, country, and metal. Raz works with up & coming and established artists at all levels of their careers, and ghost produced for some of the biggest names in the industry. Raz’s co-write and production work for EarlyRise, “Wasteland,” was the only track by an unsigned artist to be featured in-game in Ubisoft ‘Rocksmith 2014’ – alongside Paramore, Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, etc. Raz’s music has appeared on many shows like Netflix’s ‘Insatiable’, “Lucifer”, NBC’s ‘Shades of Blue’ , “Shadowhunters”, Fox’s “Almost Family” and ABC’s “The Rookie” etc. His track “La La La” received airplay across the country on powerhouse top 40 stations Z100 (NYC), Q102 (Philly), XL106.7 (Orlando), 91.7 ZHT (Salt Lake City), and KISSFM (Phoenix).