Your Goals My Mission
Getting your music heard in today's new, and non-traditional, music model/industry can be challenging, to say the least. Questions like: "Should I release an EP? A full-length? Or just singles every month?" may arise; in addition to: "Should I write, produce, record, mix it, master it, release it, etc. all myself?" All this can become overwhelming; and if you are working a part-time or full-time job like most creative individuals to support your passion, you may end up suffering opportunity cost by taking on all these tasks on your own!
As a working musician (from being a guitarist and bassist in original bands such as: Ghodsonic and Down Satellite to present day guitarist for Down Generation) I can completely understand how difficult it is to release your own material with limited, sometimes nonexistent, resources; hey, the term "starving artist" isn't a joke!!!
That's why at 210 Studio (formerly Rebels and Devils Music) I want to help musicians as much as possible. Whether it's: doing a podcast with them to help spread the word about their music to helping them record and release their music from beginning to end; I have the resources to help musicians as a musician. If you feel overwhelmed by all the "options" out there let me help; just send me an email or call me at: or (210) 663-8972 and I'll help the best way I can, even pointing you to other resources that may be better for your musical goals.
In closing, I want to provide resources to musicians that weren't accessible to me in the beginning as I was, and still am, a growing musician. Use your energy to write and create music not sort through choices that may consume your most valuable resource: time. I continuously: subscribe, listen and expand my education regarding audio engineering and music creation so I can be a better resource for you while wanting to build a long-lasting beneficial relationship. So, stop the delay of releasing your best musical ideas to date; exceed your goals now rather than later! Thanks - Steven "sonic" Beltran