Everybody has a studio now, and I guess I'm no exception. I call mine "The Tone Parlour." It exists for me to do my own recording and production work, various works-for-hire, and collaborations with other artists and producers as desired.

If you're looking for a place to do a full band recording, this probably shouldn't be your first stop. I know a lot of studio owners in the area that can provide you a more full-featured space as soon as you walk in the door. It's a lot of work for me to make that happen here, although it IS possible.

But if you want to cobble something together inexpensively, I can make a full band project happen here (and have done so in the past, with exceptional results). We can also "part-out" a project, so that drums (for example) are recorded elsewhere, and the remaining creative process unfolds here.


Here are some things I do in The Tone Parlour:
  • Teach private guitar lessons.
  • Record and produce voice-overs for commercial projects.
  • Compose and arrange music.
  • Record guitars, bass, keyboards, vocals, harmonica and percussion.
  • Program drum loops.
  • Mix and master music recordings.
  • Do foley work.
  • Do all kinds of audio editing.
  • Duplicate CD's and DVD's.
  • Watch the dogs nap in the exact middle of the floor.


Since I'm mostly a guitarist, the Tone Parlour is mostly focused on guitars, amplification, and related gadgets for making and recording guitar sounds.

A lot of people like to have me play on their projects, and are curious as to what is involved. There are several easy ways to do this, and I can make it really affordable. Just send me a message, and we can work something out (the barter system is alive and well).

In general, you'll find I'm pretty enthusiastic about talking about guitars. If you ever have a question about how I do something or what I use, I'm not keeping any secrets. Also, I'm always looking for new ideas. Feel free to chat me up via email or Facebook.

If you're interested in working with me, I'd love to hear from you. Let me know.

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