Clients JRH Productions Have Worked With
From Metal, to Pop, to Classical
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Using Templates To Save Time
In a world where time is an engineers enemy we sometimes need to get the job done quickly. If this is the case for you I highly recommend using templates...
Preparation – Your Biggest Tool
So the more I work with bands/musicians, the more I learn how to streamline the process of taking their musical ideas from small demos on the computer to recording them...
Have you ever used two microphones on a guitar amp, snare drum or sound source and wondered why the sound was so thin and lifeless? The answer is most likely...
The First Meeting
As I’ve mentioned before in the past I feel it is crucial for the producer/engineer of the record to meet up with the band and discuss what they want to...
The Importance of Knowing Who You’re Working With
The more we deal with bands, the better we develop an understanding of who we are working with and how we can develop a relationship with them. This is why...
Getting A Professional Perspective
So if you listen to metal, chances are you’ll have listened to something mixed by Andy Sneap. He’s done a shit load of metal ranging from old school classics like...
“Working with JRH Productions was extremely easy, there was constant contact throughout the entire process as well as regular updates to make sure the best product was achieved. Would definitely use again and would definitely recommend!”A Promise To Forget
“I had the privilege of briefly working with Jack on one episode of a six part sitcom series. Each episode was having a six day turn around until it had to be delivered to be aired and unfortunately our sound designer who we had lined up to do it had to let us down. Fortunately Jack came to the rescue and with only one day to complete a twenty-two minute sound design he managed to deliver a leveled sound track and corrected all obvious errors. Jack really came through for us and without his help and expertise we would never have met our deadline”Lee Anthony Reilly (Director of Missing the Point)
“Recording with Jack was very easy and enjoyable. I felt very comfortable talking about the various aspects of the song and was under no pressure to get the parts right as fast as humanly possible. When mixing the song he captured the atmosphere I desired perfectly (unlike other producers I have worked with). His passion to bring the song to life matched my own and made for a very positive working environment!”Tom Adams - Rafiki
“Working with Jack was my first time in a studio, and I couldn’t have hoped for a better engineer. He helped me feel totally at ease, and was really fun to work with. He really listened to the music to help shape our sound, and always took our ideas on board when offering input. Jack’s professionalism, recording expertise, and good humour were an absolute pleasure to work with.”Fingers Crossed
“Working with Jack was great. We had no trouble getting comfortable in the studio, which is always a massive help. Jack knows how to have a laugh in the studio, but he also manages to squeeze the best performance out of you. With regards to receiving our mixes, Jack was able to give us a finished and polished product within an astoundingly quick time frame. We’re definitely going to work with him again!”KEEPER
“Working with Jack was a very straightforward experience, he listened to what I wanted for the sound of the project and did an excellent job creating that. He was professional, and worked with a good sense of time. I really would not hesitate to work with Jack again in the future!”Approach of Nibiru