If you want to upgrade from the Demo package to The Full Production package, simply pay the balance of £350 for the extra studio time at any stage of the project.
The studio time included is usually enough time to produce an average track but if your music is more complex you may require more time. If so, all you have to pay for is the extra studio time. The production fee is a one off payment and will cover you for the entire track, regardless of length or complexity of the material.
If you require an album or EP of songs/tracks to be produced get in touch to find out what deals we can offer for bigger projects.
1. How much does a production cost?
Each project has different requirements, so once we know how long a song is, how many instruments are involved and what style of music you are making, we'll work out a recording schedule and price for your production. You may be surprised how affordable a master recording can be when working to a plan!
2. Why do I need a producer?
Working to a plan can actually save you money in the studio if you are making a record for release — and that’s where a producer comes in. If you have a vision for your music, a producer can make that vision into a sound that suits your style.
3. What’s unique about Offbeat?
If you're a solo-artist, singer or songwriter and need musical accompaniment for your recordings, Offbeat can provide all the musical support required to make a great production. So if you just write and play one instrument and want to hear a full band sound without having to find musicians and rehearse — and everything else involved in making your vision real — get in touch!
4. Can you work in my style of music?
If you have a demo — however rough — of your music then send it in so we can let you know if this is a style we can work in. Offbeat has previously produced music authentically in Rock/Pop/Dance/Hiphop/Jazz/World and Classical styles.
5. I live outside Scotland, how do I work with Offbeat?
We work with artists Worldwide and have devised methods of producing tracks remotely. Check out the Remote Production section to find out more.
6. Can you work using my own recordings?
Yes we can work from your recordings if the quality is good enough. Just send in a version so we can evaluate if we can work from it.
7. Do you do re-mixes?
Yes we can remix tracks either with you attending the session or working remotely.
8. I don’t play any instruments, is that a problem?
No, we often work with singers and lyricists who create melodies, and can write music from that.
9. What is a remote recording?
If you live abroad, or in this country, we can still produce music with you. Using Dropbox file sharing technology we can work on recordings with anyone, anywhere in the World that has an Internet connection. Dropbox is free for up to 2 gigabytes of information, more than enough to transfer at any one time.
10. How long does it take to record a song?
Each song has different requirements, once we know how long a song is, how many instruments are involved and what style of music you are making we'll work out a unique recording schedule together from which we'll be able to estimate a time for the recording.
11. Will you promote my music?
No, Offbeat isn’t a promotion company, that’s the role of record labels and management companies. We work with companies of all kinds in the music business and can sometimes put artists in touch with third parties, but it’s not our principal business.
12. I am a solo artist, can you help with musical accompaniment?
Yes, we can provide all the musical instrumentation you need for your recordings. Go to the Musical Accompaniment section.
13. I am musician who needs a singer on my recordings, can you help with this?
Yes, we can suggest singers that suit the style of your music.
15. Can you help me develop my own music and sound?
Yes, definitely, this is something we excel in .
16. Will you try and change my music?
Not at all. Unless, of course, you want us to. We'll go through a process of discovery to find out exactly what you want to achieve and then we'll help you to make that happen. It’s your name on the record so the music has to represent you 100%.