My Advice on choosing “The right producer” Ok everyone wants to work with best, who doesn’t, no matter what field you want to get into, but there are a few things you should consider first as a new recording artist or singer. 1.Have you taken time to listen to different producers work and style? 2.Do you think you are ready to express yourself and your music style to a producer? Because not every producer will see your style as tasteful. 3.When contacting be polite, introduce yourself get straight to the point, say who you are what you want to do and when is the best time you can meet, and be professional because you want to be treated and respected professionally. 4.Have some of your best demos read and be prepared to sign in person, after all its your talent that’s going to get you in. 5.How do you plan on funding your music career and projects? Or are you going after a record deal? 6.Do you see yourself working long hours with that producer, willing to try different ideas, following and giving instructions? and being able to have a professional attitude? 7.Knowing the gear! Yes, knowing some good studio gear helps you also to make a good decision, people want the best sound and that means exceptionally microphones, Preamps, compressors, reverbs and recording rooms, trusts me these things can help you make an informative decision on a recording studio and the sound of the audio quality it can put out and the producer of your choice, but at the end of the day its who you click with, that’s what making great music is all about, a good team. So now you have a general idea on choosing a music studio and producer you can start doing your research.