Please do get in touch via email at the address below, but I respectfully ask that you be mindful of the following:
It might take me some time to get back to you if you catch me during a run of tracking sessions – As actual ‘studio’ time is now typically very limited, those days can be extremely long, with little or no opportunity to focus on anything other than the project at hand.
I am not a manager. I’m not an A&R guy. And I’m not a good source of ‘Industry’ contacts and relationships. If you’re looking for a professional contribution from me as a producer, mixer or engineer, if you have a project you’d like to discuss with no obligations, or if you just have a question for me personally, I’d love to hear from you. If you’re sending out generic, copy and paste emails to anyone remotely connected to the music industry, that go something like ‘We have made a record, and are looking for A-List management, a major-label deal and a global booking agent’ please leave me off your list.
I take all communications from artists seriously. I will always take the time to read messages carefully, and respond in detail to those that are relevant. Generic emails that bear no relationship to my role can still cumulatively take up a great deal of time and energy to sort through. Please be understanding, and only email me if it’s actually me you wish to contact.
Email Jack at email@example.com