This monster is complete! Enjoy! Stream everywhere: https://smarturl.it/LynzTWIW :Timeline: I connected with this song while dealing with grieving the loss of a friendship and the death of my childhood pet. So when I found this song on Joseph’s computer, I finished it out asap. We started the video in August 2018 at The Bridge Recording
hey all, this has been a long time in the making. my friend Joshua from Buffalo just released a music video for his song Waiting For You. i started producing it with him on a trip back to Buffalo last year I believe, and yes it’s the same instrumental from my song Right Now.
hey all! i have now launched a vocals and songwriting focused Soundbetter page.
yo, i finally relaunched lynzmusic.com. i bought it a few years ago, went through some crises on whether i wanted to include my last name in my artist name, some company in China snatched it up when i let it expire and i finally got it back. enjoy 🙂 link:
Carley came over late 2 weeks ago and we tracked some things for our friend’s song, and then she’s like, “wanna do this song?” so she got in the booth (closet) and Joseph engineered it. i played my strat live while she sang. it was my first time showcasing my lovely guitar so prominently
Meet Carley. We met at the music school I went to, last October. She was interning at the time, and she’s from Detroit. Her voice is very soulful and powerful. We got together and made two covers before making this original song. As soon as she played it for me I heard this. Enjoy. Production
I’ve made my BEST FRIENDS through the internet and releasing music. I’ve been off the radar for this past year and took a break from the internet and ended up moving to Los Angeles from Buffalo New York to go to a music school, and stayed out here. Now I’m ready to start reinvesting into
This is a running series of songs I’m producing for Carley Lusk, a Detroit native artist living in Los Angeles.
Hi! I’m Lynz. I’m a multi-talented 19-year-old record producer, musician, artist, songwriter, vocalist, and mix engineer. I’ve recorded and released my first album at age 16. Since then I’ve attended Grammy Foundation’s annual music camp, (Maren Morris) and graduated from the prestigious Westlake Studio’s (Michael Jackson, The Weeknd, Rihanna) commercial music production academy. A record
Launched a remote audio business, Producemymix.com Anywhere— August 2017 After studying under Graham Cochrane I went ahead and started offering my mixing and production services to other artists. Offering audio mixing for $125 per song in electronic, hip hop and rock genres. Notes Learned WordPress Learned how to establish a freelance business Learned Photoshop
This came to be because Todd and I performed at the Hard Rock Cafe in Niagara Falls in May. I was going to Michigan after so I decided to let Todd borrow my strat. When I came back to pick it up he showed me a cover he started recording with it. I jumped on
Built a company website, High Speed CNC San José, California— November 2016 to May 2017 I was hired to rebuild a machining companies website to bring it a modern feel and update its information. Before: After: Notes Learned Squarespace Learned how to work with a client to meet their vision Learned to solve problems in an
Recorded YouTube artist, Emma Taylor Buffalo NY— January 2015 A cover of Make You Feel My Love by Adele that I recorded and mixed for the YouTuber Emma Taylor. View her YouTube vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/user/emma12sings/videos Notes Recorded in Logic Pro X Learned how to record clients Learned how to work with the client to meet
An original song I wrote to be placed in a short film about a teenage boy who wanted to take one last adventure with his friends as a “regular kid” before his friends found out he was terminal.
Mixed rapper, Moshan Billups Jr. Buffalo NY— August 2016 A hip hop song I mixed for the rapper Moshan Billups Jr.’s Dreams X Wishes project. View his Soundcloud page here: https://soundcloud.com/user-449778607 Notes Mixed in Logic Pro X Learned how to mix for clients Learned how to work with the client to meet their vision
I thought about it. I had a voice in my head piping “make a Kickstarter!”. I ignored it. Then my cousin asked me if I’m going to make one. I said I thought about it. So I went to a website to try, and it told me I didn’t have enough fans and supporters. So