Wednesday, January 13, 2016

VS: Collab or Remix

Hello everyone,

As 2016 begins, I would like to introduce something I have been wanting to do for a long time. I enjoy working with other musicians, singers and songwriters, through collaborations and remixes. In 2015, while I did do some work with other artists, I wasn't nearly as productive as I had hoped to be with this project. This year, I plan on not only working on my own music and projects, but with some other great artists!

I have set up a new email account for you to submit to me your remix and/or collaboration requests. The following lists will outline what I will require for your submissions and some basic guidelines.


Do you have a current music project?

It is not a requirement to have a project already going. I am always up for working with people who are just starting out. However, if you do not already have a project, you will need to submit something to me showing me what you can do as far as vocals or music. If you have a current music project, please send me links to your work with your inquiry.

What type of collaboration?

This is a little more in depth question, but one that would need to be addressed. Do you want me to perform guest work on your album? Do you want to perform guest work on mine? Or do you want to do a split album/single with both of us doing equal amounts of work?

What style of music?

I will do any collaboration on nearly any style of music. However, this does not mean that I am skilled in every genre.


Your current music project...

For me to do a remix for an artist, I require that they do have some sort of music presence on the internet or performing shows to some degree. I am not saying that you have to be a famous artist, just a serious one. When doing remixes, the main purpose is to work with other artists as a mutual benefit on promotion and exposure. 

Do you have a remix kit ready?

I require that you have the song split into different parts and pieces. You can do this either in midi files or .wav files if you prefer your particular sounds. One thing to note, when working on remixes, I will possibly write my own music for your track, and re-insert your vocals. If you do not have current vocals on your track, I can and may record some. However, if this is the route taken, this may fall under the collaborations category instead.

Your remix kit will also need to be clearly labeled for the files, and contain everything separately. For instance when naming your files in the kit:



I do not have the time nor want to try figuring out what all of your sounds and files actually are. So please label your instrument and vocal tracks appropriately.

Are you going to release the remix?

This one is pretty straight forward and should be obvious, but if you aren't going to actually release the music, I do not want to spend my time remixing something for you. There are other artists I could be spending that time working with.


Send your submissions, inquiries and requests, along with the appropriate information from the lists above to:




I am currently doing up to 12 guest appearances per year on other artists albums. I will update the number as time permits and give you an estimated turn around time on the finished recordings.

If you wish to perform guest work on my project, I am looking to put out a 10-track music album every year, with guest artists and Reverend Havoc as a semi-side project. The amount of submissions for this is unlimited depending on you as an artist. Just keep in mind, 10 songs a year is the cap. Your submissions may be moved to following years.

Album splits and side projects... I will do these, however, I am going to be doing far less work with these types of projects. Most likely, no more than 1 per year, as these can be rather time consuming. Do feel free to submit your inquiries to me however.


Like with the collaborations, I am limiting this to only 12 per year. I am looking to do one per month. Wait time is usually 1-2 months after submission for remix, depending on when it is submitted.



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