That is so true - much more inspired also when playing a real piano, that is where I harvest my ideas. Interesting!... But all my recordings are done via a Yamaha Clavinova.martinmichelson wrote: ↑Tue Mar 19, 2019 4:28 pm
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Welcome! I usually do one or the other, but doing both is an interesting idea to me. Could be a cool package deal kinda thing.MathieuF wrote: ↑Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:33 amThanks for the replay Anna ! Very valuable information.annayarbrough wrote: ↑Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:48 pmI find as long as you've got plenty of parameters around what you do - and it's all explained upfront - you rarely have issues later on. With my clients I've got a different pricing structure depending on whether it's acoustic or virtual, set number of revisions, time limit on revisions (I don't honor them past a certain point without charging extra), a small charge for extra revisions (beyond what I include with the project) and a larger charge for complete re-writes or total re-works. And I've found that having everything explained upfront usually results in the client being more clear and specific with what they want... so much so that revisions have even become rare. I find people to be very understanding when they're aware of how everything works/the ins and outs of the process
I will start to explain my process more in details before doing any future session work now.