Well, as I saw other members post in discussion, I'll do likewise, till Bret kicks me out!...or vouches for me.This Mac Pro is totally clean, OS Mavericks installed fresh. 10 gig of ram, 650 hard drive.Purchased new, early 2010. I produced all my sessions here in my studio, never a hiccup. I'll include a Samsung 19" monitor and cabling.I've priced it WAY under the Mac2Sell estimated price.The first $1375 obo takes it.Cheers, and wishing musical success and good health to all.RJSee More
"Russ, if there was a way to include the following buzz words in those issue oriented songs: truck, beer, whiskey, "Daisy Dukes", baby, and the always popular WHISKEY. "Dancin' is optional.
Also, make sure your demos are…"
"Bret, I'm OK with someone giving me a weeks notice, especially if they line up a couple of replacements I KNOW.
However, when this happens over a holiday, as it has several times, it is not fun.
I don't begrudge a player taking a full day…"
My songwriting cuts include a #1 for Alabama ("She Ain't Your Ordinary Girl"), cuts by Barry White, Reba McEntire, Melissa Manchester, Randy Kohrs, and others. Previously to arriving in Nashville, I spent 18 fun but grueling years in LA. While there, I was fortunate to have over 30 songs in feature films and TV shows, as well as writing and producing numerous commercials for folks like Pontiac, State Farm, Coors Light, and others.
I was pretty busy as a studio vocalist as well, singing on albums by Rod Stewart, Lorrie Morgan, Ronnie Milsap and others.
The songs posted on my page were either written by me, produced by me, or both.
I produce artist in all genre's...Inspirational, Alternative, Pop, Country. Recently, one of them, Russ Murphy was named the 2007 ICM New Vocalist of the Year.
I also do some selective private vocal coaching.
My artist/producer/educational endorsements include Violet Microphones, MikTek, SE Electronics, Celemony Melodyne, GML, and Yamaha/Steinberg,
My studio vocal "front end" is a GML (Massenburg Labs) 2020, Steinberg MR 816csx to Cubase 6.0.5.
Thanks to Brad Vosburg (Fox Mountain Productions) for inviting me!