Production Services

We provide full live instrumentation if needed for your project.  A professional musician for every instrument is available upon request.  We also can assist you if the project is in need of lead and or background vocalist to help give your song the best overall musical experience.

Music Charts:
If you would like your song charted for easy, swift, fluid recording sessions or live performances, packaged prices can be provided.

Music Production:
All songs are arranged and produced by Fredrick “Bam” and his team of producers using a vast array of equipment. (ex. ProTools, Reason, Motifs, MPCs, etc)

Music Mixing:
In audio recording, audio mixing is the process by which a multitude of recorded sounds are combined into one or more channels, most commonly two-channel stereo. In the process, the source signals’ level, frequency content, dynamics and panoramic position are manipulated and effects such as reverb may be added. This practical, aesthetic or otherwise creative treatment is done in order to produce a mix that is more appealing to listeners. We are available to mix your music. All genres and styles, we accommodate.

Music Mastering:
You’ve put your best foot forward toward your music. It deserves that huge sound you’ve been dreaming about. Big Bam Entertainment can give your music the sound it needs to compete against all the other releases out there. If you don’t think your songs or even your demos need mastering the answer is, “yes!” Every major label release is mastered to prepare it for radio play and retail sale. Songs recorded at different times peak differently and have different EQ’s. At Big Bam Entertainment we use gains and compression to give your album a consistent sound from track to track the sound is UNBELIEVABLE. We master starting as low as $40 per song. We offer package deals for EP’s and full CDs. A fresh pair of ears can be the difference between a good-sounding CD and a great one. After you’ve spent weeks or even months in a recording studio listening to your CD over and over again, a fresh pair of ears can put the project into perspective for you and let you know whether or not your CD will benefit from post production. After all, you only have one chance to make your music sound its best. The choice is up to you.

The mastering engineer, to improve your recording, can:
• Raise the overall level of the track 
• EQ individual tracks
• Even song levels
• Correct minor mix deficiencies with equalization
• Enhance flow by changing the space between tracks
• Make your music sound great on any sound system