Long story short: we’ll give you the possibility of supervising the production of your next soundtrack while sitting on the beach with an iPad in one hand, and your favorite cocktail in the other.
Because of its intangible nature, being briefed for creating music on commission is a quite complex task: there are no means whatsoever to describe its features with finite measures – therefore requesting use of the famous “creative adjectives” to guide us composers into what you need: “make it greener”, “make it happier”, “make it sadder” and so on…
Also: music is a time based form of art. It changes every minute – every second. Making very hard to pinpoint to which part the feedback are referring to, by using standard communication systems (vocal and written).
And last, but not least, reason: it’s your production. Although it’s our hands on the instruments, you have all the rights to supervise it.
Finding a solution for all these problems has been one of priorities when creating LmK Music Production, and now you’re going to read how we did it.
To make everything of several magnitudes easier, we implemented a fully integrated, online based, interactive project supervisory system. In order to give you full and continuous control of your audio production in our hands.
Let’s break down the aforementioned, “buzz-friendly” description
- Fully integrated
The project supervisory system is totally integrated within our production workflow – it is basically a bird view of our production pipeline, with constant audible updates about the overall progress.
- Online based
You won’t be required to visit our studios, because everything about the project will be privately available to you – no matter where you are.
We like to synthesize this concept by saying that “we don’t bring the customer to the studio: we bring the studio to the customer”.
- Interactive project supervisory
This is not just a window: it’s a dashboard. You can interact with it, providing us further feedbacks and comments about the development status. From a simple “everything fine: go ahead” to “Minute 2.30″: is that a placeholder, or are you really going to use a banjo in my Progressive Metal track?“.