CJ Wartley, visionary and creator. Starting off as a dreamer, singer and Hip Hop dancer, I quickly discovered my calling in the entertainment business. Producing as well as having a business mind helped me create the idea of what I am today. Starting from the ground in 1987. The idea of my dream was a simple music recording studio. In a short time, my small dream became my life. I found the entertainment industry to be a very hard place. After several doors shutting me down, along with endless people using me, I discovered myself. Not becoming a puppet of the entertainment world, I took me education to a different level. I learned being part of something isn’t enough. Creating and living feels much better. Although the odds were against the idea of success, I never gave up. Living in a bubble wasn’t enough for me. After seeing most of the world, serving my country in two different branches of service, and overcoming every wall ever placed before me. Music has been my ammunition. And entertainment has been my weapon. Here are some of the things I have to offer. Music Recording, Music Mastering, Production Contracts, Song Editing and Mixing, Short Videos, Web Exposure, International Exposure and much more.
Music Mastering. This is a must have for all music applications. Having a good recording is only half of the battle. At the end of most recordings, the sound levels as well as EQ levels very much differ for one another. Post production (Music Mastering) can raise your album's overall level through the careful use of compression and equalization, so your album can compete with any major label release. The mastering engineer also ensures that your music will sound great - whether it's being played through a car stereo, a portable CD player, or a top-of-the-line stereo system. In mastering, the sound of your CD will be optimized, making it sound punchy, warm, and full, while raising the overall level (volume) and highlighting details that aren't already apparent. Post production is also helpful for addressing issues such as "pops," out-of-phase tracks, and overall noise reduction.