Phone - 316-518-2237
Christopher Provost is an assistant Audio Engineer at Paulys Productions. He is an accomplished Musician, Composer and Professionally Certified Audio Engineer. Christopher Provost graduated in 2019, as one of the best students of his class in the Recording Connection School in Los Angeles. Christopher has mastered Pro Tools and Logic, and has immense knowledge of Ableton and FL Studio. Christopher has a wide musical pallet, ranging from classical to hip hop. His immense passion for music is apparent in sessions and he is more than willing to go above and beyond on all of your mixes.
``I believe and work on the artist's behalf, developing his own sound. Each song has it own essence, each artist his own mark, that's why, when I produce, record or mix a song, I seek to expose in the final track, the true spirit of the song and highlight, as much as possible, the feeling and intention of each musician and singer involved on it, as a whole perfectly orchestrated.``
Christopher Provost began playing guitar at the age of 14, being influenced by his 2 uncles who both played the guitar and his grandfather who played him guitar every night to aid him as he slept. Christopher Provost is a diverse guitarist who loves teaching and performing. His lessons cover every aspect of music knowledge, on both acoustic or electric guitar. Christopher has studied a vast amount of guitar playing styles ranging from fingerstyle classical, funk, jazz, blues, and good old fashioned rock and roll. Christopher teaches improvisation and music theory to students of almost any age from five to eighty-five and even beyond.
4 HOUR BLOCK - $250
Phone - 316-613-3755
Email - email@example.com
Paul became familiar with musical instruments at a very early age. In his high school years he was in a variety of bands and began to record some local bands in the area. After graduating high school Paul moved to Dallas TX to attend Media tech institute. There he would further his knowledge of various types of gear and studio practices. Paul?s classes were very hands on and he would find himself behind some of the worlds greatest recording consoles and equipment on a regular basis. Media tech would later offer him an internship to assist the other students and artists. After the completion of his schooling, Paul accepted a position as an audio technician offered by KMID ABC. There he was responsible for creating and maintaining a weekly segment titled ? Band of the Week? as well as the normal duties as an audio technician. Paul left KMID and returned to Kansas to launch his company ?Pauly?s Productions?. Currently, Paul is a composer and engineer for his own works and others, He is also an instructor for the LA Recording Connection.