Lips & Teeth is Lins Dinner and Shelley Moth, two accomplished musicians, audio engineers and producers from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. We specialize in rock and roll. GET TO KNOW US: https://youtu.be/3u61ZZH2Y14
We have produced and engineered several full-length albums and dozens of EPs, as well as composed a few film scores. We produce original music for our own band, The Quacks. We have a nice collection of microphones, amps, guitars, synths, drums, toys and gadgets. But most importantly, we know how to get the most out of the gear we work with.
With additional backgrounds in electronics, special effects, filmmaking and graphic design, our especially wide range of skills and influences will help create a unique tone and quality for your project!
Mixing - We use Pro Tools, and work with some of the best available plugins (Waves, Slate Digital, Universal Audio). We'll get you a well balanced mix, nicely polished to make your track stand out
Production - From the voice memo on your phone to an awesome sounding final production.
Songwriting - We can write it all; the music, the melody, and the lyrics. Or just one of those if that's all you need
Recording - Shells and Lins are accomplished studio musicians and well rounded multi-instrumentalists. We'll record drums, basses, guitars, synths, drum machines, percussion, vocals (including AM style falsettos), as well as programmed MIDI and software instruments
Film Scoring - We can capture that particular emotion for your film
Vocal Production - We can arrange, tune, comp and time alignment vocals/any of your tracks!
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
Interview with Lips & Teeth Productions
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: We've worked on two feature-film productions in Nashville, writing and producing the scores as well as special effects.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Digital. More people can access digital technology and start learning / realizing their creative imaginations fast. Our average artist can move at light speed now compared to 30 years ago.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: We're grateful to have a nice collection of microphones, amps, guitars, basses, keyboards/synths, drum kits, snares, cymbals, percussion instruments, software instruments, outboard gear, audio plugins, toys and gadgets to choose from. Having toys is nice, but we have a ton of recording/engineering experience, too. We know how to get the most out of everything we use.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: We love rock and roll, and we love the desert. Lots of great rock records come out of Rancho De La Luna in Joshua Tree and as desert kids ourselves, we reach for that sort of energy a lot. But we're probably more spiritually influenced and grounded by whimsical producers like Todd Rundgren and Brian Wilson.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Producing. An artist usually has a rough track they show us, they give us a few examples and influences to go off of, then we start.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: We're professionals, we've done a lot of good work for people. But we're definitely here to have fun and relax. Our work is important to us and we like to have fun and hang out while we do it. I hope you can vibrate off our energy!
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Mixing and producing are just as creative as writing lyrics or playing guitar. While there is generally a best-use setup for every tool in the workshop, if it sounds cool to you then keep going!