Ardie Son

Recording Cellist / Creative

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Mellow and moving cello lines for your song or track.

Recording warm and moving cello lines are my favorite! Putting some real emotion into that string. I usually operate within a genre that in between pop music and/or neo classical music. Subtle cello lines for coloring and supporting a vocal line or writing a melody that really stands out on it's own. I know what needs to be done when it comes to adding cello to a song. Being a film composer I listen to what the music is about more than solely zooming in on the specific cello line. Growing up producing music with the technology that comes with it I naturally tend to be sound texture focussed. I love soundscaping and I have a degree in composition and music production which makes me aware of the mix as a whole. I have done a ton of live shows as a session cellist, mostly pop music oriented, like playing in Martin Garrix's string quartet, but also playing Bach's cantates.

I'm kind of a hybrid, growing up in a pop music culture (playing guitar) while being well trained as a classical cellist. I can read midi as well as sheet music, or do everything by ear, which sometimes works even better :).
I love teamwork and making something more beautiful. It's just the best!

I record cello in my own music studio.

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  1. Review by David L.

    Worked with other very good cello players before but Ardie blew me away! AMAZING!

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Gear Highlights
  • Ribbon Royer R-122 MK II Microphone
  • Neumann TLM 103 Microphone
  • Dpa microphone
  • Rode NT2000 microphone.
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  • Martin Garrix' String Quartet, Playing CelloOct 16, 2021

    I was asked to play cello in Martin Garrix's string quartet on the song ' Used to Love ' - featuring Dean Lewis. Watch here.