Jasmine Anderson (Jazicality)

Vocal Recording Artist

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Your music is important, and it should sound exactly how you hoped it would if not better. Are you looking to increase your music's vocal universe with multiple harmonies and fun ideas? Let’s work together to create a song that makes you proud! Send me your ideas, what you'd like me to write about, and any questions that you have.

Hi there, wonderful human being! I wanted to start off by saying that you are incredibly important because you exist. I want you to recognize how far you've come. Just think about that for a moment. Give yourself a pat on the back really quick. I’ve been on quite a long journey battling all kinds of self deprecating emotions, and I am realizing just how crucial it is to do the little things that remind people of their worth. Why do I bring it up? Well because it starts with you. Once you know you're worth, then it trickles over to your daily life, and then into your songwriting. You get to express that new found love and appreciation in different ways. We all have bad days, but it’s what we choose to do with those days makes a difference. When we hear the little voice in our head saying, “Make a song make a song” then we should because whether or not you release that song for yourself or someone else, it’s amazing that you took the opportunity to verbalize your emotions. Maybe the song is initially for someone you don’t even know yet, or another possibility is that you're actually writing for your past or future self. With all this in your mind you might start to brainstorm about who and what you need. I am here to offer my professional vocals. I want to help you mold your message and continue to be a great part of one of the most healing professions. So let's get started

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Interview with Jasmine Anderson (Jazicality)

  1. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  2. A: Always play your song on multiple different speakers and never just headphones. You want to make sure your mix is supported by those speakers and that the sound is what you want other people to hear.

  3. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  4. A: I usually work on rock, pop, hip-hop, R&B, and funk songs, but I am always open to learning and working on new genres as well.

  5. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  6. A: My strongest skill is using my ear to find singing parts.

  7. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  8. A: I bring emotion, 3-5 or more part harmonies if needed, honesty in sound quality if asked, and I bring a carefully made product in a realistic amount of time.

  9. Q: What's your typical work process?

  10. A: I usually open up garageband, have a cover ready to record with my guitar, and add harmonies post recording. If I am recording vocals for a client I listen to there verse or create my own, and find harmonies appropriate for the musical genre.

  11. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  12. A: My studio setup consists of a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, an AKG P220 microphone, JBL monitors, 2 xlr cables, 2 quarter inch cables, garage band, a microphone stand, and a music stand.

  13. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  14. A: Some musicians that inspire me are Tori Kelly because of how multi-talented she is, NF because he knows how to get a message across and keep his brand relavent and exciting, Pharrell Williams, and Justin Timberlake because I am able to tell when his production input was on a record.

  15. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  16. A: I lay down main vocals and harmonies on songs for clients.

GenresSounds Like
  • Ariana Grande
  • Hayley Williams
  • NF
Gear Highlights
  • AKG P220 microphone
  • Focusrite 2i2
  • JBL Monitors
  • Audio Technica ATH-M30x
  • Stedman Proscreen XL pop filter
  • Garage Band
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