Independent singer, songwriter, producer, and instrumentalist under the stage name, Teaboi. Known for his textural style of instruments & arrangement, and auditory storytelling in the lofi/indie genre. He has amassed a small cult following across all music platforms with songs such as "i can't stop thinking about her" and "pondering on a feeling."
Down to earth Producer. 4 Years Experience.
Hi nice to meet you!
4 years experience working as a producer and mixer in Canada. I've always had an interest in production and sound design, and eventually I found myself snowballing into a never stopping love for music.
My music taste tends to gravitate towards texture, and tracks that can drive a story all on its own. Production wise, I always put everything into the technical mixing and production, but always with the rule - if it feels right, then its perfect as it is - let the ears take control, and let the feelings you are left with decide.
Right now I produce in my home studio and offer mixing & production to independent artists. I’m here on SoundBetter to grow connections and meet like minded people and their dreams - I'd like to think after working together, consider me a line you can always hit up in the future music wise or otherwise!
►Mixing & Mastering
-Singles, EP's, Albums (Various Genres)
►Music Production (Lofi, Indie Pop, R&B and Hip-Hop)
-Start to Finish music production built around your vocal melody/acapella
-Communicating with musicians
-Helping you find your sound
-Tuning and Timing adjustments via Melodyne
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
Interview with Teaboi
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: I am the definition of trust the process - sometimes you really have to throw as many concepts and approaches as possible until you find something that really sticks. The service I provide isn't a magic wand that realizes Grammy winning tracks overnight - it's a extremely thoughtful and attention oriented process. Also I'm incredibly stubborn - unless I genuinely feel satisfied with the outcome, I'll put as much time as necessary (with the given constraints of course).
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Textural. Feeling smoothness, hardness, sharpness, all the little bells and whistles - I love playing with foley and sfx, either sampling with my microphone or synthesizing sounds with software.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: I cannot stress how underused free plugins are - there are so many out there I've found that I would have payed at least $100 for in terms of quality and really driving home exactly what I need in a mix, the internet nowadays is a treasure trove and you don't need a fat wallet to make a meaningful and amazing product you can be proud of.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Chaotic but organized. I think a lot of people relate that when it comes to music, for the most fulfilling projects there isn't really a set check of first this, then this, and so forth - a song section or a smidgen of inspiration just naturally comes in the most unassuming moments. I think I'm skilled in that way of process - where as soon as I find that inspiration, everything else naturally falls into place.