Aldo Spadaro

Recording Guitarist

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Those great feeling vintage guitar parts with that feel and iconic sounds to match your song production! When you're looking for the right guitars for your song, you can stop scrolling and shoot a message as I will provide the right match for your production. With 17 years of recording and live experience, your song is in good hands. Guaranteed.

Electric, or Acoustic. Vintage Rock or Modern Pop. Even Jazz and Funk. Just that 1 perfect epic solo, hook or part up to full and detailed arrangements!

My service is professional and focussed on giving your production what it needs to feel great from a listener's position. I work fast and friendly, am specialized in vintage 1960's and 1970's guitar-styles but am broadly educated and experienced in working with many music styles. I've got a bachelor degree in music, and over 17 years of performing and studio experience.

Your song is going to be in good hands. I will:

- Listen to your demo and note what it needs
- Make a plan to take your song to a higher level
- Create the needed recordings, and invite you in for listening
- Work out your feedback and implement any changes
- Provide the final product, edited and mix-ready

You just need to provide:

- A HQ demo-mix without the desired guitar arrangement
- If possible the separated tracks, so I can provide You a reference mix
- Wishes, a reference track or example, just express all your desires.

Looking forward working together!

Tell me about your project and how I can help, through the 'Contact' button above.


  • Dutch
  • English
  • Hungarian
  • Italian

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  1. Review by Michael B.

    great communication. understood exactly what i was looking for. cant wait to work together again!

Interview with Aldo Spadaro

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

  2. A: Treat projects in your DAW as if you have a limited studio session time, and see your plugins as 1 desk and just a few pieces of hardware. We tend to overthink, over-edit and over-produce and the end result feels mediocre. I'm no different, I like gear and sometimes drowning myself in details, or trying to make it perfect. But I've learned that the inspired phase with it's tiny flaws gives you the things that make you want to listen and what makes it special. It's usually right there when you are there with the right attitude. Make sure you are not giving that away and end up making it more difficult.

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

  4. A: Many things are in the realm of vintage pop and rock. 1960's and 1970's but I also record and perform Jazz music so lately I'm also busy with Gypsy Jazz and traditional electric jazz.

  5. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  6. A: Creating arrangements that work and match the song perfectly. And combining great sounds with great timing and feel. Real authentic performances that feel great. That stuff can't be replicated or programmed.

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

  8. A: Top notch audio and production advice that give your song what it need. Nothing less, and nothing more. What I bring to the song is beautiful tone and the art of arranging in a way that you feel the song and the arrangement recorded can't be without each other. Sometimes you don't need a lot of things, always just the right things. It's a fantastic experience for you as a creator to hear your production 'finished' with a professionally recorded guitar arrangement that make it shine and stand out.

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

  10. A: I listen to the song and just take in what's coming with an open mind. Maybe write down a few things after 2 or 3 times of listening. That's where I feel what it needs. I think out an effective plan how to take the song to the next level with the clients wishes and ideas in mind. Also note the technical duties that might benefit the end result. Choose the right instruments. Draft a few scetches but make sure the actual recording takes are inspired, powerful from a fresh approach so you feel they are in the band.

  11. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  12. A: I come from both full hardware as well as minimalistic setups. Right now I'm running a flexible setup consisting of a few quality pieces but it's all compact enough to travel with. A few vintage guitar amps with a reactive loadbox to record tube amps. A few great vintage guitars, and both an antelope audio interface as well as a Line-6 Helix to have modeling flexibilty. But you know what? The studio's setup becomes less and less important as developed skills and mindset make translating what your hear in your head possible with basicly anything. I see this all develop into less physical ballast and freedom to work lightning fast, with great results.

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

  14. A: Quality producers and artists how master the art of crafting an authentic sound and capture the magic of a performance on audio. Those that feel passionate about real music know how to work with audio.

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

  16. A: I provide recording services of electric, acoustic and guitars as well as mixing services. Production of backing-tracks, transcription, guitar-related Youtube content, such as tests, tutorials and lessons.

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Terms Of Service

I provide up to 3 revisions. Turnaround time varies depending on the size of the project, between 3 and 7 workdays.
Guaranteed satisfaction or refund no questions asked.

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