Dave Chambliss

Producer, Arranger, Engineer and Instrumentalist

At the age of 18, Dave performed his first professional job in Nashville, Tennessee, playing trumpet with Tot Randolph and the Imperials. That experience provided him with a solid Jazz foundation. In 1970, the Hall of Fame legend Harold Bradley introduced Dave as an aspiring session player to Nashville’s “A” team of musicians and to a young RCA recording engineer by the name of Tom K. Pick (8-time Grammy winner). Little did he know at that time that several years later Tom would profoundly impact his musical life! Enlisting the Air Force, Dave became a member of the 502nd Air Force Band at Keesler A.F.B. When discharged, he returned to Nashville and formed the Band “Summerbreeze”. During this period of time Dave began sending Tom Pick examples of his songs and working on suggested improvements. A few years later, Tom began using Dave to arrange and record instrumental tracks for various productions. Later, as a result of Pick’s introduction, Adonda Records signed  Dave  and began to produce CD’s of him.

I need a simple recording of your song ( mp3 ) vocal or instrumental with piano or guitar accompaniment. chords or lead sheet if possible. I will complete the arrangement and send you an mp3 for approval via We Transfer If you need male or female vocals, they can be added for an additional charge of 150.00 dollars per voice.

Custom Jazz, Blues. Adult Contemporary R&B, Gospel, Country and Bluegrass arrangements for $300

I use Austrian Audio OC18, Lawson Tube and Lawson Fet microphones, DTC Mindprint Mic Pre Amp, TC re-verb 4000, Korg D16XD analog multi-track recorder with digital outputs to computer DAW. Waves effects and Audition editing.

My credits include: Signed recording artist. CD’s placed with Hobby Lobby, Time Life Warner and Sony Orchard.

I can record basic rhythm tracks as well as full orchestrated tracks with strings and brass. The number of tracks depends upon how complex the arrangement is. It can usually be completed with 8 – 24 tracks. 16 tracks is usually enough to complete most arrangements.

I do as many edits as needed to complete the arrangement. My work carries a full money back guarantee if not satisfied.
I will also record 2 revisions if needed.

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