Making records, producing bands, working with artists, is about as good as it gets. Posting up in a studio for two weeks, getting a little weird with it, and creating something that will last for years to come is one of my favorite things to do. Or maybe collabing over the internet is more your speed? Well we all love sitting at home, I am real good at replying to emails, and my setup is perfect for remote mixing and production. Let's make something together!
'Every once in a while you encounter someone who not only challenges you, but brings your wildest dreams into reality. Scoops is not that person, but one time he gave me a ride back to my apartment and that was pretty chill' - Jake Sulzer, Counter Intuitive Records
'That guy still owes me twenty bucks' - Dan Maddalone, Chateau Shows, Coupons
'I remember one time we were struggling to find the right vocal sound, and Scoops told everyone he wanted 10 minutes to come up with something. Three hours later he finally shows us the track, and all he did was put an Autotuned version of the 'Evolution of Dance' guy right on top of the song. It was lit!' - Arielle O'Keefe, Girl Blue
'Who?' - Joe Reinhart, Headroom Studios, Hop Along
'Hiring Scoops to do my record is like going to Apple-bee's for dinner: it's not your first choice, but at least you know you're going to get half price apps after 9 pm on weekdays and after 10 pm on weekends.' - Kory Gregory, Prince Daddy and the Hyena
'He is a really nice guy, and a talented engineer, but lets be real, nobody wants to hear you go on and on about your 2016 Kia Soul' - Molly Germer, Quartet 121, Alex G