Let’s start here...
I get it. You're a great drummer, but you're stuck driving for Uber.
I get it. You’re a songwriter who has a book full of songs that no one seems to care about.
I get it. You’re a producer who wants to make albums, but you can’t even give away your skills.
I've Been there...
You are talented.
You do things in this world that no one else can.
You are worth a lot.
I’ve spent the last 7 years of my life pursuing music as a career. I’ve been through every stage, from being in a band to now being a mastering engineer.
Over the last few years I have realized that there’s actually NOT a shortage of talent or work. Rather, there's a shortage of people demystifying the process and investing in others.
Moses Mentoring is about helping you take the next right step into creating a lifestyle and career that you love, and then taking the next step after that.
I can help.
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"Sam's ability to demystify the business of music and still maintain a strong artistic vision is unique; its rare to find someone who can not only help you create a great record, but knows what to do with it when you’re done".
- Jonathan Clark (Engineer/Producer - Dashboard Confessional, Twin Forks)
"The single biggest influence in my career as a mix engineer is Sam Moses. Without his help, knowledge, and collaboration, I would not be doing the level of work I'm doing today. Far too often in the music business, talent and ability reside in the absence of character. But in Sam's case, you get the best of both worlds - a high-character, ultra-talented, producer/mixer/mastering engineer who I am better for knowing and having worked with".
- Michael Hughes (Mix Engineer/Songwriter - Kari Jobe, Jana Kramer)
"Sam is one of the rare individuals you come across whose understanding of the creative environment in all aspects is second nature. He has the ability to objectively look from the outside in, even against his own bias, at what is best for the song/project. This is truly something that can’t be taught. That same creative spirit effortlessly extends into the business side of the industry, in the most nuanced but crucial ways, which gives him insight bridging the often confusing chasm between art and business."
-Sammy Mitchell (Songwriter/Producer - Razor & Tie/Jackie Boyz)