Amusement of Wednesday, 3 February 2021
Resource: Skbeatz Information
Ghanaian audio producer and audio engineer, Daniel Oti Sarpong, greatest recognized as ‘OTI’ has urged future tunes artistes to be very well ready prior to building programs to take a look at the studios to report their music.
In accordance to him, some of these artistes most especially the approaching artistes you should not get ready fiscally before they go to the studio to record.
“They go to the studios to record and leave money owed for the producers and other musicians who commit restless times in their tunes recordings.”
He manufactured this assertion primarily based on the point that, some artistes complain of hold off of their music or album recordings, placing blames on the sound producers, stating also that it impacts their time of releasing unique tracks on time.
The Kumasi centered audio engineer thinks that if an artiste is able to entirely pay their new music producers nicely, there would not be a hold off in the production.
Oti is reckoned as one of the prime-notch producers who also does the mixing and the mastering of various artistes each in Ghana and the diaspora.
“The cash paid out is intended to also settle musicians and instrumentalists who also assistance in the songs projects of these artistes. Some of these musicians or producers are total time staff and they rely on these payments to cater on their own and spouse and children”, he opined.
“They should fork out early and be expecting the most effective”, he additional.
Not prolonged in the past, he manufactured “I Earn”, a new gospel banger by gospel musician, Quame Gyedu, which was introduced lately on YouTube.