Custom and prerecorded classical backing tracks for singers and instrumentalists.
Are you a classical singer, violinist, flautist, cellist, composer or other musician? I am a professional solo and collaborative pianist. I can help you.
How Much Does It Cost
There are two ways to get piano accompaniment recording. You can buy tracks from the mp3 store or you can order any custom-made piano accompaniment in different keys, tempi etc. The price for custom recording is based on the difficulty, so I need to see your music before I give you a quote.
How I Work
To keep costs low, I make MP3s for my customers, and I communicate mostly via email.
If you need a CD made, I charge an extra fee.
Per your request I can do MIDI, Wave or FLAC (lossless) sound files too.
I can transpose the accompaniment (audio or sheet music) in any key.
You can order also piano accompaniment + vocal line of your aria or song.
How do I get your music
You can email your music to recording [at] banatzianou [dot] com or fax it to +1-206-338-3891.
Check out the free resources.
Important note about buying music from online digital sheet music retailers:
The digital retailers often have option of transposing music in any key (with various browser plug-ins).
This process is automatic and does not provide good transcription. Please, buy the music in the original key, and I will transpose it in any key free of charge. Otherwise I may see music like this:
Notation, transposition, arrangement and transcription service
For your convenience, you have the opportunity to have your music professionally engraved or transposed. Additionally, you can order different kinds of arrangement for voices and instruments as well as
transcription service. All that in a very affordable price.
Making a payment
The payment method I use is PayPal. When your order is recorded I will send you a sample and if you approve of it, you can proceed to make the payment.
A Word About Price
Think my services are expensive? Let's say you need to practice a piece with accompaniment for 20 hours. You can pay a live accompanist anywhere from $35-$100 an hour for a total of $700 and up. Or, you can pay me once and keep the piece on your computer, phone, any kind of mp3 player, memory card or CD forever, practicing it over and over again whenever you want. I'll even send you a new copy if yours gets deleted or lost.
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