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Clay Hutson Brings Artists’ Visions To Life In Concert

The music industry is an exciting place to be in which is why Clay Hutson is so passionate about his job as a live music producer and sound engineer. For years, Clay Hutson worked with other people and companies learning almost every aspect that the live music industry had to offer. When he realized just how much he had learned already combined with the effects that the recession had on live music, Clay Hutson decided to create his own production company.

Clay Hutson is very detail oriented, which is something that is made evident if anyone pays attention to the intricacies of each concert that he has produced. As the owner of his company, he doesn’t have to worried about someone else’s business decisions destroying him financially. He is constantly trying to work ahead of the task that is currently at hand. By visualizing what needs to be done before the setup even begins, Clay Hutson is able to direct his crew efficiently and quickly while minimizing the stress of mistakes.

There isn’t some type of magic trick when it comes to making it big in the music industry according to Clay Hutson. In order for him to succeed in his career, he worked hard. Reputation is important when it comes to the music industry just as it is everywhere else. If you have a good reputation that reaches a potential client through word of mouth, you may get new clients. For many of his clients, Clay Hutson is seen as one of the hardest working people in the music industry. The artists that he works with value the artistic flair of his shows and the effort that is put into each detail.

While Clay Hutson has been a success in the music industry, he has also had some significant failures. Instead of giving up, he used each of these failures as a learning experience and was able to protect his business better in the future. He ended up being sued by a client of a production company that he was working for. Even though the suit was dropped, it still managed to affect his life in many different ways.

 

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ALEX PALL’S MUSIC JOURNEY.

started djing at a tender age around New York and while growing up music was much of a pastime than a career to him, he did it as side work. Taggart, on the other hand, was passionate about and he started producing music in high school. The duo met in 2012 when someone working for Pall manager informed Taggart that there was a gap left in the band since one of the band members had resigned. Taggart grabbed the opportunity, moved to New York and that’s when the duo started working together.

Alex Pall was very optimistic that he and his colleague would make a perfect match. He had a lot of knowledge in djing and his colleague, on the other hand, was very talented in music production. According to Pall, music was a journey that they started while they were young and the two were ready to work it through and pursue their childhood ambitions.

According to Alex Pall, singing on your song is fulfilling. He and his colleague write or guide the writing of their song to make sure what they sing is of quality. They feel that when they take their time to compose and write their songs, most of the songs they produce excites their audience.

Pall thinks Halsey is a great musician. He talks about her having an incredible voice, smart and being original. Pall and his colleague had always admired working with her for she is articulate and unique. He also feels that the hit “CLOSER” which was written by Taggart and Halsey and produced by the band would be a great achievement.

Alex Pall believes that their music cuts across genders and ages. Through the social media, he can tell that people increasingly like their songs. Many people are getting an emotional attachment to the songs regardless of their age, gender or geographical background.

According to Alex Pall, change is inevitable. The band is always trying new things to suit the changing taste of their audience.

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