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Philomath Studios

Amplify Your Best

I create transcendent experiences as a music producer and writer that brings artists and musicians together.

We Make Music To Realize The Best In Ourselves

Jordan Alexander, producer and owner of Philomath Studios

What’s good! I’m Jordan Alexander, but my friends call me CJ.

I’m a producer that serves R&B and Hip-Hop artists with productions that integrate stellar musicians and organic writing/arranging into their sound.

How I work is simple — I value integrity, hard-work, and growth. Moreover, I believe that music is a medium that can help us all grow and prosper.

If this resonates with you, then let’s connect so we can talk about your music!

What Can You Expect?

Listen For Yourself

The Ways I Can Help You As A Music Producer

Composition & Arranging

For resourceful lyricists who have access to musicians, but suck at scoring their music.

Ensemble Production

For passionate vocalists who want to ditch the traditional beatmaker for once and forge a new path.

Artist Development

For gutsy artists who want to help reaching their full potential.

Ensemble Production

For passionate vocalists who want to ditch the traditional beatmaker for once and forge a new path.

Composition & Arranging

For resourceful lyricists who have access to musicians, but suck at scoring their music.

Artist Development

For gutsy artists who want to help reaching their full potential.

Want to get the ball rolling? Let's talk things over!

10 Reasons Why This Is Or Isn't A Great Move

Great Idea...

  1. You are an artist that doesn’t want to walk the tired path with beatmakers for once?
  2.  You’re looking for a partner and not a butt in a seat. 
  3. You are willing to invest in your music seriously.  
  4. You are open to new ideas and approaches. 
  5. You want a stress-free solution for putting out music with musicians.

Bad Idea...

  1. You don’t appreciate a jazz-based aesthetic and don’t want those sounds in your music. 
  2. You just want a cheap production or cheap writing.
  3. Your music and brand is damaging to the black community.
  4. You want to manage how my team and I work.
  5. You work on a lax schedule.

A Few Common Questions

Describe your sound.

My entire musical foundation is soul, jazz, and the blues. From there I've incorporated influences various world and classical styles, hip-hop, and rock.

If you can't get down with those styles of music, then you're wasting your time here. However, if you like the sound of this, then you might be my kind of guy/gal.

Though my job at the end of the day is to bring YOUR art to life and not mine. That means making your vision happen, but not pretending to be something I'm not.

As a creative like you, I take pride in my artistic voice and it's merits. Think of my voice as the lens that your work shines through.

What will I be investing?

The floor for producing your music is around the low thousands.

Typically, we keep everything is done "in-house," so your project includes everything needed to get to the finish line. My fees are just a portion of what you invest into your music.

Reach out to me so we can learn more about your needs, and I will be able to give you more specific pricing.

What kind of artists do you help?

I focus on serving vocalists who want to expand their productions with musicians, bands, writers, and arrangers.

If you are a singer or rapper, that needs to move to a new frontier, then I have solutions for artists who have never worked musicians and artists who have tried their hands at bandleading.

Do you keep everything "in-house?"

Absolutely yes!

I don't work with artists who want to nit-pick at my team and me. Period.

Keeping everything in-house is how control costs and ensure quality. It's also how I can be certain about a quote or proposal because I know what's going to go into the project on a micro level.

What are your policies?

You can find my Terms and Conditions here.

The T&C for this site and my services are lumped in the same document. However, the stipulations about working with me only apply to you if we actually work together.

To avoid confusion when we work together, the written agreements we sign will link to and reference the Terms and Conditions. Anyone that wants to work with my team and me, has to agree to these rules.

Got more questions?

See Who I've Helped As A Music Producer

What Other Artists Are Saying

"Working with Jordan was one of my first experiences recording with a live band. Great vibes, definitely fun to work with!"
"Working with CJ was a smooth experience, He knew when things wasn’t sounding correct and that helped out big time because most people won’t even say anything just to keep the ball rolling."
"Working with CJ has been one of the biggest absolute pleasures as a musician thus far. Not only his understanding for what a song should sound like but how a song is composed all together! It’s beyond talent, this is passion, practice, and persistence at its finest. Overall 6 out of 5 stars"

Before We Work Together...

What has to happen before working with me:
  1. We’ll connect through my contact page.
  2. We’ll chop it up and figure out if we’re a good fit to work together.
  3. If so, then we’ll decide how what I’ll specifically do for you.
  4. Afterwords, I’ll put together a proposal for you.
  5. Once we agree on the proposal, then we’ll make an agreement. You’ll put down your deposit and we’re off to the races!

YOUR NEXT STEPS

Ready To Get Started?

Do you want to set yourself apart from other artists in your space, explore new possibilities, and have a partner who’s working for your success?