Wes Crenshaw Productions is a home project studio located in Nashville, TN. Here I produce, program sequences, and record live as well as MIDI instruments. For me it doesn't matter what genre or style the interest is in. If you have a passion for music and want to see your vision fulfilled, I can help you.
My desire for production started in high school when I decided that my dream was to be a producer and recording artist. Afterwards I attended Belmont University to study music with a concentration in music business. This is where I took classes and learned all I could in music business, recording technology, and music tech (MIDI).
After graduating from Belmont I began my production business and have been running it ever since.
Run from a converted room to studio, this business will provide you with exactly what you're looking for. I am a producer that will focus on your song: how does it flow, and does the arrangement make sense? I can also provide any of the basic instruments you may need-guitar, piano, drums, bass, strings, organ, etc. You will be welcomed into a warm and inviting home, as well as greeted by our mighty studio dog, Duke!
As well as production and sequencing, I am also a freelance trombonist and guitarist. I have been playing both for ten plus years now, and have been working gigs around town through college and upon graduation. Trombone is my primary instrument and with it I have experience in the studio and live settings covering all types of styles and genres. I have many numerous studio playing experiences as well as playing with artists like Denver and the Mile High Orchestra. So if you are in need of trombone or guitar for your gig, don't hesitate to let me know!
In recent news, the renovation of the room has been completed and is finally the way I had originally seen it. Pictures of the new room and the new custom desk I hand built myself can be viewed below.
-Also my best buddy Duke has recently undergone treatments for his heartworm disease. Fortunately his hearworms were only a mild case and in the next couple of months he should be good as new!