I’ve been making music in my home studio for over 20 years. While I mostly record my own music, I have also produced, mixed, and mastered other projects.
I started writing songs at the age of 14, soon after I picked up a guitar for the first time. I grew up playing the trumpet in the school band, jazz band, and pit orchestra during my teen years.
I had taken piano lessons for a few years as a kid as well, so I had a solid musical background growing up.
When I was 15, I learned how to play the drums so I could be in a band with my friends. For most of my teen years I played guitar, bass, and drums in my church’s worship band (not at the same time) and continued writing songs.
In my late teens, I became more seriously interested in recording my own music. I did an apprenticeship my senior year of high school (while homeschooling myself) at a recording studio in Philadelphia and had my own home studio with a Roland VS-880EX.
I recorded my band’s music as well as my own for several years until switching to a DAW.
In 2012, I released my first solo EP, “Ready To Fall.” I recorded and mixed every song on my own using GarageBand and had it professionally mastered. Soon after, I starting recording ambient guitar music and began using Logic Pro X.
In the last few years, I’ve been recording, mixing, and mastering my own music as well as a few things for other people. I’ve been releasing my ambient music under the name, The Humble Season.