Remote session musician Josh Plotner records dozens of woodwind instruments: Saxophones, Flutes, Clarinets, Double Reeds, and World, Ethnic, and Traditional instruments including Bansuri, Danso, Dizi, Duduk, Fujara, Gaita, Harmonica, Hulusi, Native American Flute, Ney, Nose Flute, Ocarina, Pan Flute, Quena, Shakuhachi, Sheng, Suling, Tambin/Fula Flute, Tin Whistle/Low Whistle, Xiao, Xun, and more.
It might be hard to carry an orchestral woodwind section.
It could be hard to convince your favorite saxophonist to bring alto/tenor/bari sax, AND flute, clarinet, and bass clarinet into the studio to record the woodwind section on your new big band chart.
But it's not hard to do when you have a professional home studio.
Tracks are almost always delivered within 48 hours, usually within 24. Satisfaction guaranteed. Josh offers competitive rates and prices each session on a case-to-case basis. Please fill out the form on the Contact Page for a rate sheet and more information.
Neumann U87 AI (condenser, close mic)
AKG C214 Matched Pair (condenser, room mics unless otherwise requested)
Golden Age Project R1MKII (ribbon, alternate close mic)
MXL V67G (condenser, alternate close mic)
UA Apollo 8 QUAD
ART TPS II (alternate pre-amp)
In addition to remote woodwind recording, Josh has a unique and ever-growing list of musicians for remote contracting. What started as asking a friend for help finishing a project has turned into a huge network of recording artists across the world.
Whether it’s a full orchestra, big band, or unusual traditional instrument, Josh’s network of musicians encompasses almost every ensemble a composer could need. When all the details are taken care of, a composer can focus on music, not logistics.