Frequently Asked Questions

I am very passionate about the work I do and giving groups the results they truly want and will love is my main goal.  I will provide you with tracks for your quartet or chorus that will give you a jump start in the learning process.  Technology has come so far in the last decade and continues to soar.  For my learning tracks, I use some awesome tools and software to give you amazing quality results.  I can give you the same results as some of the “big guys”, but having it at a cheaper price and a quicker turn around time.

To help you understand my services and how the process works, I welcome you to check out some of my most asked questions I receive from other customers and the answers that are given.  Every project is a little different and I will work with you to get it how you like!  Hopefully this FAQ page helps you out with some of the questions you might have about my services offered here at!

The Order Process

  • Order copies of the arrangement through the Barbershop Harmony Society or arranger.
  • Order the learning tracks through my library by filling out my order form.
  • You will receive in invoice to pay for the tracks and you will receive a download link upon payment
Send me an email at or fill out my order form.  I will reply within 24 hours to discuss options with you about the track.
Mechanical licensing fees are the responsibility of the purchaser. By purchasing learning tracks from, you agree to the responsibility of paying mechanical licensing fees for the copies that you make. You can learn about and pay mechanical licensing fees by going to the Harry Fox agency website ( Mechanical licensing fees are collected to pay royalties to the copyright owners. The current cost is 9.1 cents per copy and you must pay for a minimum of 25 copies. The minimum cost is $2.28 per song. The arranger owns the copyright on any public domain song. You will likely need to pay the copyright holder directly for public domain songs. Mechanical license fees are affordable and should be taken seriously. This is a small thing, but serious issue so please make your learning tracks legal.
Custom tracks vary depending on the arrangement, but most custom orders will be completed in 2-3 weeks time.

Track Information

All orders include the following tracks for all voice parts:

  • Full Mix – This Track allows the listener to hear all of the parts properly blended together. This track will also give the listener the overall feeling and excitement of the arrangement.
  • Part Left – The designated voice part is placed on the Left Channel, the other parts are placed on the Right Channel. This track allows the listener the option of listening to only their part on the left speaker or singing along with the other parts on the right speaker. By adjusting the level of left/right speaker, the listener is able to hear their part at many different levels in relation to the other parts.
  • Part Predominant – This allows the listener to hear their part at a higher volume than the other parts so they can learn their notes while looking at the sheet music.
  • Part Missing – The designated voice part is completely missing from the track. This allows the listener to sing their part along with the other parts to strengthen knowledge of the music.


Payment for all learning tracks will be arranged prior to sending the tracks to the customer. My main payment method is Paypal.  However, I will accept checks, but PayPal is preferred.
All learning tracks existing and custom will be sent to the customer to download from a private link.  Note that learning tracks won’t be sent until payment has cleared.
Yes, I can when it is necessary!  $10.00 for the postage will be charged to send one CD to you. 

Recording Process

Custom tracks start at $150.00. Visit my Pricing page to view all prices in more detail for existing and custom tracks.  Balanced full mix prices start at $1.49.
If you choose me to record your project I will give you a deadline for the completion date, if anything changes I will let you know!  I will address any questions and thoughts you have for the arrangement so I can get an idea what you are looking to hear for the final recording.  My email is always open to any questions or concerns.
You bet!  Most tracks I sell are male vocal tracks, but on occasion I will record female tracks or have current male tracks pitched up to the female key.  If you see a track in my library that you would like for a female group, just ask me!
This is probably one of my most asked questions and there are many answers to it.  Take a look at my About page to read my full article that I have put together on recording and multitracking.