Frequently Asked Questions

What if I don't like your arrangement?

The clearer you can be in giving us an idea of the sort of style and sound you're after, the less likely this is to happen. But in the unlikely event that you don't like our preview mix at all, you pay nothing, so there's no risk to you.

But I can't really sing. Does that matter?

Not at all. As long as you can send us a recording that gives us sufficient idea of the melody you have in mind, we can record it. If you have the facilities, you can send us a lead sheet instead of a recording.

Can I get a backing track version of my song?

A stereo backing track, available with or without click track, is included as standard in the Full and Pro recording packages and is available for £15/$20 for Demo recordings. If you'd prefer multitrack stems to enable you to pick and choose elements of the backing to use live, that's included with the Pro recording package and available for an additional £30/$40 with the Demo and Full packages.

Can I record my own vocals?

Yes! If you have access to a reasonably well-damped room (please don't record in a warehouse!), a pop filter, a reasonable quality microphone and a means to record yourself, you're very welcome to record your own vocals. We'll send you a rough backing preview mix for you to record over and instructions for how to get the recorded file back to us. Any editing/tuning required is included in the package fee. 

Do I retain all the rights to my song?

Yes! The musicians and producers involved in recording your song are employed on a work-for-hire basis, and so are not entitled to any further compensation, even if your song goes on to be a huge hit in churches all around the world. As long as you hold the copyright to your song in the first place (we can't record cover versions for you), you're free to distribute the recording however you like. Please read our full Terms & Conditions here.

Do you really only record worship songs?

We aim to resource grassroots worship songwriters with quality recordings of their songs, specifically so that they can be shared with their local church (or further afield) and the church be built up with a more authentically home-grown expression of worship. If you write "ministry" songs that aren't necessarily congregational, we can probably help you, so do get in touch. For anything else, we might not be your best option! (Though you can always ask :)

Can I get a lead sheet for my song?

Yes, you can, for a fee of £30/$40.

Send us your song!