Music is the Life!

Wow.  Been experiencing new gear lately and soon will let you know what other groovy things we've added to the studio.  Summer flew by.  On the road playing bass with Tracy Lawrence and producing and recording records for all kinds of great artists and songwriters.  What a life!  


Blues, Jazz, Pop, Gospel....studio is alive with STYLES!


At the console in the main room.  The studio was on fire with guitarist Bo Garrett's blues project on this day last week.  This week, it's recording a pop jazz project and mixing a contemporary Christian project.  Oh, and performing for CMA Fest at LP Stadium with Tracy Lawrence.  See you there!

RIVERFRONT SOUNDCLOUD LINK IS UP!

Hey check out the new Soundcloud link that we added to the website so that you can check out some some of the artists I had the privilege of bringing their songs to life for them:

Riverfront Recording Soundcloud

Livin' the dream producing and engineering and playing bass.

Build it, they will come...

Happy to say that I am experiencing FIRST HAND, the ol' saying:  Build it and they will come.

Build the dream.  Visualize it.  Make it Reality.

The studio is a hive of creative activity these days.  I have so many great clients to be thankful for.  It's an honor that they bring me their treasured projects and together we craft their musical dreams to life.

Welcome!

WELCOME...Hey thanks for stopping by Pat Lassiter Productions online. In addition to my excellent career as a professional bass player here in Nashville, I'm happy to be fully immersed in my recording production career, too. A life long dream come true.

My production and recording/mixing engineer world is on fire with the creativity of talented artists, songwriters and side musician projects. It's all about encouraging the musician's dream to come true.

Do you have a project in mind? Let me help you bring that music project to life.

Living the Dream

The only way to keep on keepin on in this crazy music business is to keep on keepin on.  Never give up.  You just don't know what's around the corner.  Maybe you need to course correct if something isn't going your way.  Maybe you need to do an attitude check and make sure you're not taking your amazing passion for music and turning it into a sour grapes dish.   I know it's hard sometimes when the going gets tough.  I've been there slugging it out on Broadway in Nashville for years.  But those years I'd never change.  It takes fortitude and focus to keep your chin up and keep on perfecting your craft even if the money is scarce.

We are musicians.  We're lifers at the craft.  We can't imagine living life without music.  So, never give up.  Everyday do something to keep the dream alive.  As small as it may be.  Keep your attitude in a place of joy even if the gig doesn't pay much.  Just remember that being a musician takes skill and commitment.  And all the small steps we take in between lead us to the bigger vision.

Free your mind with a good piece of music or create an amazing composition.