Self-Financed Artists: $275/day
Label/Corporate: $350/day, $45/hr
Deposit (to hold dates): $50/day
Full Album (around 10 songs, 25 – 40mins): $300
EP: Usually $150
recording (a) dylanwall.com
I'm always happy provide an estimate of how long I think a project will take, and/or plan around a fixed budget. I usually work on a day rate, to keep it transparent and provide flexibility.
The time needed to record an album/EP/song will depend on the approach we take. If you can play everything live, without making mistakes, an album can be done in a day. Realistically though, there will be multiple takes, layering, some amount of editing, tuning, FX processing, etc., which all takes time. Whether it's a little or a lot, it's important to establish a vision and budget upfront, even if that target shifts a bit while working. I don't recommend an open-ended, "let's just see how long it takes" approach.
Consider the type of record you want to make and reach out so we can talk it over.
How long is a "day"? What happens to the session files? How should I credit you? All of that info is available here: General Practices & Policies