GHOST PRODUCERS SERVICE ALLOWS YOUNG TALENTS TO SHOWCASE & SELL THEIR ART
The seemingly swift rise of Ghost Production to the mainframe of the Dance music industry has come as surprise to an awfully less amount of people within the industry than to those outside it. While industry veterans recognize the importance and involvement of ‘Ghost Producers’ – who more often than not are sound engineers and production assistants having often worked away from the glory and limelight – recent instances of outrage against Ghost Production’s rise to prominence seem to be misplaced. While the industry struggles with this unfounded taboo and individual ghost producers look for places to showcase their talent.
Unique in how they further sub-divide the ways in which Ghost Production is carried on today, the services are actively challenging the criticisms levied against their kind and opening new forums for younger talents to display their art. And thanks to them, the present and the future of ghost production seems to be on a one-way path to change. Where old ghost production did not show such adept and precise customization and professionalization in the way it was done, these new services are taking the game to a whole another level.