Christian Howes Expands Remote Buyout and AFM String Recording For All Budgets

Film Music Magazine • June 2, 2010

Christian Howes String Productions has expanded their remote string recording program to offer string recordings from solo violin to 60-piece string orchestra recorded remotely. While most of the projects the service produces are buyouts, they are also able to provide AFM union recorded projects.

The service, started in 2008, has provided rapid turnaround remote string recording. With Pro Tools systems on call in several time zones, same‐day service is always available at affordable prices. Clients send charts, directions and/or a reference MP3 file and can receive a fixed quote that includes free revisions until the client is happy.

Musical styles range from bluegrass to symphonic, including reading complex parts and improvisation depending on the client’s needs. The service can provide strings for sweetening pre-recorded synth tracks on popular music, complete string recordings for film and television tracks, and more.

For more information, including musical samples and a client list, visit and click “production.”


By toxic avenger on June 2nd, 2010 at 1:05 pm

Someone needs to buy Howes a shirt. That half naked picture he uses on linked-in is really disgusting. Not professional, he looks like a perv.

By Christian Howes String Productions on June 3rd, 2010 at 4:51 pm

Actually, Howes is fully clothed in the photo on the linkedin profile at
It’s a simple shirt, nothing half-naked about it.
Thanks for drawing attention to the profile, however. Anyone interested in connecting with Howes on Linkedin or joining our LI groups is eligible for discounted registration to the upcoming Music and Ad conference in NYC. (Save $100)
Thanks to for airing the story about a useful service for music producers.

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