Here's How It Works
Mark will personally consult with you to determine the unique content, feel, and essence of your song. Think of this as a fun and casual interview where he gets to know more about you, your loved one, and your personal love story. This is like a secret, undercover mission between you and Mark!
Then, Mark will compose the melody of the song and write the lyrics. This is like a rough draft. He will contact you half way through the song. You listen to the song, review the lyrics over email, and upon your approval, Mark takes the next step.
Your song is recorded, edited, mixed, and mastered in the recording studio.
We will gift wrap the hard copy CD, case, and lyric sheet. Even better, we can add an exclusive music industry custom song plaque with the lyrics forever engraved with the CD to look just like a "platinum album" tribute. We will also send you an MP3 version of the song and you can give them the gift in all its wrapped glory, or send them a surprise email with the MP3 included.
Now for the best part! If you want to make this EVEN MORE personal, Mark will perform and unveil your song LIVE at your wedding, engagement, live event, or birthday celebration...in front of your family and friends!
You get showered with love, affection, and appreciation. Trust us, we hear the amazing stories ALL the time...and witness a lot of happy tears!!
We want you to be excited about the possibility of giving such a unique and beautiful gift. In fact, this is MORE THAN a gift, it\'s an unforgettable experience that you will remember for the rest of your lives. So, take a moment to read Mark\'s testimonials and listen to the song clips below.
Mark takes a VERY limited number of clients per year, so plan ahead and reserve your order well in advance. Should you have any questions send an email toMark@MarkMitchelMusic.com with "Custom Song" in the subject line. Or if you want to simply get started, select the link below to order.
What our customers are saying
Mark, I could listen to your playing all night. I know your saxophone well, but we're you also responsible for the organ and guitar? Awesome! You can't imagine how excited I am about the project!
Dr. Warren Rhodes, co-director, "Love and Deceit"