He’s a well known audio producer, engineer, mixer and more who has worked with an amazing list of artists, including Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham, Trisha Yearwood, Lee Ann Womack, Emmylou Harris, Brooks & Dunn, Faith Hill and many others. Greg Droman’s new websites gives him his first ever presence on the web. He joined his first band at the age of twelve and has been in love with music and music production ever since. He played in Joe Walsh’s band, touring the U.S. and Japan before moving to L.A. where he began his journey as an engineer and producer. He’s worked in top studios from L.A. to Tokyo to New York to Nashville. He’s got his own studio now nestled in the wooded hills outside Nashville. His work on Lee Ann Womack’s 2005 album, There’s More Where That Came From, earned him a CMA award for “Album Of The Year.”
Droman wanted a website that reflected his passion for music in a clean, direct, elegant way that made it very easy for visitors to find information about him and his work. The site contains an introductory video and plenty of photo galleries and showcase his studio and equipment. Several dozen “artist” pages contain photos, comments and sample audio clips where visitors can listen to his work. Information on “How It Works” and a “FAQs” page make it very easy for potential clients to understand the process in working with Greg. A Contact page makes it easy for visitors to send him an email message directly from the website.