Hi 👋

My name is Sasha Smith, but most people call me Sash.

I’m a:

  • Producer — you probably already know that if you’re here 🙄
  • Artist — more on why this is important later.

This website has one purpose, and one purpose only 👇

To help you decide whether you might wanna hire me as your producer or not.

In keeping to that, and before you invest any more time into reading this page, let me show you what I can do for you.

I can take you from a songwriting voice-memo like this:


Early demo of “been waiting so long” with a verse, chorus, and the idea for the structure at the end.

To a final production, ready for release, like this:

“been waiting so long” released in 2021 — I won’t be offended if you skip around to hear the different sections 😉

Okay, cool.

Now that the awkward moment of showing someone your music and waiting while they listen is over…

I wanna let you in on a little secret.

I’ve come to realize that producer websites don’t need any filler BS 🤷

Wanna know why?

Well, it’s terrifying (and also kinda freeing), but the truth is that:

The minute you heard my production style you instantly decided if you were into it or not.


This isn’t like selling a product or a course where there’s a lot of explaining and convincing to be made.

As an artist, you kinda already know if I’m the right guy for you or not.

Sure, there’s stuff like price and availability that you’ll wanna ask me about.

But essentially, on first listen, you know.

Here’s some more music for you to check out if you want:

My most streamed song to date is “lone wolf carousel” 🐺

Here’s what Sam Wesley from Passing Lane has to say about working with me:

“I used to record poor quality demos in a bedroom, then sprinkle them across social media with at most a few hundred views. Now my songs are being played on all major platforms, I’ve had my first radio interview, and even other opportunities as a songwriter. All because I could push play on quality tracks that wouldn’t have been possible without the help from Sasha and his team.”

“Right off the bat in the beginning, I could see a dramatic difference in the level of organization, efficiency, and professionalism working with Sasha rather than other people, including myself. I knew it was going to be the most effective step I’ve ever taken in trying to further my career.”

“Working with Sasha isn’t like hiring a producer and renting a studio. It’s like going to a friend’s house to jam, but the result is a radio ready Hollywood level production.”

~ Sam Wesley, indie artist known as Passing Lane ~

And here’s a photo of us working on his EP at Elkar Studios in northern Spain:

Sam at Elkar Studios with Sasha

Most of my work is remote online production, but every now and then an artist will go all in with their project and fly out to work with me in person 🚀

Have a listen to the final product, “Crushed Dreams” 👇

I love this project (my fave is “Dream”), Sam’s such an awesome musician!

I’m not gonna show you his demos coz that’s not cool.

You wouldn’t want me showing yours, would ya?

It’s like doctor-patient confidentiality 🤝

That’s why I showed you the example of my demo first.

Showing my own is fine, I don’t mind the judgement 😂

Okay. We’ve covered quite a lot of ground, and I wanna keep this nice and short.

So, here’s the number one question I get asked:

What’s the process of working with you like?

Naturally, you wanna know what sort of timeframes we’ll have, how we’ll send each other files, who does what, etc.

So, instead of typing it all out…

Watch this video: I’ll briefly explain my process when I work with a client!

In 5 minutes: The Two Things I Expect From You + The Process From Day One to Finished Song + The Added Benefit of Me Also Being an Artist!

And now, to stand by my promise of a no BS website — we reach the end.

If you like what you’ve heard (seen! read!) so far, here’s a link to schedule a call with me.

Schedule a Call

Feel free to email me (sashproducer@gmail.com) or DM me on Instagram (@sashproducer) if you have any questions you’d like to ask me before we hop on a call.

All the best,
Sash ✌

P.S. I heard somewhere that these PS sections always get a lot of attention, and I’ve always wondered if that’s true 🤔