Do you need some help with your songwriting/audio production? Or can you use an extra pair of eyes to judge your video’s? Or maybe you would like someone to look at your website and define what could be improved upon?

Then you can now contact me for coaching sessions and/or workshops on these subjects! Below I explain how the coaching sessions and workshops are arranged.

Creative coaching

My primary goal is to help you make the product you want, enhancing your creative production process while doing so.

So I will not be giving you a standardized course in the audio, video or web-design field, but I will dive into your product, your ideas and what you want to convey with that. I will then guide you along a path of learning new skills and improving the existing ones. This way I can help you improve your workflow and thus help you make things in an easier way in the future!

Coaching can be provided in the following fields:
Songwriting & composition
Audio recording & production
Filming / directing
Video editing

Way of working & prices
The way of working, frequency of sessions and prices are always discussed with the client depending on the needs and possibilities that are available. Every person has different needs and I want to think along with you.

These sessions will take place online (Zoom/Skype/Teams) and offline (if possible according to covid-regulations of course).

Tom de Wit - The Imagineering Suite


The workshops will mostly be focused on the audio and video disciplines and in these I will try to work with prompts such as:

“How do I make my song more engaging?”
“How do I avoid writing the same music over and over?”
“How do I create workable demo’s in Cubase?”
“How do I make my video more interesting in Premiere?”

Workshops can also be tweaked to fit the theme and/or basic idea of what you want to convey to your audience. I like going for a logical prompt and giving people something the audience can directly apply to their own process. And in these workshops I explain the basic features of a piece of software, how to apply such features in certain situations and how to take those ideas with you for your next projects.

Audience & way of working
I like having a good time with the audience, so next to informative I want these workshops to be a fun, at times interactive learning experience for everyone involved. I can do this in real life with a laptop, a speakerset and a beamer to my disposal or online through means like Zoom/Skype/Teams etc. I like working with small hands-on groups that are eager to learn, as well as a bigger invested audience.

Prices for these workshops depend on the amount of preparation, the question that needs to be answered, the group size and length of the day.

Tom de Wit - The Imagineering Suite - Photo by Emily Parry