I began my journey with effects pedals to showcase the versatility of the harp, to discover new sounds, and to have a great time doing it! I really enjoy taking risks and incorporating humor into my videos whenever I can. Due to the diversity of my content, my audience is not limited to effects pedal enthusiasts and harpists, but extends to all artists, musicians, and composers who are interested in creating and discovering new sounds. My audience is the most important factor when it comes to the content I create and I see my channel as a curation of music tech and gear that I personally love and can honestly recommend.
How It Works
I primarily feature music tech and am extremely selective about what I feature on my social media platforms and the manner in which I choose to present it to my audience. The main goal of my channel is to highlight gear that I can personally endorse, and if a piece of gear is not resonating with me, I will offer to return it. I am only interested in featuring a very limited amount drive / distortion / fuzz pedals due to the high volume of inquiries I receive for them.
I typically charge a video production fee for the time it takes to create content, and I do keep the gear I receive to have the option of showcasing it again in the future or using it in various music projects. My production rates vary depending on the scope of each project. Sometimes a piece of gear will strongly resonate with me, but will not be suitable for a dedicated long-form video. I approach every project on a case-by-case basis to find the best and most engaging way to show it to my audience.
Video titles, thumbnails, and detailed subject matter in the content is 100% determined by myself and my partner Russ without any influence or consultation from third-parties. Keep in mind that our channel is not always family-friendly, so please let us know if you would like us to refrain from using certain words. Please email me directly at HarpistEmily@gmail.com if you're interested in working together.