Thomas Confar1790 West First Ave, Columbus, Oh, 43231(614) 579-7905TommyConfar.comTommyConfar@gmail.comFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Hardworking producer leaves Ohio for the big leaguesChicago, Illinois, February 10, 2011-Columbus native, Thomas Confar decided to transfer to ColumbiaCollege Chicago from the University of Cincinnati to pursue a career in Audio Production/MarketingCommunication. Confar is an online producer that makes his dollar bills unconventionally throughPayPal. He creates instrumentals and sells them to artists/songwriters who need instrumentals to recordover. While this is a job, Confar said he enjoys making music; it’s his passion. He hopes to work with bigname clients in the music industry at some point in his career. Confar has been selling music since April2010 and he sees no end in sight.Confar makes all kinds of instrumentals. For example his website includes Hip Hop, R&B, and Filminstrumentals. We asked Chicago native rapper,Austin Fillmore who Confar works in-house for about hisConfar’s production. Fillmore said, “Tommy is unique, the guy likes to push the envelope betweenambient and mainstream. I like his beats because they create an atmosphere for me to write in.”Another in house artist J-illa, that Confar works with said, “Tommy goes out of his way to make sureevery aspect of his instrumental has been properly mixed; I’m glad I get to work with him.” Confar workshard to please his customers and it shows through his customer satisfaction.Confar’s website can be found at, www.TommyConfar.com. His site has reached over 65k song playsand over 11k site views. Through his website, artists and songwriters can purchase Confar’sinstrumentals by using thePayPal button set up on the right side of his page. Also, Confar has links to hisTwitter, Facebook, YouTube, and E-mail account on his site. TommyConfar.com loads quickly and issimple to navigate through.Confar has found what he wants to do with his life. Even better, he has acted upon it but he still feels asif he has a ways to go. In his future he hopes to both be working with big name clients and doing more inhouse production for local artists. He wants to use his website as a form of a resume to show potentialclients what he is capable of instead of relying on his site to generate revenue.