Analog or digital and why?
Both limiting yourself to one is moronic
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
That what I do can be done by anyone/ That I don't do anything I just get stems and make them 'louder' and send them back
How would you describe your style?
What's your typical work process?
Pink a mix listen through it and figure out what it needs then eq, compress and whatever else, render it out throw it on an iPod or something then listen to it on a couple diffrent systems figure out what needs changing - go back to my studio fix the things i noted from listening to it on other system then send it off and wait for artists, producer or engineer's critiques
Tell us about your studio setup.
Couple of monitors 3 or 4 audio cards some guitars, bass, cello, violin, turntables and some vintage gear
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Steve Albini is pretty cool
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Hip-Hop producers, Electronic music producers, rappers and voice over talent