I'm freelance mixing engineer and guitarist. I've recorded, mixed and mastered several full albums as well as many singles and demos. I'm mixing in my home studio with very simple, effective and good sounding setup. If a good mix for reasonable price is what you are looking for, then I'm the right person for this.

Right now I mix fully 'in the box' in digital domain so there is no issues with recalls and adjusting mix. My mixing setup is very simple, robust and effective.

I'm looking mainly for mixing opportunities, but if your music needs production I can work on that and organize recording sessions in professional studios with professional musicians.

Gear highlights

  • Steinberg UR824
  • Cubase 8.5
  • Neumann KH120
  • KRK RP 8
  • Softube Console 1
  • SSL duende
  • Waves plugins and other plugins

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Analog or digital and why?
Recording - it is hard to beat good analog outboard, and good sounding room. Mixing - digital is flexible, with easy recalls and it is still possible to make it sound better.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I'm mixing it the box in Cubase 8.5 using Steinberg UR824 interface and computer strong enough to handle big sessions. Monitoring system is based on Neumann KH120 active speakers with sub, KRK Rookit RP8, boom box and multimedia stereo set.Headphones: AKG K271, SHURE SRH840. Plugins: Softube Console 1, SSL duende, Slate Digital, Waves and others.
What type of music do you usually work on?
Rock, pop, folk, heavy rock.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Music: Andy Timmons,John Mayer, Allen Hinds, Jeff Beck, Nile Rodgers, Foo Fighters, The Beatles, Daft Punk, Dream Theatre, Mixing: Andy Wallace, Chris Lord Alge, Michael Brauer, Andy Sneap, Andrew Scheps