Stephen Moniz / Argyle Sound
Musician / Mixer / Producer
-Musician with 25 years experience -Wrote, Co-produced/mixed Bitter EP and Curses, Spells & Charms by the band For the Love of Sloane -International Sales in over 10 countries -Featured on 'Yorktown' movie soundtrack -2010 Lilith Fair artist -Endorsed by SolidGoldFX -Grammy and ASCAP Member -Studied at Berklee Online for Production with Pro Tools
-Music for film, TV and ads
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Interview with Stephen Moniz / Argyle Sound
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both. Because, why not have the best of both worlds? Why limit yourself?
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I love being a part of creating music. I love hanging out with other musicians and building friendships and not just work relationships. I love the fact that you are always learning. Every single day something new will happen and I love that. It never gets old or boring.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Adaptive. Each project brings and deserves its own interpretation. I don't want to just do cookie cutter type stuff just because it worked on one other song or genre before. Let the song be the focus, not necessarily a specific mixing trick or effect. Serve the song is my motto, whether I am writing or mixing.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Too many to mention. One that comes to mind immediately is Adele. Just to be in the same room or next room over to that glorious voice. Thinking about it just gives me the chills. But yeah,way too many to mention.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Rock/guitar oriented stuff, mostly because my background is playing guitar and can get some pretty decent guitar tones down. But honestly, I love all styles and genres of music. My iTunes account/CD & Vinyl collection can attest to that.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Great question. Whatever the song needs really. I think my love of all kinds of genres of music comes in handy as well as musical knowledge. I know enough music theory to get around and communicate with fellow musicians, but not enough that I am a music snob :)