I'm a Brooklyn, NY based mixer and tracking engineer. I hold a degree in music from the University of Michigan, was previously on staff at Brooklyn Recording. I spend most of my free time pursuing that perfect pour-over cup and building bicycles. I used to like working on aircooled VW's, but I can't fit one in my apartment anymore.
The vast majority of the work I do is remote mixing for songwriters. Throughout my career, I've made a point of trying to make records that sound big, organic and inviting in whatever capacity that means to the project. I've got a well-tuned room that I trust and a solid rig that can crank out good mixes very quickly. If what you do is sincere and compelling, I'm in.
You can hear examples of my work here: http://www.nicknagurkamusic.com/engineeringmix-reel
So how do we do this? It's pretty simple, actually.
You render continuous .wav files in your session, taking care to clearly label each track.
Load them into a folder and send them to me as a disk image or .zip via Dropbox or FTP or your choice.
You can alternately choose to send me a Pro Tools 10 or Logic 9 session if you like.
If you're wondering whether you should leave on any plugins, just give me a call and we'll talk it through. It would be pretty silly for us to try and work through getting a sound you've already created!
I price out mixes on a flat-rate system. This keeps the focus on quality, not the clock. A mix can take anywhere from a few hours to a couple full days. In the scope of a whole project, I find that it evens out.
If you've got a project rolling through but don't think you can afford hiring a mixer, give me a ring anyways. More often than not, we can work something out!
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Terms of Service
Mixing is priced at a flat rate. Typical turn-around time is within 24 hours of successful file delivery. This generally includes 3 mix revisions.