I'm a musician, turned electronic music producer, turned mixing engineer. I've always had a passion for creating music and have entertained almost all aspects of the music industry.

I provide mixing, mastering, & editing for most styles of music. I can also tackle smaller jobs such as vocal comping, vocal tuning, session editing/quantization of all sorts, and can provide a recording studio (Golden Waves Recording Studio => www.goldenwavesrecording.ca) to local musicians or to those of you who would like to travel to Edmonton, Alberta.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Yamaha MQ1602 Vintage Analog Mixer
  • Yamaha HS-5 monitors + sub
  • Approx. $6000 in software plugins and virtual instruments
  • Professionally sound treated monitoring environment.

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Average turn-around time will range from approx. 2 to 5 days per track depending on the size of the project. I provide up to 3 revisions per track at no additional cost.

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What type of music do you usually work on?
I usually work with Indie Rock bands, Singer-Songwriters, Deep House producers, and Techno producers.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I have a Hybrid Mixing Setup. I mix primarily in the box and use a vintage Yamaha analog mixer to add color to my mixes. I'm inspired by vintage and modern mixing techniques so I've developed my setup to allow me to accomplish both vintage sounding mixes and modern sounding mixes. All of my mixes are done in a professionally sound treated environment and done on professional mixing/monitoring equipment.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
The most common type of work I provide to my clients is to Mix and/or Master their recorded material.
Analog or digital and why?
Both. I mix in the box primarily because it's very easy to create automation and it's very easy for recall. Next, I run everything through a vintage Yamaha analog mixer to add a touch of analog character (various distortions and harmonics). This provides me with 16 channels of analog summing so that I can get the best of both worlds (the benefits of mixing in the box, with the great sounds that only analog gear can provide). Lastly, the mixer I'm using has a great sounding 4-band EQ that I find myself going back to time and time again, simply because of the sound I can achieve with it versus using a digital EQ in the box.