Gabriel Landry

Professional Mix & Mastering

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I believe mix & mastering should be approached in the same way as playing an instrument or singing a song. If you sing a song and you don’t feel the song or connect with the song you are singing, the performance is not going to be as strong, The audience has the ability to detect that lack of energy and engagement.

I believe mastering should be approached in the same way as playing an instrument or singing a song.

If you sing a song and you don’t feel the song or connect with the song you are singing, the performance is not going to be as strong, The audience has the ability to detect that lack of energy and engagement. Mixing is much the same way.

Feel is more important than technicality. If there is a technical problem in the mix and it cannot be fixed without the loss of feel and vibe, then it’s not really a problem. Sometimes the right thing musically is the wrong thing technically and when that is the case, musicality wins.

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4 Reviews

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  1. Review by Dan Konopka
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    Working with Gabriel was fun and easy - totally professional and the his music is expertly produced. I can't wait to hear more from him.

  2. Review by Darius Mileris
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    I had a great time writing and recording guitar tracks on a cool song, thanks for the opportunity. All the best with a song.

  3. Review by Austin Leeds
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    It was great working with Gabriel. Thank you!

  4. Review by Arthur Indrikovs
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    Super smooth project with Gabriel. It was a breeze working with him. Absolute pleasure!

Interview with Gabriel Landry

  1. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  2. A: A mix between analogue and digital processing.

  3. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  4. A: Been doing this for 8 years now.

  5. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  6. A: EDM, Pop, Rock, Folk

  7. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  8. A: Mastering

  9. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  10. A: It's hard to say, I believe mixing should be approached in the same way as playing an instrument or singing a song. If you sing a song and you don’t feel the song or connect with the song you are singing, the performance is not going to be as strong, The audience has the ability to detect that lack of energy and engagement. Mixing is much the same way. Feel is more important than technicality. If there is a technical problem in the mix and it cannot be fixed without the loss of feel and vibe, then it’s not really a problem. Sometimes the right thing musically is the wrong thing technically and when that is the case, musicality wins.

  11. Q: What's your typical work process?

  12. A: Approval at each stage (mixing and mastering) before moving onto the next. > 1. Mixed 24-bit wav file 2. Mastered 16-bit wav file and 24-bit wav file

  13. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  14. A: My studio is equipped with a hybrid configuration and is fully treated and calibrated for accuracy. Mastering is done using an array of Izotope and Waves plugins as well as analog compression.

  15. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  16. A: Mixing & Mastering

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