Audio engineer & music producer from Detroit, MI, specializing in all varieties of electronic music. I have experience mixing all genres of music, and will happily use my production, mixing, and mastering experience to turn your recording/production into a radio-ready piece of art.
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4 ReviewsEndorse Rob Morgan
absolutely killer producer, engineer, and person. Always on time with everything I've dealt with him on, friendly, and very easy to work with. His knowledge, specifically in the EDM realm, goes a long way to taking a record from "sucks" to "bucks".
I myself have been producing for many years and I continually find myself going to Rob for advice. He very much knows what he is doing and has a full and complete understanding of the underlying concepts of production. Not to mention his musical capability. They combine to make a powerful pair. Make no mistake, Rob can mix anything.
I've known Rob for quite some time now, and have seen him grow from a hobbyist enjoying making fun remixes and playing with sounds, to a highly skilled professional producer, engineer, and musician. I have worked with Rob personally, and can attest to his abilities across the spectrum of electronic music, be it production, engineering, and beyond
I've worked with Rob in a number of capacities over the past few years. He is a top notch mix engineer with talents in a variety of genres. From a production standpoint, he is an EDM specialist with ideas on the forefront of the genre. He can take your song/idea and give it the boost it needs to be a full and finished production.
Interview with Rob Morgan
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common job I am hired for is to mix a client's studio recordings and/or production stems into a professional-quality arrangement that is ready to be mastered.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I specialize in EDM, but have experience working with a multitude of genres, including pop and acoustic.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Finishing projects is the most important thing when trying to improve productions. The last 5% of the production process is where you learn to really trust your ears and unleash the full potential of a project. For me, the last 5% is often my favorite part, because the quality of the track improves so quickly.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Illenium, Audien, Siren, Suspect 44, Porter Robinson. The way they blend melodic elements with bass elements is absolutely beautiful.