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Trevor Fedele

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    Trevor Fedele - Mixing/Mastering/Music Lover/Pizza Eater/Dog Enthusiast

    Trevor Fedele is a New York City based musician/producer/engineer. He works with bands and artists to help make their musical visions a reality.

    "With home recording and DIY records becoming such a thing...a professional mix and master is essential to an artists music standing up with all of the media out there"

    My credits include

    AllMusic verified credits for Trevor Fedele:

    • Aaron Diehl
    • Jonathan Biss
    • Buried in Verona
    • Idina Menzel
    • Sean Jones
    • Sean Jones Quartet
    • Rodney Whitaker
    • Alarm Will Sound
    • San Francisco Conservatory New Music Ensemble
    • Tia Fuller
    • Hot Club of Detroit
    • Christopher Bono
    • David Fulmer
    • Arcana Orchestra

    Gear highlights

    • Ears
    • Dynaudio
    • Rupert Neve Designs
    • Apogee
    • Computers

    Genres I specialize in

    Terms of Service

    All services come with 3 revisions. At least 50% of payment is due upfront. Prices are subject to change.

    Reviews of Trevor Fedele

    • Listing_thumb_11150816_944076575613694_9204146377058968194_n 7 days ago by

      Really liked working with Trevor on my project. Although I didn't work with him much, I will say that he does a great job with bass guitar and can produce any sound you desire for your bass. Really was a pleasure for the little bit I worked with him. Great guy too!

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    Interview with Trevor Fedele

    What's your 'promise' to your clients?

    They will be happy, if this process isn't enjoyable I cannot put my heart into it and it goes the same for the artist. Money, fame, problems...all that aside, we are all hear making music because its fun.

    What do you like most about your job?

    I love getting to hear other peoples music...I am just a big music fan.

    If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

    My Computer, a good pair of headphones, some ipod headphones, a bike, maybe a little potable fire place and a grill.

    Can you share one music production tip?

    Trust what you are hearing and feeling, forget about right and wrong.

    What type of music do you usually work on?

    I do a lot of editing work and mixing on Jazz records, I also get a lot of singer/songwriter style artists and bands. When mastering it can be anything from latin dance music to metal.

    Tell us about your studio setup.

    I have a pretty modest setup for when I am at home working, some analog summing and outboard gear also. I know how things translate out of my room and I feel that is more important that specific pieces of gear.

    What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

    Being a drummer, I am heavily influenced by Steve Jordan. This translates into my engineering work because I don't want the listener to be distracted by production...My job is to build and maintain a solid foundation that will drive the track.

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

    I most commonly find myself being asked to mix and master music. Although I work in all genres people seem to come to me for my experience with acoustic instruments. I find a lot of my work consisting of modern folk/blues rock, jazz and classical due to my passion for organic sounds and spaces.