Hello, my name is Bradly Landucci and I'm an Audio Engineer living up in Portland, OR. I do local recording in the Portland area. My optional remote services include Audio Editing, Vocal Mixing, Full Song Mixing, and Mastering. Feel free to message or email me with inquiries.
I offer many services for very affordable prices! I'm excited to work with artists and help them reach the professional sound they want.
I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.
7 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Bradly landucci
god Level mixing and mastering
If you want to make it big and have a perfect sound, you should ask this wizard for assistance
Gets your songs into radio ready quality and manifests what you visualize into your tracks effortlessly.
Always phenomenal work. Never disappoints
I got very lucky when I stumbled upon Bradly's profile page. You will not regret spending any money to get your project mixed and mastered by this man. He has a genius musical ear which he utilizes to let your project shine, and he is very meticulous when it comes to details of the sound you want. Very professional and severely underrated. You can tell right away he puts great emphasis on cementing satisfaction of anyone listening to your music, with his repertoire of sound manipulation.
Bradly is incredibly insightful in getting you the sound that you want, and pays attention to detail. He has his own creative ideas that are awesome when he sends you back your music and really tries to expand the vision you had for your song. Thanks !
Great communication and responsive to what I needed. He also helped me define what I wanted to get out of the process. Great turn around time and really effective at integrating feedback! Thanks again Bradly!
Interview with Bradly landucci
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm heavily inspired by artists such as Nothing, Nowhere., XXXTentacion, Yung Lean, and many electronic artists.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Being able to adapt to my customers needs.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I typically work on Hip Hop, rap, and electronic music. However, I have worked on Funk, Christian Rock, and Pop records in the past.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Try not to get caught up in the small details while creating your music, but focus on the vision.