I love listening to and working on honest music. Sometimes less is more. Maybe take a risk? Maybe some extra vibe isn't a bad thing? Let's break out from the norm and really try to make a kickass record. I've worked with Everything We're Not on their single "Over and Over" and Fragile Soul on their EP "The Runaway".
For the better part of my life, I've played in local bands. We always wanted to record our own music but never had the money. So, I picked up an 8-track recorder and started setting up microphones. After our first set of demos, I was hooked. I knew I wanted to do this for the rest of my life and decided to attend Berklee College of Music.
While at Berklee I studied under Sean Slade (Radiohead, Dinosaur Jr.) and learned a lot of neat tricks. But I discovered I really enjoy making a record the "old-fashioned" way: get it right at the source, make weird sounds outside your DAW, and EXPERIMENT. I graduated from Berklee with a Bachelors in Music Production in early 2018 and officially opened P/B Recording.
I specialize in rock, punk, indie, and guitar based music. While I enjoy producing, my true passions lie with recording and mixing. I also offer my services as a session guitarist. Other session musicians include a string quartet, session bassist, and multiple session drummers.
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Interview with P/B Recording
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I officially started P/B Recording after I graduated from Berklee in 2018. However, I've been working on my craft since late 2016.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I typically work on varying types of rock music. My favorites are punk rock and indie-rock.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I will usually bring some excitement in the layers. When I produce, I will add vocal layers to fill out the chorus and make it sound wider. After adding vocals, I'll add guitar licks and patterns to slowly build the song section by section.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: When mixing, I will start with whatever the main part of the song is (typically drums). From that "heart", I'll then add bass to fill it out, then additional guitars in order to add the upper midrange. After that, I'l throw vocals on top, add so air to those and then rebalance the cymbals to fit in the song and not cloud the vocals.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Everything starts with my Antelope Audio Discrete 8 which goes into Pro Tools 12. When tracking and mixing, I will use a blend of outboard hardware and the Antelope AFX to get the best of both worlds. When in the full mix down stage, I will sum the entire mix through my vintage Biamp console that is loaded with API 2520 transformers.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I am very inspired by my former professor Sean Slade. Tom Lord-Alge is also my preferred Lord-Alge because, I feel, he adds more personality to his mixes.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: My most common work is mixing. They just seem to like the vibe I have because I just like my mixes to have a little hair and angst. I also usually record their entire project and offer some production tips.