Analog or digital and why?
Hybrid. Both realms do things that the other cannot.
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
I've been producing music for 10 years, and engineering more seriously for 2 years.
How would you describe your style?
Whatever tech solutions works best for the song and the client is the right one.
Can you share one music production tip?
After implementing significant changes to a song, wait at least 1 full day before listening again to the track and making a final decision on whether the change is right for the song.
What type of music do you usually work on?
Electronic pop when producing, but I've been mixing more diverse genres lately.
What's your strongest skill?
My ear. I have a good sense of what will help make things most pleasant from a listener perspective, both in terms of songwriting and engineering.
What do you bring to a song?
A desire to create something beautiful while fulfilling the requirements of the client.
What's your typical work process?
Ask the client to describe what they're looking for in the most specific terms possible, then come up with a plan for meeting those requirements, describe to them my plan, then if they're satisfied with what I'm planning to do, execute the plan.
Tell us about your studio setup.
Software: Reason 9, Logic Pro X, Logic Pro 9, Ableton Live 9, Renoise, Max/MSP 5; plugins: Waves, Soundtoys
Hardware: Apogee Duet, Great River MP-500 Preamp, Kush Electra 4-Band EQ, dbx 560 Compressor/Limiter, dbx 520 De-Esser, Rupert Neve Designs Tape Emulator with Silk
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Brian Eno, Steve Reich, Dave Pensado, Jim O'Rourke, Graham Cochrane