Mastering engineer specialized in the field of Dance/Electronic Music. Worked on projects for clients like Myon, Kaskade, Seven Lions, Fatum, Latenight Alumni, East & Young, Unders, Joep Mencke
Lars Meijer is the owner of "MasteringbyLars" and also a mastering engineer at the legendary Wisseloord Studios.
Lars Meijer his musical interest started at a very young age, where he developed as a musician (drummer, percussionist, and timpanist). During his music education “Sound Design & Music at the University of Applied Sciences”, he becomes fascinated by the mysticism that surrounds mastering of audio. Seized by this magic, his passion for mastering was born.
In 2015 he started as an intern at Sander van der Heide at the Wisseloord Studios. His qualities did not go unnoticed and at the early beginning of 2016, he was asked if he wanted to join the mastering team.
His mission: “Music is an emotional experience and through my technical knowledge and creative solutions, I create in collaboration with the artist, label or producer the best tailored end result“
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- Seven Lions
- Latenight Alumni
- jeff mills
- Joep Mencke
- East & Young
- sean paul
- Gare du Nord
- Nick Warren
- Noraj Cue
- Britta Arnold
- Flow & Zeo
- Leo Moreno
- no class
- Tom & Hills
- Lush & Simon
- Bernhard Reiss
- Jordan Grace
- 32 Stitches
- Pax Japonica Groove
- Britta Unders
- Baba Yega
- Ozark Henry
- The Jezabels
- Peter Maffay
- The Common Linnets
- Jett Rebel
- Mr Probz
- The Cool Quest
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If you want the best quality in the world, work with him. He will teach you carefully and sincerely everything you need to make good music.Working with him changed my music life. He has worked in a first-class environment with first-class artists so everything he says is the best text.And his outstanding skills will turn your music into diamonds. Of course it's not magic, it's humble learning.There is no one I can respect as a human being like him. From beginning to end, he was more sincere than anyone else. I would highly recommend him to anyone who love music and people.
Interview with Lars Meijer
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Helping people make there music sound great
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: Making it loud only
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: See my description
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Personally and Tailored
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Less is more. The more sounds you put in a song the fuller the wall-of-sound will become. But as a mastering engineer for me its important that files are delivered the right way and checked that on errors, distortion, no limited, the right bit depth/resolution etc.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Most of the time it's electronic music but pop, r&b or singer-songwriters also find me to help them
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I can only say to judge for yourself or see my reviews.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: See above
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I first like to know the project or story behind a song. It tells something to me to bring to the mastering stage. Mastering is creative and to know more about the whole idea behind the music I can collaborate better with artists, producer or label.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: At the Wisseloord Studios we have custom build mastering/recording rooms where you can hear a needle drop while in de room next door they are recording a guitar amp at 11!! It's a state of the art place where sound and quality is the number one.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Music is all about vibe and feel. Sometimes it’s the vocal that touches me with a good reverb or the other time the groove of the drums or the dark bass that makes me move. Make your music I interesting for the listener!!!
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Best of both worlds. A hybrid setup now days will and get the best out of the music.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Before mastering, I always give free advice if a mix can be improved. This way I can make the music shine even more so the listener will enjoy even better.