Bradly Miranda is a Seattle-area producer, engineer, and musician. He has been based for the last 7 years out of Monkey Trench Studios in Bremerton, Washington, which is owned by MxPx’s Mike Herrera.
Bradly has worked on records in many different styles and genres. He is available to do recording, mixing, mastering, editing, as well as session work on guitar, drums, bass, and midi-programming. He records using Avid Pro Tools, Propellerhead Reason, Universal Audio, and Native Instruments.
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Reviews (10)Endorse Bradly Miranda
Bradly obviously knows how mixing a rock track! I highly recommended him. I will work with him again very soon.
Bradly is a very talented musician and producer. I hope to work with him again very soon. Highly recommend!
Bradly is professional with his prowess in vocal processing as well as his business.
I'd be happy to work with him again!
Was in my local area, efficient, studio/software smarts,
Professional, Friendly, effective communication helps performance, as well as the quality of the final product
I'm lucky enough to be playing bass on the first EP for With Roots Above. We chose Bradly while at Monkey Trench to record us. Bradly is a phenomenal sound engineer. Not only does he have extensive knowledge of his software and hardware, but he has a good ear and a tremendous amount of patience. He's not shy to stop and start again until our track is as close to perfect as a musician can achieve.
Bradly and I collaborate on many projects. He cares about his clients and his mixes are proof of it. He makes my job as a mastering engineer much easier. Every mix is consistent and packs a punch in all the right ways. If you are looking for that commercial industry standard sound, then look no further. Bradly is definitely your guy.
Bradly is amazing at what he does. Little Queenie, my newest CD (released in July 2016) would not have happened at all without Bradly, but more than that, the way he mixed and mastered the sound is just outstanding. I could hardly believe that my little songs became the songs on that CD. I look forward to working with him again as soon as I can.
Bradly made my record sound incredible! His involvement with the songs and the project made him feel like the fifth band member. He's fun, energetic and has a very efficient work ethic.
Brad is very talented and creative. He has a great understanding of complex systems and work flow. He always brings a positive, fun attitude to each of his projects. He is not only a fantastic audio engineer but also incredible music producer. I loved working with Brad!
Bradly in my opinion is the best at what he does! Ive gotten to work with multiple producers but none have been able to make recording such an amazing experience. I believe that no other producer can put as much heart into their work as Bradly.
Interview with Bradly Miranda
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I recently flew down to Santa Ana, California to record the band MxPx's live album. I am now in the process of mixing the album for the DVD. I'm also mixing Letters' new record, and I am currently producing solo artist Linda Nicole Blair's EP.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: There are advantages and disadvantages to both of them, so I prefer to use what I have available. Analog compressors and EQs definitely sound better than most plugins out there. I love the UAD plugins because they are based on real analog equipment, and they sound great!
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: My computer, UA Apollo, Shure SM-7 Microphone, Teletronix LA-2A, and my in-ear monitors.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have been working in the music industry for the last six years. I interned at a recording studio, and I became an engineer fairly quickly. I also received a Bachelor of Science degree in Audio Design Technology.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I run a Universal Audio Apollo Quad for my recording and mixing setup, and i mainly use UAD plugins. I love the UAD plugins because they are modeled after analog hardware. I recently purchased a UAD Satellite, so I can add more plugins to my mixes. My mixes sound awesome because I'm using the best gear on the market.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Neal Avron is my favorite music producer of all time. I love the records he produced, and I love his process on recording and mixing. John Feldmann is another producer I look up to. I love his songwriting capabilities and his ideas.