I've been helping people make records, from rock to orchestral, and from rap to country, since 2007. With undergraduate & technical degrees in audio, an apprenticeship in one of Nashville's finest studios, and years as a staff engineer in a pro facility, I have the experience and professionalism your project deserves.



Recording: I excel at capturing world class recordings at the source. Whether you’re looking to record a live band and overdub instruments/voices or track a major ensemble, I can accommodate you. I have two partnered facilities located in Cincinnati, OH, with additional options in Columbus, OH. Let me know your location and needs and we’ll make it happen!

Editing: Editing requires specialized tools (and ears). If you’ve recorded your tracks and they sound great, except for an out of tune vocal line or an off-tempo drum hit, that’s fine! My years of experience tuning vocals and improving instrument sounds through quantizing, sampling and re-amping can help you clean your tracks in no time!

Mixing: Already recorded your tracks and need someone to give it a clear, creative, radio-ready sound through EQ, compression and effects? Great! I’ve mixed in all genres and can turn around a quality mix within a couple of days, if need be. As long as you can provide the files, a reference track, and a clearly communicated set of expectations, I’ll make sure you’re happy with your mixes.

Mastering: While I make no claim to be a dedicated mastering facility, I can certainly give your mix the final polishes with increased loudness, punch, and a sense of album cohesion with my hybrid analog/digital workflow.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Pro Tools 11
  • Logic Pro X
  • Studio One 3
  • Waves & Slate Digital Plugins
  • Antelope Audio Conversion
  • Dangerous Analog Summing
  • Neumann U47
  • Neumann U87
  • AKGC414
  • Royer 121
  • Coles 4038

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

2 revisions (free) included with each mix/master
Turn-around time varies per/client request. Typically: 48 hours-2 weeks
No media will be released to the client prior to balance being paid in full

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Interview with Adam Silas Miller

Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Full production, much of which is remote. Along with my songwriter and musician colleagues, I help clients make the most of their arrangements, capture great recordings in one of my partnered recording studios, and provide pro-quality editing/mixing/mastering from my professionally treated home-studio.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
If you place your passion (and your money) in my hands, I promise to treat them with the same care as if they were my own.
What do you like most about your job?
I love being in the room when a client hears their masters for the first time; seeing someone's face light up when their vision becomes a tangible thing is moving, and it never gets old.
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
Q: How much would it cost to record a song? A: Well, that depends.. :)
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
What makes this song important to you? Are there any artists/tracks you'd like to emulate from a production standpoint? Tell me about how *you* think the finished product should sound.
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
Be direct in all of your communications. Let me know your expectations, your goals, and your aspirations for your music, and I'll do everything I can to exceed those expectations!
If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A MacBook Pro, an SM57, an interface and a pair of Sony MDR-7506s
Which artist would you like to work with and why?
John Mayer. His playing style, obsession with tone (at the source) paired with his team of musicians would be an amazing in-studio experience.
Can you share one music production tip?
Often, less is more; whether that's the number of pieces on a drum kit, or the number of guitar layers in the same frequency range. Don't overload a song with layers that don't help the arrangement.
What's your strongest skill?
Capturing great recordings, at the source.
What do you bring to a song?
Fresh ears, a musician's perspective and an engineer's attention to detail. Also, an incredible network of talent and resources!
What's your typical work process?
I like the artist to record a scratch track so I can hear their song in its truest form. From there, I sketch out ideas for instrumentation and enlist any collaborators/musicians that I might need. I use a professional recording facility with great tools to focus on capturing powerful, clean recordings so that 'fixing it in the mix' isn't necessary. Then I edit, mix, and master from the comfort (and efficiency) of my home studio to control costs and stay on schedule.
Tell us about your studio setup.
The recording studio: 1,500+ square-foot LEDE-style live room with enough space (and inputs) to track an entire live band.. or an orchestra.. with ease. Mics from RCA, Coles, Neumann, Beyer, Royer, AKG and more. A/D conversion by Antelope Audio and front-end processing by UA, Urei, API and others. DAW = Pro Tools 12 and Logic Pro X Home Mixing Studio: Pro Tools 11, Logic Pro X, Studio One 3, Plug-ins by Waves, Slate Digital, Celemony, Antares and a few others.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I'm really inspired by the engineers and producers that guide the whole production process, both technically and musically. Nathan Chapman is a big hero to me, personally, especially with my love of country music. As for straight-up engineering, I'm a huge fan of David Bendeth's work