I am a recording and mixing engineer with a specialist's honours degree in Music Production and professional studio experience. You can be sure of strong work ethic from my side, high quality result, easy communication and quick response.
I'm recording and mixing engineer who specialise in acoustical music (classical, singer-songwriter, rock, pop-rock, heavy rock, blues, country). My total professional engineering experience is 5 years which include 2,5 years of recording of classical music for Russian State Musical TV and Radio Center and 2,5 years at Mosfilm Music Studios, assisting during sessions and recording music on my own as engineer.
You will get:
1) Mix at original sample rate and bit depth
2) Limited ‘listening’ copy of the mix - it is not a mastered track, it's provided only for ease of referencing to other mastered productions which can be louder
3) Additional versions - backing track (no lead vocal), instrumental version (no lead vocal and no background vocals), a cappella version (vocals only)
Two mix revisions are included in price. Further revisions charged by hourly rate (50$/hour) while you listening realtime streaming of your mix from the studio and we discuss changes via Skype, WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger.
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Interview with Sergey Kruglov
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Anything that can help me to understand their vision and the sound they want. The best way to demonstrate vision is to use references so I ask for reference tracks, favourite productions.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I started in 2012 as live sound engineer in Gnesin Academy Concert Hall a year later I started working at broadcast station "Orpheus" recording and mixing classical music concerts in various halls in Moscow. Since 2015 I work at Mosfilm Music Recording Studios, I assist during recording sessions and record and mix music myself as engineer.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: For remote services I usually mix completely in the box. I use Avid Pro Tools software and plugins from Universal Audio, Audioease, Soundtoys, Kush, Fabfilter and Waves. I rely on my Event 20/20 BAS Monitors which I know pretty well. I also use Yamaha HS 50M speaker for checking mixes in mono. It is possible to arrange mixing session at Mosfilm Music Studio 2 where we have 48-channel SSL 4000G console, Prism Sound converters and finest outboard gear from API, Neve, Universal Audio, Summit etc. Yamaha NS-10, ProAc Studio 100, Kinoshita monitors and professional acoustic environment designed by Tom Hidley.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work with acoustical music that could have some electronic elements in it as opposed to fully electronic. So the genres are blues, singer-songwriter, country, americana, indie rock, rock, heavy rock.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm really inspired by the work of Andrew Scheps, Tchad Blake, Michael Brauer and Eric "Mixerman" Sarafin.