Producer, mixing and mastering engineer with tracks on Insomniac, Proximity, Lowly labels and more. Official remix credits for ILLENIUM, Big Gigantic, Jake Miller and more.
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5 ReviewsEndorse Nick Liuzzi
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Nick is an out of this world producer!!
The track he provided me was just magic and it was such a pleasure to sing on it!
I think the end result is fantastic and I really hope I can work for him again!
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Awesome client to work with! Such a joy. Loved the song we did - such a talent!
Nick is an amazing producer. His skill is unbelievable, and I am so grateful to have had the honor of working with him. He is immensely talented, and he is very professional, fair, and accommodating to the needs of his clients. It was a wonderful experience to work with him!
Nick is one of the most talented and kind people in the music industry. He puts his heart into all the music he produces, and it shows. He always delivers the exact sound I was looking for, and pays close attention to detail. His talent is unmatched which makes his work stand out above others.
Nick Liuzzi is one of the most talented people I have ever met! Working with him was a complete honor. He has such extensive knowledge on his craft and is such a welcoming person, making it so refreshing to work with him creatively. He spends extensive time perfecting every element of a track and works so well with each individual singer as an artist. He is a true professional with mixing and vocal processing. I learned so much from him. The whole process was a dream. I am sure I will work with him again... he is a GEM!
Interview with Nick Liuzzi
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I would like to work with Jon Bellion. He's one of the most meaningful and powerful songwriters in my opinion.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Emotion and feeling - I think these are a couple of most important aspects that any producer could contribute to a track, which are believe it or not often forgot about in today's music industry, more specifically in EDM where many artists follow the cycle of "release and forget" rather than attempting to create timeless music. Not to mention I always bring my clean production style to the table in each track I work on.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: The ear is the strongest and most meaningful tool.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: For my clients I typically work on tracks that would fall into the categories of main stage EDM or pop-EDM.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: For producing a new track, everything starts with an idea - on spark to get things going that will set me on a pace to complete the entire rest of the track. This could be a bassline, a melody, drum sequence, chord progression you name it. But with the proper and a strong enough initial idea and inspiration, the rest of the track often falls into place for me.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio is centered around a maxed out 2015 MacBook Pro (soon to be upgraded) with almost every plugin under the sun - from Waves to Native Instruments and iZotope and so much more. I use a pair of KRK 6s with a sub. I have a Behringer Xenyx Studio Audio Controller plus a number of analogue and digital hardware synths that I like to include in my productions via a focusrite 2i4 + behringer patchbay. Some of the synths include the Korg Minilogue, Roland SE-02 (killer for bass sounds), Novation Mininova, and Roland D-05 with a Motu MIDI patchbay. One of my greatest tools is the Studiologic SL73 MIDI keyboard which is in my opinion the best MIDI keyboard available.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Producers like Zedd, Grey, Illenium, Madeon, are my biggest inspirations. A lot of the aspects of their music including clean production, uniqueness, clean and next level sound design, and emotion are all aspects I aspire to include in my music.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common work I do is production of a track. Sometimes clients will request a live edit for shows, production on a remix for a remix EP, help finishing off a track that already has ideas in place and needs to be brought to the next level or just fresh track ideas. Other common work I do is mixing and polishing of covers