I like valves, transformers, transistors and tape. I've noticed most things that sound good feature at least two of these in tandem. Over the years I've assembled a bunch of gear sporting the aforementioned components and fashioned them into a Recording Studio.
I offer - remote mixing either ITB or analogue through vintage mixing console and outboard.
- handle any editing jobs large or small.
- midi drum / synth programming.
- session guitar work.
Familiar with Logic, Reaper, Ableton, Audition and Reason.
Contact me through the green button above and lets get to work.
10 Reviews - 2 Repeat ClientsEndorse Mot Bollox
A true professional.
Mot is one of Melbourne's best kept secrets when it comes to mixing engineers. His rates are reasonable and his approach is direct but helpful. His combined use of analogue and digital gear is very tasteful as well when you want to put a bit more edge in your mix. Recommended.
Good ear for detail!
Tom brings a fresh set of ears and ideas into the mixes every time.
Great effort, as always.
Mot Bollox is not only an experienced engineer but also a musician with a great ear. He gets stuff done and is easy to work with.
Excellent result. Mot is also very flexible with changes/revisions.
Great result and Mot is very patient. Will hire Mot again in the future.
Very happy with result. Good balance of instrumentation and attention to detail.
Really happy with the result; nice, crisp sound and everything well balanced.
Interview with Mot Bollox
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Everything! But typically the noisier / experimental side of Indie - Shoegaze, Triphop, Postrock, Glo-fi etc.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Mac Pro running Logic / Reaper / Ableton into Vintage Chilton CM4 Mixing Console. Signals massaged with Urei Compressors and McCurdy / Wardbeck Equalizers.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: They both have there place and suit different styles.