Audio production credits on dozens of independent releases. Committed to achieving your musical vision. Music you don't just hear but feel in your gut.
Just like a musical arrangement, audio production is an art that requires both technical skill and an intuitive sense of what a particular song or project calls for. As a musician and songwriter, I understand the importance of achieving both high quality as well as the right feel.
A song that's mixed right isn't just something you hear with your ears; you feel it in your gut. It's the difference between a listener simply hearing your song vs. having an experience with it.
Let's work together to give your listeners the experience your songs deserve.
You can check out my SoundCloud playlist below for some samples of my work. More of my portfolio is available upon request.
My standard rates are listed here, however, I recognize that every project is unique and am willing to negotiate pricing if appropriate. Feel free to contact me and we'll work something out.
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M = Mixing Engineer; Ma = Mastering Engineer; P = Producer; W = Writer
• When I Come Over - Single (2020) M, Ma
• All These Places - Single (2019) M, Ma, W
• Things Must Fall Apart - EP (2019) M, W
All Shores Music
• Prophet. Priest. King. (2018) P
• Streams in the Wasteland (2017) P, W; debuted at #15 on iTunes Christian & Gospel charts
• Withstand - EP (2019) P, M; debuted at #25 on iTunes Christian & Gospel charts
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
6 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Joel Yoshonis
I worked with Joel for 3/4 projects now and plan on continuing to work with him. He works well and diligently, has a good ear and feel for the music. He is also really flexible and loves music!
He is Fantastic!
This song will be a big gift for me and my friend who will receive it.
I highly recommend Joel!
will never regret it.
Joel Yoshonis is a wonderful producer, his work is good. He is fun and enjoyable to work with, he has a good sense for the feel of the music and that is something I really like and appreciate. He stayed true to that feel and I am looking forward to working with him again.
Not only is Joel a consummate professional, but also a joy to work with. Could not recommend this guy more highly.
I've worked with Joel through Fuller Theological Seminary and have hired him as a freelance mixer and audio consultant at Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles. As much of our gatherings have transitioned to online platforms, Joel's expertise and professional ear has been invaluable to our workflow of our weekly productions. His musical background is apparent in the way he approaches in the subtle nuances that he implements in his mixing and in my personal experience, his generous and kind work ethic is unmatched in his willingness to offer support throughout the entire process.
One of Joel's credits is Warehouse Music and the work that he did to make this project and EP happen was incredible. As one of the musicians and songwriters on the album, I can assure anyone looking for a mixer and producer that Joel Yoshonis is who you want. His goal with anything he works on is to create excellence-- and that's exactly what he accomplishes. The lyrical creativity and musical uniqueness Joel brings to the table is unmatchable-- he is able to enhance the natural talent in everyone. If you're looking for quality and true musical love, then you're looking for Joel Yoshonis.
Interview with Joel Yoshonis
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: Currently working on some projects with my own band, Mosquito Fleet, which I’ve been engineering, mixing, and mastering.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Andrew Scheps has been a major inspiration for me. I used to believe you need to spend $1,000s to get a great sounding record; his in-the-box mixing mentality and proven success on countless Grammy-winning records has convinced me otherwise.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: The differences between analog and digital are, in my opinion, becoming increasingly subtle--except for the cost.
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Prophet. Priest. King. (All Shores Music) was an ambient and experimental project I did with one of my good friends, Alex Mrakovich. I wrote a little and played a little on the album but it was the first time I realized how much I loved being behind the desk as opposed to behind the mic and discovered my passion for encouraging others to flourish, let loose, and create in the studio.