I'm Dylan and I would like to help you paint the perfect sonic picture. I record, edit, and mix out of my home studio here in Boston. I have worked with a collection of local acts including Just Mel, Beast of Nod, Mike Olcott, Eric Leva, Elisabeth Beckwitt, and programs such as "From the Top" on NPR.

Gear highlights

  • Universal Audio Apollo
  • API 312 Pre Amps
  • dbx Compressors
  • SSL G Series Buss Compressor
  • Teac 3300S 2-Track Tape Machine
  • Universal Audio Plug-ins
  • Sound Toys Plug-ins
  • Vox AC-15
  • Fender Telecasters
  • Custom Built C12 Style Tube Mic
  • and much more!

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Mix service includes three revisions. After the third revision an hourly rate will apply.

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Interview with Dylan Waterhouse

What type of music do you usually work on?
Indie Rock and Pop.
What's your strongest skill?
Communication. It's what's most important to me.
What do you bring to a song?
Every song needs something different. I bring all of myself, my passion and excitement but only leave the song with what's necessary.
What's your typical work process?
The world of audio projects is becoming ever more expedited with the development of miracle/all-in-one plugins. That in mind, I work diligently and quickly to provide solid deliverables for client review. For a mix project, I begin with editing and clean up, balancing the mix, first prints for feedback, then revisions, and on to the final mix.
Tell us about your studio setup.
Currently, I work out of a small mix room at home and will rent larger space when necessary for recording.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I'm constantly listening to and supporting my peers locally and internationally. Rich Costey, James Zaner, TW Walsh, and John Congleton, to name a few.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I'm most commonly involved in every stage of a recording project, from tracking to release.