Dallas based music producer Beatport top 100 (overall and multiple genres) Spotify: Scott Harris Regime I love and breath music, love helping artists achieve the best sound possible!!
I have been working in music for almost 10 years now from my first very terrible release to tens of millions of streams across platforms. I have been where you have been and I want to help make your music the best it can be before you release it so you have the best chance at getting as many ears on it as possible. If you aren't happy, I am not happy.
Mixing/Mastering is 3-5 day turnaround, 2x revisions free
Mixing: 15 or fewer stems, each addition stem is $10
Mastering: will give 2 versions in WAV or file type of your choice
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Interview with Scott
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Start mixing in mono - it will make your mix sound so much better when you move over to stereo
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work in a lot of top 40 and dance music. I grew up on Blink-182 and The Killers and moved to dance music after seeing Tiesto in concert. I like to work on just about any type of track from rap to country as long as I think I can make it sound great
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I am great at seeing the whole song and putting all my energy into it as if it were my own. If it is going to pass through me its going to be the best piece of work I can do
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring crisp, clean, and loudness to each song and bring room for each element to fit. The worst is working on a track and cutting out the elements you don't need, I try to keep as much as I can without making the track sound quiet overall
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I will listen to a track 3-4 times before mixing taking notes and then comparing my notes with the artist. After that I dig in and go right into volume control, eq, and compression if needed. I will go through the mix in mono until all the volumes are about right then go back in stereo and make sure everything is where it should be. I don't like to throw eq on every track right off the bat if they don't need it. After that I will test out the sound on a few different mediums (the worse the speaker the better feedback I get) until I get it to sound good. If it will sound good on a less than fantastic mono speaker from a children's toy, it will sound great on true audio speakers.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have my own recording studio. Rokit 8's as my main monitors, Scarlett interface, Waves collection and FabFilter are my usual go to's, I don't go crazy with 100 different plugins - I find the ones I like and learn them to be great at those
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of the work I do is mixing and mastering for clients that have all their ideas down, but don't know how to get all the puzzle pieces to fit. Its tough to do and each track is different so there is no cookie cutter model to getting it down instantly. I think thats what makes mixing one of of the most challenging parts