My name is Stephen Freeman and I am the owner of The Laundry Room which is a small home studio located in Memphis, TN. My goal is to remain affordable to the bands or artists who can't afford a high end studio but still deserve to be heard in the best way possible.

My name is Stephen Freeman and I am the owner of The Laundry Room which is a small home studio located in Memphis, TN. I graduated from the University of Memphis with a bachelors degree in Recording Technology in 2010 and have been a musician for over 10 years. Over the years I have honed my skills as an engineer and continue to get better everyday. Working in the music industry is something that I've wanted to do all my life, which is why I opened The Laundry Room. My goal is to remain affordable to the bands or artists who can't afford a high end studio but still deserve to be heard in the best way possible.

Although limited compared to larger professional studio standards, The Laundry Room contains everything needed to edit, mix and master a full production from the ground up (including live drums) with a sound that competes with larger, more expensive studios.

Services I offer:

Editing (Drum Editing, Instrument Editing, Vocal Tuning, etc.)
Mixing
Mastering

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Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Typical turn-around time is 7-10 days. Up to 3 revisions is what I typically allow, however, my goal is to satisfy your needs and I will be sure to make that happen. Rates may very depending on work.

Reviews of Stephen Freeman

  • Default-avatar28 days agoby Verified Review

    Consistent. Always willing to take on the job. Looking forward to working with him on future projects.

  • Default-avatar3 months agoby Verified Review

    Reliable and most importantly, consistent with his work. Looking forward to working with him in the future.

  • Default-avatar9 months agoby Verified Review

    Has a great ear. He did exactly what I needed/wanted him to do. Looking forward to working with him in the future.

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Interview with Stephen Freeman

Analog or digital and why?
Analog for sound, digital for efficiency.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
If you are not satisfied, you do not pay.
Can you share one music production tip?
If it sounds good, leave it alone.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I tend to work on rock, metal, rap and electronica.