Preston Lull

Remote Producer & Engineer

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I am a Musician and Audio Engineer. I've been writing, producing music and mixing/mastering music for over 5 years. I began engineering for other artists a couple years ago. I'm a good guy and want the work I do to be professional, standard, and the best quality it can be. I would love to work with you and make your music sound fantastic.

My name is Preston Lull. I grew up in a musical family and began to produce in the beginning of 2014. I primarily started with Electronic music and Hip/Hop. Since 2016 I've been working on all different kinds of music, whether it's singer/songwriter acoustic, orchestral, rap, EDM, rock or metal, or pop; I listen to and intently study all kinds of music and have practiced producing and mixing all of it. I'm a musician and producer first, but definitely pride myself on my efficiency and quality of my engineering. I've studied several books and texts on audio engineering as well as sitting in on many professional studio sessions.

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  1. Review by Jonny H.

    I have absolutely no words for the quality of Preston's services and sound engineering skills. His knowledge of mixing and mastering are unparalleled. I've worked with Preston many times, and I can guarantee that he will provide an exceptional mix and master for your track . His apprehension of mixing is astounding; he is able to breakdown and pinpoint so much that is wrong with your mix in a very easy and coherent way. If you are wondering if you should hire Preston, I highly recommend you do. He will get the job done with industry professional quality. I will definitely work with him again.

Interview with Preston Lull

  1. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  2. A: for advanced stereo imaging, use LR channel delay AND panning together to create a spacious bi-neural sound. Don't stick exclusively to panning (as it'll sound artificial and one-dimensional on a good system, nor exclusively LR channel delay since that'll make your song phase-cancel away in a flash when you crush it to mono. Also using convolution reverb intelligently will recreate the authenticity of a live performance, with the polish of a studio recording.

  3. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  4. A: I have a modest set up with a powerful laptop, a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2, and a pair of Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pros. I've done all my work and trained my ear with this set up

  5. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  6. A: When it comes to music there are just too many spectacular artists in every genre to count. Speaking technically, there are tons of artists who are just so competent that they're revolutionizing the way that records are engineered and I study all of their progressing work. A couple I can name are Grey, Jacob Collier, Tennyson, Maggie Rogers, Skrillex, Colby Wedgeworth and more.

  7. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  8. A: The most common type of work is mixing and mastering. I have several friends and returning clients who work at small labels and just email me a bunch of tracks and say "Hey, make this song sound good". I know what a professionally mixed/mastered song in it's respective genre or industry is supposed to sound like, to-the-T and I can provide that. And hey, if you have a "sound" in mind, give me a reference song or record and I can make it sound JUST like the reference. I have a good ear.


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