I've been in the recording business for over 12 years. I currently operate out of Boulevard Mixing Studio here in Nashville TN. I have recorded, mixed and mastered bands and artist from Major Labels such Warner Brothers, Atlantic, Fervent and Zee. I've worked under two Grammy winning producers and many other notable producers in this business.
I can Mix, Master, Record, Edit, etc. your project remotely, or you're welcome to join me in my mixing room in the Woodbine area of Nashville, one of the most hottest up and coming studio and producer areas in town. If you don't have all of your tracks cut, no problem. I have some of the best players in Nashville I work with every day that can play on your tunes, and for a cost that makes it very possible for you to actually have a wonderful project that will compete, and that's something I guarantee or you don't pay me, simple as that. Tracks sent remotely will need to be proofed first to make sure it's possible to sculpt a proper mix, from there my extensive background and ears will bring your project to the next level, on the level to give yourself or your band the best possible chance at achieving your goals. The Mixing and Mastering process is extremely vital in having an experienced engineer apply fresh ears and techniques to get to that next level. I value trust with myself and my clients, I work extremely hard to build that trust, and I don't stop until my clients are happy. I also do not allow anything out of my door that couldn't be played nationally, even if you're simply wanting a project to present locally, all my work is cutting edge and I have the tools and talent to deliver.
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- Sontech Mastering EQ
- 176 Stereo Vari-Mu Buss Compressor
- Programe Eq's
- Collins Compressors
- RCA Compressors
- Gates Compressors
- Modified Console Mixbus
- And too many others to list.
Terms of Service
I typically allow up to 3 revisions per mix. I encourage my client to really listen several times while taking notes so that the creative flow doesn't get clamped.