Being a Melodic Dubstep and Cinematic Bass producer myself, I have had extensive experience in crafting bright and impactful productions, mixes and masters. I am, however not only proficient in those genres, I have had experience and extensive training in mixing and mastering a wide variety of styles of music.
After having been a producer for several years, I went into studying the art of recording, mixing, mastering and sound design amongst the veterans of the electronic music world and excelled.
I usually work with electronic music but have been trained for and have had experience within the more acoustic genres, including string quartets.
I have also been trained and have had experience in sound design for video games and adverts.
As I am still starting out in my career I am open to working with restrictive budgets, within reason.
I am offering free unlimited revisions until funding is released (as long as we aren't back tracking between versions).
Just have a listen to the examples I have in the top right corner of my page and see if it fits what you would possibly be looking for. If so, talk to me via the green button and lets get to work!
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
4 ReviewsEndorse Rory Childs
did a superb job helping me mix/master my project to take it to the next level! super nice and fast with communication!
Rory is extremely proficient at his craft and a pleasure to work with. He’s great at what he does, simple as that!
Great work! Modern sound and professional production with high attention to detail. Easy to work with.
Interview with Rory Childs
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Austin Leeds, I have worked with him on one of my own projects which is unreleased at the minute but I couldn't be happier with the outcome of the Mastered track he provided.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Usually I would firstly want to exchange reference tracks for a general idea of where the track could end up sonically and then find out a bit more about the track, if there is a story behind it or a specific focal point wanted for the song for example.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Allowing a new set of ears to work on a track of yours can give you a fresh outlook on a piece of work. Working solo on a track from start to finish is possible but if that process has been strung out for a while, chances are that you're not listening to it the same way you used to.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Bright and detailed while still preserving a punchy low end.