They say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day. Except audio.. I do audio every single day.
Orange County based recording and mix engineer at your service! I love dogs, pizza, and a well performed track :). I have an obsession with pull ups and on the side I tutor and teach classes for audio students down at Fullerton Junior College.
I record out of the MAPS Fullerton facility and commit audio through an Audient ASP4816 and various pieces of outboard awesomenes. All mixing is done ITB.
Session drummer available upon request (rock, pop-punk, some metal, some jazz)
- Flying Pig Productions
- MAPS Fullerton
- Studio 770
- Every Other Year: First Light EP (Asst Engineer, guitar/bass tracking and editing)
- The Mirage Theory: Pending 2020 release (Asst Engineer, drum tracking)
- Wrotten World: EP (Asst Engineer, guitar/bass editing, vocal tracking)
- Shameproof Parenting (Audio Book editing)
- The Power Of Perception (Audio Book editing)
- Thus Far/The Ocean is Fiction (Guitar re-amps)
- Audio Tutor/Studio Aid (Fullerton College)
- Steven Desa: Pending 2020 release (Producer, engineer, mix)
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Kenton Bryant - Take Me Back (Unofficial Mix)
This track is used with permission by IRA DEWITT and URM Academy. The original production and mix were done by TED HEWITT AND BILLY DECKER. This new mix is an unofficial version and not on the actual release.
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Interview with Frank's Place
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Within reason; I love working without samples (although I take drum samples every time just in case) or having to do extensive editing (adjustments are necessary sometimes, but I'm not super in love with editing note for note). But if the job/production requires those elements to bring the vision to life I'm all for it! I love the ebb and flow of a real performance and a modest but fulfilling mix.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Rock, Metal, Country, and Singer/Songwriter are my favorite. Not uncommon to also record/mix Hip Hop and archival Jazz performances.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Analog during the recording process for flavor, color, sculpting. Mixing ITB because plug-ins are amazing :)
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Kemper, Guitar, Apollo Twin, iLok, and an outboard pre-amp
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Get it right during tracking :)
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I mix ITB at home but for recording I engineer out of the MAPS Fullerton facility. Beautiful and vibe-y studio with a plethora of awesome equipment to choose from