Reflection Studio

Remote Mixing and Production

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"Jack of all trades is a master of none." Reflection Studio specializes as a remote mixing studio, specifically for genres that feature common acoustic instruments (drums, guitars, pianos, vocals, etc.) like rock, pop, country, or metal.

Without the distractions of a recording studio, we are able to give complete attention to your mix. A session on your project will never be interrupted or delayed because of tracking or dubbing. All of our technical expertise is dedicated to mixing, rather than split among recording, mixing, and mastering.

PROFESSIONAL - Industry standard equipment, acoustically treated mixing space, and recording and mixing experience since 2003 means you will receive an industry-competitive mix.

SPECIALIZED - Dedicating the studio to mixing and specializing in a few genres brings a heightened attention to the details you need, and not the ones you don't.

PERSONAL - Every mix, revision, and all communication is handled by the same professional. Your musical dream is never outsourced, delegated to interns, or assigned as homework.

I also offer remote recording services as a session bassist. Classically trained, I graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Music from Erskine College in 2011. I have been studying and training on electric bass since 2003, and I began playing professionally in 2012.

Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.

Interview with Reflection Studio

  1. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  2. A: Why not both?

  3. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  4. A: Professional and personal attention. Many studios, especially remote studios, farm out projects (especially for beginning artists) to their interns or students. I work on every project personally, from the first email request to final delivery.

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

  6. A: Get it right during recording! So many tracks are done with the "fix it in the mix" attitude, which can really hold the quality of music back. Taking a few extra minutes in setup, or a few extra takes for comping, can add so much to the finished product.

  7. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  8. A: All flavors of rock (hard, classic, and everything in between), metal, blues, and even some folk/acoustic and country.

  9. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  10. A: Treating the mixing process as a collaboration with the artist.

  11. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  12. A: Objective ears. By the time music is ready for mixing, the artist or producer has heard it too many times to really hear what it needs.

  13. Q: What's your typical work process?

  14. A: I start with getting the artist's vision, whether that's a particular artist or song they want to sound like or a mood they want to capture. With that established, I move to all the setup/alignment/comping and then finally tackle the meat of the mixing process.

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

  16. A: Mixing & mastering, production, and remote recording as a session bassist.

Man of Sorrows (Cover)

I was the Mixing Engineer in this production

Terms Of Service

All mixing projects include up to 5 revisions in the base price. Extras like vocal tuning/drum editing available. Typical turnaround varies with studio load, typically same-week delivery per song.

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