I have been a ghost writer/producer for the past 10 years. I am a Berklee graduate. I studied production, mixing, & mastering. I build records from the ground up. I am a multi-instrumentalist. I can edit vocals like no ones business. I have an ear for tune and timing. Listen to my work. My music has been played by Kahlid, Jake Owens, & 311.
I have over 10 years of extensive experience working with some of the best producers in the world. I started learning production techniques while studying at Berklee College of Music where I earned my degree in Music Production. I then worked under Jimmy Douglas (Pink/Timberlake/Timberland) and James Wisner.
My work is Radio/Stream Quality only. I have a very high standard for music production and compete with any marketplace.
Music production is sometime like turning lead into gold, if you know what I mean. I have spent the last 5 years studying the neuroscience behind hit records and what makes us tick when we listen to music. This led me down a creative path of experimenting with recording, editing every type of vocal, drum kits, guitars, pianos to steel, you name it. I only focus on capturing the best. Once it's in the computer, I can manipulate anything.
I take a hybrid approach to production, utilizing the best of both worlds. It's called "RRPP"- remote recording production process. This allows me to produce music anywhere, at anytime.
I work with all types of music:
Pop, Country, Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Reggaeton, Trop House, Jazz, Funk, and more!
LET'S MAKE A RECORD!!!!
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7 ReviewsEndorse Quincy Miller
Walk away now, he is booked and is too busy to work with you 😆😆🔥! This man is a high grade, well worth every dollar. After you work with Quincy a few times, you will start to see how far he can really stretch a sound. He has no boundaries, only standards.
Thank you Q for always delivering lights out quality. We love you!
Wow just wow hands down amazing producer ! We had an amazing session ! My daughter is blind and he took such great care of her ! So patient and kind ! Definitely will be working with him again ! He is very talented !
Quincy helped me deliver a project to my label. He is really easy to work with and his talent is insane. I was blown away by how much he knows about music. Definitely learned from the true OGs, because his process was quick and effective.
Very happy with Quincy’s production and mix work. He really came through in a quick timely manner. I hit him up about my project, and he contacted me fast and set up a Skype chat with me. We then went through the record together and
talked about the vision and the sonic goal we where setting off to achieve. Once we finished, Quincy was fast at work and delivered an amazing mix in 2 days. Couldn’t of asked for anything better!!!
Straight powerhouse, period.
I haven’t worked with Quincy through soundbetter, but I will verify this man anywhere I go!
One word: intuitive.
He knows how to bring the best out of people.
This man will be responsible for some of the biggest records in history, hands down.
Work with him while you can...😆🙏
I spent 3 months trying to find the right person to mix my song. Quincy Miller helped get the mix that I was hearing in my head. I can’t thank him enough for being so involved and helping me through the process with great communication and detail. I was very grateful to have someone walk me through what was important in my song, and he helped me define my artistry beyond my own expectations. Thank you Quincy for being patient and helping me achieve my greatest body of work yet!!!
Q is one of the best producers I have ever worked with. He helped me take my song from something on a piece of paper to something that I am very proud of. I am honored to have worked with him and I recommend anyone looking to produce or mix a song to work with him. His personality alone is great, and his work is even better!!!
Interview with Quincy Miller
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Honestly it was my first country song, “Better Man” by Munroe Morgan. I grew up listening to country, and being it was my first country record and the way it turned out.... incredible. I was very satisfied with the sound. I was the producer and mix engineer for this record. The artist came to me with lyrics on a piece of paper. I took his idea and transformed it into his song, “Better Man”
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: Currently working on a hip hop catalog for Netflix. Boom clap before the snap
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Absolutely. Jacob Richardson. Incredible dude, great mix engineer.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both!! Analog for separation and depth of field. Digital for portability and recal.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise that I will bring the best out of you and your music.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I like puzzles. Music production is like one big puzzle piece. Same building blocks, but they are all different.
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: What do I need to do to get a great vocal performance? My answer: Know why the song makes you feel the way it does. If you can identify the feeling, then you can share that experience with the listener. When you identify the feeling, give yourself respect. Literally shake your own hand. This will give you gratitude. Gratitude leads to confidence. Confidence leads to delivery.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: Haha, great question. Many people have no idea what I really do. To sum it all up: I make sure when you press play, it sounds like a hit record from start to finish.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What do you want to feel when you playback your record?
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Build a relationship with your producer/mix engineer. Spend time getting to know each other, catch a vibe, and talk over the project with as much detail as possible. Music is energy. Create it with the people you work with.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: My mobile setup. Computer interface SSL pre amp midi keyboard Neumman m149
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: It has always been music. Since I was 9 years old ( I’m 28 now ) I knew that I wanted to compose and produce records. It’s a passion that keeps me going. I’ve been working as a professional for 10 years.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: My style.... Lively Less is more. Use great ingredients. Season to taste.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Bob Marley, period....... Why wouldn’t you? Hahaha
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Yes. Stop thinking, start feeling.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I’m usually working on EDM, Hip Hop, and Country. It’s very refreshing to work on different genres. Keeps my ears fresh.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Producing and mixing Vocals. Vocal editing as well. I can make a bad take sound like gold. I prefer great takes, but sometimes it’s that one phrase that needs a helping hand. That’s where editing can come in to save the day.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Melody!!!!! Have you ever listened to the sound of your favorite lyric??? Just remember, Melody is what greeted you inside for dinner, and then it introduce you to the lyric. Without melody, our listeners will move to the next song, and never hear how great the lyric actually is.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It’s always different! No one project is the same. I do, however, always start with the vocal melody. This allows me to make my next decision. Whether I’m mixing or producing, I have to know exactly what the vocal is doing. Once I have that, I can make decisions to bring out that melody, make adjustments to the melody, and, more importantly, make the track work for the vocal.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio setup is always changing. The beauty with today’s tech, though, is that we can literally record and mix amazing records just about anywhere. I always carry my computer and my uad satellite everywhere I go, because we are always working on the go doing edits and mixing. My mobile setup is Mac, UAD Apollo X, UAD Satellite, SSL Alphalink, Neve 1073 Channel, Dangerous 2bus+, 1176, LA2A, Neumman M149, U67, R 121, SM7b, SM 57,58, and TOA 3 way passive speakers. In the computer we have all UAD plugs, Pluggin Alliance, Soundtoys, Fab Filter. Those alone are close to 500 plugs. Too many to count. Love them all!! I am really enjoying the new SSL 9000J plug by Bx. Great sound! My commercial setup is extensive: PT 12 HD, 32 channel API 2448, 6 channels neve 1083, Lynx Converters, ATC monitoring Microphones: 2 AEA N22 1 AEA R84 1 AEA R88 2 AEA R92 1 AEA KU5A 2 AKG D112 4 Audio Technica AT4033 2 Audio Technica AT5045 2 Audix I5 2 Audix D6 4 Beyerdynamic M201 TG 2 Beyerdynamic M160 2 Beyerdynamic M88 2 Beyerdynamic MC 930 2 Nordic Audio Labs Black Pearl 2 Coles 4038 1 Crown PCC-160 1 Earthworks DK7 2 Earthworks QTC50 2 Earthworks SR30 2 Earthworks TC30 2 Electro-Voice RE-20 4 Gefell M930 2 Gefell UM930 1 Gefell MG CMV563 2 Gefell M300 1 Gefell UM92.1S 4 Gefell UMT 70S 2 Gefell UMT800 2 Josephson C617 Set with Gefell MK221 4 Josephson E22s 1 Josephson C716 1 Josephson C715 1 Josephson C725 1 Lucas CS-1 1 Lucas CS-4 2 Neumann M149 2 Neumann U67 4 Neumann U87 1 Neumann U47fet 2 Neumann km184 1 Neumann USM 69i 2 Neumann TLM 170-r 2 Placid Audio Copperphone 2 Royer R-122 MkII 2 Royer R-121 1 Royer SF-24V 2 Royer R-10 1 Royer SF-2 2 Sanken CU-44x MK2 2 Schoeps CMC 6 MK2 2 Schoeps CMC 6 MK4 4 Sennheiser e609 4 Sennheiser MD421 II 1 Sennheiser MD441 1 Sennheiser E935 1 Shure KSM 353 2 Shure SM 57 2 Shure SM 58 beta 2 Shure SM7B 2 Shure Beta 52A 1 Telefunken ELA m260-ss stereo tube set Instruments: Rhodes Suitcase 73 Steinway Model B Wurlitzer 200A 1978 Fender Stratacaster Novation Super Nova Taylor GS Mini Moog Theremin Moog Voyager Korg M1 Moog Sub 37 Ibanez Blazer Bass Series Nord Electro 2 M Audio Axiom 49 Arturia Mini Brute Casio SK1 Roland VK7 Roland Juno 60 Roland Juno 106 Prophet 08 Korg Poly 61 Fender Telecaster Fender Jazz Bass Fender P-Bass Don Grosh Electric Jet Collings 290 Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessee Rose Gibson Les Paul Heron kit Gretsch Catalina Club Classic kit Ddrums M.A.X. kit **Miscellaneous Percussion** Outboard: API VPR 500 Rack 2 Chandler Little Devil Chandler LTD-1 2 Chandler REDD 47 Chandler TG12413 Limiter Dangerous Music Bax EQ 2 DBX 560A Demeter RV-1D Drawmer DS-201 2 Empirical Labs EL8X-S Eventide Eclipse Great River EQ-2NV Great River Harrison 32 EQ Highland Dynamics BG2 HT Hear Back Pro 4 Lexicon PCM 96 Motu Midi Express XT Overstayer M-A-S Pendulum Audio Quartet 2 Pultec EQP-500A Radial Engineering J+4 Radial Engineering JRAK 4 Radial Engineering EXTC Retro Instruments 176 Roland RE-101 Sansamp PSA-1 Smart C2 Compressor Sonic Farm Berliner Speck ASC-V SPL Transient Designer Tab Funkenwerk v72s Thermionic Culture Phoenix Compressor 2 UA 1176LN
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I really like Mark Ralph’s work. His most recent work is just really punchy and forward, with the dynamics still intact.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Producing tracks and then mixing them is my day to day. Vocal Production is my bread and butter. I love melody and I can see a vocal phrase all the way through to the cadence! That’s what I pride myself on, the vocal.