Born and raised in Italy, Alex moved to the States in 93. After graduating from MI in 94' he acquired a small studio in Hollywood. During that time he was fortunate enough to find himself working with George Clinton (Parliament) and Terri Nunn (Berlin) and many other talented musicians.

Tracking, Mixing, Private Studio, Online and On Location services.

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My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Pro-Tools 12
  • Universal Audio Apollo 8p
  • Yamaha and Tannoy monitors
  • good mic selection
  • and various outboard gear.

Genres I specialize in

Reviews of Alex Reverberi

  • Default-avatar7 months agoby

    Alex is definitely a Godsend. He is professional, easy to work with and 100% knowledgeable about the craft of engineering. He will take your sound to the highest possible level. He is the REAL THING. Not many are out there and easily accessible who have Eminem gold records on their walls. Trust his ears! You won't be sorry.

  • Default-avatar8 months agoby

    As an up & coming rapper finding her style in this crazy world, I really found a gem when Alex responded to my ad seeking an audio engineer. Alex Reverberi not only impressed the hell out of me, he also is a pleasure to work with. If you're looking for a talented, skilled and patient engineer to work with, look no further.

  • Default-avatar8 months agoby

    "Alex is a tried and true professional with great ears, good taste, and a chill vibe. Working with him is always enjoyable, his mixes always pop and really bring a song to life" - Christ Cooleye

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Interview with Alex Reverberi

What's your strongest skill?
Tracking live instruments in order to maintain an organic feel even when working in the digital world.
What do you bring to a song?
The most important skill in producing or mixing is to serve the song. With that in mind I really focus in finding what makes the song move and build around that.
What's your typical work process?
First no matter if I'm tracking or mixing I like to ear the rough mix or rehearsal of the band/artist I'm working with. This allows me to understands the vibe the artist is trying to achieve. Tracking wise I don't like the "fix it later idea" so during that process I try to achieve the "mix" sound as we track the project.
Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
Manny MarroquĂ­n, Andrew Scheps
Analog or digital and why?
As much as I grew up using tape machines and there's nothing like the smell of a fresh reel of tape in the morning, nowadays technology has reached incredible quality, and the ability to be able to work on several projects at the same time and go back where I left off with a click of a mouse... it's just major. By working in the box I can easily recall mixes and do changes as needed without needing to have the studio tied up for 2 days on the one song waiting for label and or artist approval.
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
Anybody with a laptop and a copy of Logic can do it?
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
Do you have a rough mix of your song? I like to hear what the artist hear, so I can expand on their vision.
What do you like most about your job?
Keeps me young
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
Moved to the USA in 93 from Italy to study music, few years after graduating I became a small recording studio owner and started working with the local Punk rock scene. As my career progressed I found myself working with some of the biggest name in the industry, after the arrival of the MP3 and the Streaming services I decided to get out of the mainstream to go back to my roots and work with independent artists.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I worked on anything, from Hip-Hop to Punk Rock. Nowadays I'm trying help independent artists in getting quality recordings even when working on a very low budget, or no budget at all.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Jack White, Black Keys, Radiohead, The Kills, Andrew Scheps.
Tell us about your studio setup.
In my private home studio I run Pro-tools, paired to an UAD Apollo 8p and an extra 8 channels of Focusrite Pres. I can comfortably track at home when the artist budget leaves no room for a larger studio, but I do have access to several other facilities in which I can accommodate any tracking need.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Tracking, Producing and Mixing independent artists.