A Jungle City Studios staff member with credits including Lil Uzi Vert and A Boogie wit da Hoodie, I have a passion for music that knocks. Wether it's a heart-stopping 808 or a folky acoustic guitar, I like my mixes to sound bigger than life, immersive, and impactful.
Born in Memphis, TN and raised on soul and blues music, I've lived in NYC for 5 years and have worked at Jungle City for 3. My broad experiences as an engineer, from running live sound for touring bands to working my way up from intern at a major hip hop studio have left me with both diverse tastes and a unique sound.
As a mix engineer I try to focus on really making my records sound big and hit hard. I look for clarity and space in the records and try to accentuate the details while leaving room for the lead, whether it's a rap vocal or a ripping guitar solo. Then I sit that on top of a solid foundation of low end.
Where needed, I can use my collection of analog gear to really bring to life otherwise digitally-dulled tracks. Reach out if you have any questions, and we can get started making your music the best it can be.
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
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Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I've been working in recording studios for 10 years, starting when I was in high school. After high school I attended the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University where I studied Recording Arts. After working in local Bloomington studios during college, I moved to NYC where I eventually started working at Jungle City Studios.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a studio called Voyager Sound in Brooklyn, NY. We have a live room and a control room as well as an iso-booth. We LOVE gear, so we have our fair share from vibe-y preamps like 1073 and APIs to cool tube compressors like our Retro 176, and we love to use it, so reach out and see about having your songs mixed through some analog gear.