Producer | Mixer
Born in Orlando, FL but raised in the eclectic music scene of St. Pete FL, Will began with piano lessons at the age of 4. He first began as an multi-instrumentalist and now continues on as a songwriter and mix engineer. In the last 13 years he has taken his love of performing music and turned it into a passion for mixing, writing, and producing with others.
Since initiating his professional career as a producer and mixer, Will has mixed studio recordings for bands and artists of virtually every genre with an emphasis in pop and rock. In addition to his engineering work, Will has shared the stage, learned, and has worked with people such as Manny Marroquin, Brian Malouf, LOCASH, He is We, and Sister Hazel.
Will approaches every mix, project, or song with a high level of creativity ultimately achieving a final product that is commercially competitive, but also has a level of musicality, emotion, movement, and dynamics.
Will currently resides in Nashville, TN
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Interview with Will Cooper
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Mixing. Ever since I was a little kid I've been mixing and I didn't even know it. I would hone in on certain parts or instruments in a song and come up with my own ideas on how I would make the parts mine.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I'm running a Mac Pro with Logic X and Protools. I use a UA Apollo with Yamaha HS-8s and NS-10s. Weird combo for monitors, I know, but I trust them and have learned how they operate.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Growing up my father raised me on the classics; Jimi Hendrix, Crosby Stills and Nash, James Taylor. So I guess you could say I was raised "analog". Of course becoming a teen, you branch off and listen and discover your own music and I discovered pop. Now I know its not a new practice to throw analog into a pop production but I find that when you mix analog with modern production but I find that it instills some life in a track and keeps the old legends alive.