My name is Dylan Nieman and I am a producer and mix engineer based out of Springfield, MO. My goal is to bring your next project to life. As an artist myself, I understand the importance of working with people who understand your vision. You've invested your time, money, heart, and soul into your music and you deserve to have it taken seriously.

All mixing services include reamping (if needed), drum sample replacement (if needed), mixing, and 3 rounds of revisions.

Mastering, basic editing, vocal tuning, drum quantization, and additional production is available for an additional fee.

Gear highlights

  • Yamaha NS-10s
  • Waves Plugins
  • SoundToys Plugins
  • Slate Digital Plugins
  • Valhalla Plugins

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to book the mixing dates on my calendar. The remaining balance is due before final masters are released.

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Interview with Dylan Nieman

What do you bring to a song?
I think the biggest thing a mix engineer brings to a song is a fresh perspective and an ear for what makes a song sound like a finished product.
What's your typical work process?
I prefer to be somewhat mobile when I work. I'll typically open up a project, set up a session, and do some basic audio sweetening and get levels and panning sorted out while I sit at my favorite coffee shop. Then I'll move back to my studio to work on the main chunk of the mixing.
Tell us about your studio setup.
The heart of my studio is centered around Pro Tools 12, a wide array of plugins, and my NS-10s.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Andrew Scheps is probably my all time favorite mix engineer. As for my favorite musicians...I typically just pull up a random playlist on Spotify and start listening until I catch something inspiring.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Mixing is the most common type of work I do for clients. While I do often advise clients during the tracking phase of their project and I am able to accommodate tracking at my studio, I typically leave that up to another recording engineer so that I can maintain a fresh perspective when it comes to the mixing phase.