James at VoxHound is dedicated to providing an excellent service, turning the artist's vision into a reality. With 12 years’ experience working in various areas in music, from Playing live to producing, mixing and mastering.

Starting off on whatever he could get his hands on; James started to mix songs from the age of 16. Now 28 he has studied and researched the craft for 12 years gaining experience from various sources. James has worked with local and national artists helping them to achieve their goals and to get the record sounding how they envisioned.

He started playing Guitar from the age of 12 and started to gain an interest in how everything sounded and came together. Playing in bands from the age of 14, he gained valuable live experience. This is experience he has drawn upon when sitting in the producers’ chair, helping him to relate to an artist.

Now working from his home studio in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, and working from various studios around the UK, He is able to deliver a tailored sound to suit each individual artist.

Working on Cubase Pro 9 and using well renowned plugins James finds that this is what best suits his workflow and enables him to concentrate on getting the sound the artist requires.

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My credits include

Gear highlights

  • Cubase Pro 9
  • Presonus R65
  • AVID Eleven Rack

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Prices agreed before starting any work.
Up to 4 revisions included (If required).

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Interview with VoxHound Productions

Can you share one music production tip?
Let your ears guide you. Have one listening session with your screen turned off.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I will normally work on Rock and Metal, however I have been credited on some Prog and alternative work.
What do you bring to a song?
I would like to think that I bring my experience together with the artist’s vision to create something with both me and the artist are happy with.
What's your typical work process?
I like to start by listening through the track once. I will then start making any corrections to the tracks such as trimming the start and ends or removing any obvious anomalies. After this I will balance the tracks so that I am fairly happy with the levels, and then have a couple of passes just listening with my computer monitors of. This allows my ears to hear what corrections, if any need making. After a couple of listens I will get to work making any necessary adjustments. After this I will have another pass balancing the track to how I think it should sound. Then a final listen before sending the track of for the artist’s comments.
Tell us about your studio setup.
A nice home studio setup with a treated room. This creates a comfortable and accurate listening environment for me, that I can trust.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Andy Sneap has been a massive influence on me alongside Adam Dutkiewicz. Their production work for Rock and Metal is a personal favourite of mine.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Mostly mixing and mastering combined.