If you need affordable and professional portable recording, mixing, and mastering services, contact me for a free consultation of your project. I want to help you bring your music ideas to life.
I offer portable recording, music mixing and mastering, audio cleanup, and about any other audio service you can think of. My rates are affordable and I offer recording and mixing packages. I want to help new and budding musicians get their music out there without needing to spend every possible dime they have.
I am a certified audio engineer. I attended The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, OH. I have also interned and worked at several recording studios working with a number of different artists around Portland. I also have self-produced a number of my own albums over the years.
I use Pro Tools along with industry grade software to achieve professional digital masters of your music. I also have a good selection of microphones and audio gear for capturing your sound, be it a live style performance or intricate layering and dubbing.
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Interview with Strange Skies Recording
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I like a natural sound and not super processed, So i tend toward a warmer tone and mixing to keep transients and it's energy.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I currently mix and master from a Dell laptop using the latest Pro Tools. My audio interfaces are a Digidesign M-Box, and an SSL2+ Audio Interface. I do remote recording with a Roland Studio Capture, which has 16 inputs, so I can capture a full band when necessary. For mixing I have Kali LP6, Mackie MR5, and PreSonus Eris 3.5 speakers. My Mic collection is Shure Sm7B, Shure Drum mic set, Samson mics, AT2050, and a Stellar X2. I also have an Alesis Q49 keyboard for MIDI recording. I have a lot of production software. Some of the plugins I use are from Waves, Izotope, Fabfilter, TDR, Valhalla, Klanghelm, and a lot more.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm a big fan of old school punk and DIY ethic. I'm fond of Brett Gurewitz from Bad Religion, and Ian Mackaye from Minor threat and all that they have contribute to the scene with their ingenuity.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Most of my work has come from recording local artists and mixing/mastering those songs. I like to work with local budding musicians to help get their songs out there. I am happy to work with any artists who is interested, though.