Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
The most common type of work I do for clientele is Mixing/Mastering, Production, Composition and Editing of audio.
Analog or digital and why?
I Utilize both analogue and digital. They both carry their own advantages. I do find myself leaning towards the analogue side in the conception, production and recording steps. However in the mix I lean towards the digital flow of things. Its not written in stone, I mix it up vice versa as well.
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
The biggest misconception of what I, and people like myself do is the amount of science that is behind audio engineering. In the modern era, Daws have really tried to make it as easy as possible for you by doing half the work before you even get started. There is nothing wrong with presets and loops, however I really think people should realize that you are in fact manipulating with the science of sound. Once in the habit of using default methods you in a way settle for less because you are not allowing yourself to learn and take things further.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I work back and forth between home set up and studio.
Home Setup: Pro tools, Logic, Shure Mic, AKG Mic, Mxl Mic. Yamaha Hs8 Monitors, Guitar and bass, Korg synthesizer. Abundance of pedals and percussion instruments.
Studio setup: Acoustically treated environment, Focal monitors, The AWS 916 console, Pro tools, Logic, Fl studios, Isotope Ozone. Rack compressor, Eq, Delay and Reverb.
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
My promise to clients is quality service, quality Product and a good experience.