Music producer and audio engineer with 17 years of experience in music and entertainment
I am a music producer and audio engineer with 17 years of musical experience. Classically trained in violin and piano, with experience playing in live concerts at Detroit’s Orchestra Hall.
I have 4 years of studio experience working in award winning studios in Detroit, Los Angles, and Chicago. Along with studio experience, I have experience working with artist signed to the “Empire,” “Republic Records,” and “QC” music labels.
I have a wide arrange of experience in live sound working in arenas such as Little Caesar’s Arena and concert halls like the Fox. I have experience running a Midas 32, Behringer X32, Allen and Heath SQ-5, Allen and Heath D-Live, and Presonus Live 32s board. I am familiar with the RDnet line array program and calibrating room size. I work with IATSE Local 38 as an audio engineer along with two other companies Digital Custom Media and Source Audio.
My production is based around out of the box and in the box gear, using session players to capture live instruments. I have access to two studios in the metro-Detroit area, Northside and Heaven Studios. I am a lead producer/engineer at both studios and available to accept bookings.
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Interview with Pwillvolair
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Analog and digital are really good together. Because the little things that analog has a hard time doing, digital makes it easier, faster, and more affordable. Vice-versa, the big things that digital lack, analog makes up for it. Both should be implemented in a studio.
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: Anybody can do it. Many people can learn how to produce and engineer "technically," but you have to have an ear for it also.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Stay consistent, this game is about determination and hard-work. The talent is a small percentage of what it really takes to make it in music.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Emotion is the key. Make music that people can feel in their hearts and you will never go wrong.