Patrick began as a drummer and vocalist as a young child. He's since picked up the bass and keys and began producing music a little over 10 yrs ago. Since then, Patrick has been honing his craft in recording/mixing, apprenticing under Producer/Engineer Wayne Becker. Patrick is also enrolled in Berklee's Music Production Degree Program.

Gear highlights

  • Tascam Dm3200
  • Dangerous D-Box
  • ART
  • RODE
  • Shure
  • Yamaha
  • Ziljian
  • DW
  • etc.

Genres I specialize in

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Interview with Patrick Roman

What type of music do you usually work on?
Contemporary Christian
What's your strongest skill?
It's hard to choose one but I would have to say, an ear for what sounds good.
What do you bring to a song?
I've been a musician most my life so I bring my style and experience as a musician
What's your typical work process?
Listen to my clients desires. I request reference tracks so that I know more or less what direction they want to go in. Even though I'm a drummer, I always start a track on the keys. Unless it has a different vibe and requires a rhythm guitar.
Tell us about your studio setup.
Under Construction! I'm temporarily working out of my sons nursery which unfortunately is limiting, but I'm hoping to finish soon. I'm using a Tascam DM3200 as an interface, mic pre's, mixer, control surface. I use FL Studio for it's ease of use in producing a raw track. I use Studio One for tracking, mixing, and mastering. Then I send my mix through a Dangerous D-Box for analog summing
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Warren Huart, Mike Johnston, Warren Campbell, Al Schmitt, Andrew Schepps, etc.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Produce full instrumentals and remote drum tracking