A professional electronic music producer & mixing engineer, experienced in releasing high quality electronic music. No compromises, only using the best high end analog audio processing tools, vintage synths & drum machines.
I'm a producer & sound engineer, operating from my boutique studio, Persona Audio, which is located in Berlin, Germany
I provide production, mixing & mastering services and I specialise in electronic & dance music. Recently I have been focusing on helping young producers finish their tracks, mixing & producing for them
Having been around and within the electronic music scenes of Berlin and Tel-Aviv as a DJ for many years , I can offer a unique artistic perspective for your tracks, that not many can rival. I will utilise my selection of high-end outboard analog gear, alongside modern techniques in order to answer your needs
Whether you make Underground Detroit Techno, big room EDM, Chicago House or Trance - I can get you the sound you are after
Your tracks will reach their sonic potential and their mixes will translate on any club's sound system, car speakers or headphones
if you need help finishing your productions, I will make use of the extensive amount of vintage analog synths and drum machines that I own
I believe in open communication and will encourage you to be involved in the process. I'm always open to discuss any specific preferences and for changing musical ideas
As a vinyl collector and a true electronic music lover, rest assured that if you have a vision - I can get it manifested for you.
Mixing, Mastering, Production - you name it
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
4 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Dan Meyer
Dan is a fantasic professional to work with. As a self-produced artist who mixes his own music, it's really helpful to have a mastering engineer who is an artist and producer himself. His work and availability has been really helpful to me and my tracks
Dan was great to work with, is very accommodating and his work is of a very high quality. Dan listened to what I wanted and also has the ability to listen to the music as a whole and give a fresh perspective.
I would definitely work with Dan again.
The workflow I had with Dan is definitely extraordinary. So is also the final product that he delivered. If you work with this guy don't tell him too much what to do just let him do and I promise you will be satisfied with his expert mixing and mastering as well as with his own touch that he brings in. It's super nice that he always replies so quickly and he gives you full transparency about the progress and everything he does. More than recommended, this won't be the last time I work with Dan!
Dan is wonderful to work with. Prompt and knowledgeable and very reasonable and honest! Low end on my track sounds tight; he did some clever things to improve my mix (because it needed a little help)
Interview with Dan Meyer
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both, but if I had to choose - Analog. Digital tools are not capable yet to recreate that warm feeling that analog equipment has. Just send anything through a tube compressor and you will see that no plug-in can do that...
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Don't relay on what is written and check the samples! Also go for someone that shares your musical taste, but that can also give a fresh perspective for your music.
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Dave Hill Titan Roland 808 SH 101 A-designs Hammer Roland Alpha Juno
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I have studied electronic music production many years ago and have been DJ'ing for over 10 years now, on and off due to also having a day job before I had my own professional studio. At the end 2020 I started giving engineering services and on Jan 2021 I opened the studio together with my partner Barak Shem-Tov and got my first EP signed for release on a highly respected Electro label. Due to covid vinyl pressing releases are being delayed and so the release isn't out yet but soon to come, together with some more exciting new music.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I would describe my style as elegant and precise
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I wish I could go back in time and work with miles davis. Do I really need to say why ? :)
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Before all, find a workflow that works for you and that makes it fun for you to do.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work mainly on electronic dance music. However, I have done some mastering work for other genres, like indie pop and synthwave for example.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: My strongest skill is hearing what others nornally miss. My ears are well trained and I can easily detect a problem in a track. That's why apart from production & mixing I also do mastering work.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring to a song/track an extensive knowledge of the different genres and extremely creative & trained ears that can always detect what is not supposed to be there, what is missing, what is needed, etc.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio has a control room area in the middle, where all the mixing & mastering gear is, as well as the speakers and the sub. On the side of the room there is a rack full of vintage synths & drum machines, along with sequencers, midi clocks and other utilities. The room is acoustically treated and has a sofa and many plants to give a nice cozy feeling. I can easily spend 12 hours a day there as I feel very comfortable spending my time in the studio. If you are in Berlin and want to work with me, you are more than welcome to visit! In the studio myself and my partner have a rule that only the best tools are being kept and the rest go away. For mixing and mastering I use only the most high end analog tools and for production i will not compromise and make use of my analog synths & drum machines, among which - the infamous Roland TR-808, an SH-101, Korg/Mono Poly and more.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Too many, but in there Electro scene, where I take part with my own music, I'm gonna say Boris Bunnik, a.k.a Versalife/Conforce
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: My most common type of work are mixing & production and these too can also overlap. For instance, a project can start as just production, but then mixing being added. It could also happen that during the mixing stage some production actions are needed to be done in order for the track to work.