Degree in mixing & mastering, providing quality- and professional sounding productions at an affordable price. Let's work together to make your track come to life.
As a mixing & mastering engineer specilized in pop and electronic dance music, I will push the rough bones of your track to become an industry standard release. I'll make sure to achieve the result your production deserves with hi-end programming, making it wide, loud and commercial sounding, well suitable for the crowded space you are looking to play for!
The final product will include the full instrumental of the song, as well as a seperate track for the vocals only. You are guaranteed to get daily updates and I will answer any questions you might have regarding your release. With the time and effort your production needs, you will get your song delivered in its very best light, providing as many revisions as needed to ensure you are fully satisfied with the final outcome!
I am fortunate enough to graduate from one of my countries leading music schools as a music producer. To this day, I have over five years of production, mixing and mastering experience, working with tons of musicians and playing in multiple bands. I am currently producing as part of the collective musical concept Lost Boys, signed to Ninetone Records.
◦ㅤ Mixing & Mastering (Bundle): $100
◦ㅤ Mastering (Stems): $75
◦ㅤ Mastering (Stereo file): $50
◦ㅤ Mixing: $75
Let me help you display your song in the best possible light! Let's tap in to make your vision reality!
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Interview with Leon Wollsäter
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: I recently released my five track debut EP 'Roses In The Concrete', available on all streaming platforms. A dark newage dance collection packed with unique and nuanced tracks. I was the producer, songwriter, vocalist. mixing- & mastering engineer for each and every track.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I have a lot of projects in development. At the moment, I’m producing a five track extended play called ”BLOOM”, which will be released with Ninetone Records. Suited for the summer ahead.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Music producing encourages creativity and as a creator I find joy in doing just that; creating. In my profession, there's always room for development and challenges. I like to broaden my horizons and discover new music.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I rather not frame myself within a specific genre. A musician make music, not genres. However, my personal touch is always a blend of electronic and organic elements, using both as complements to each other. Music is a form of art and I appreciate all kinds of it, whether it's rock or reggae, hip-hop or house.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: A great song revolves around its melody. I personally value the melodic elements of a production the most.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Less is more.