Hi, I'm Yoad from Israel.
I'm a highly-motivated, result-driven aspiring sound designer.

A student at "Shenkar College of Engineering. Design. Art" and sound is my passion. I've discovered it at the age of 15 when I was playing the drums for a few local bands, we wanted to record our music but could not find anyone to do it for us. We bought basic gear, pluged it in to the computer and pressed "Record".
The sound was horrible, nothing like the commercial music we we're used to. I was intrigued, how can I make it to sound good? I've started looking for information online and figuring things out by trail and error.
After a few years of self-learning I wanted to deepen my knowledge proffessionally and decided to go to audio school.

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Can you share one music production tip?
Always do an A/B comparison (before and after), don't be deceived by loudness, level match the A/B. Be different.
What's your strongest skill?
Determination.
What do you bring to a song?
My full devotion to get the best results I can, plus the technical aspect that make things happen.
What's your typical work process?
I always start with listening to the material I get, then arranging the project and determine what needs to be emphasized and what needs to be fixed.
Tell us about your studio setup.
KRK Rokit 5" G3, Avid Pro Tools 12, Steinberg UR22, Slate digital "Everything Bundle", Rode NT1-a (x2), Roland V-Drum TD-9, FXPansion BFD3.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I get inspired when I can hear the unique touch, the art and emotional impact.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Usually, Mixing, Editing, Mastering and Recording. In the past few month I did mainly electronic music mastering, and currently I'm recording an EP for a bluegrass band.