Hi! I am a mix/master engineer and multi-instrumentalist from Fayetteville, Arkansas, working out of Haxton Road Studios. I've been programming tracks and making beats for 10+ years and have worked with multiple genres including pop, hip hop, and country. I'd love to team up to bring your music to life!

Cory Nelson is a Producer and Mix/Master Engineer with over a decade of experience in the music industry. He first began producing and recording his own music in 2005 while touring and writing with multiple bands. Cory’s songs and compositions have been featured on several television networks such as MTV, E!, National Geographic, and Bravo, as well as digital marketing campaigns for major brands such as Amazon, McDonald's, Microsoft, Otter Box, Coca-Cola, and Marc Jacobs.

Cory is also experienced in pre-production for pop, hip-hop, and country, and has worked with writers in Nashville to create demo-ready tracks for pitching to labels and artists. Cory most enjoys the Mixing and Mastering process, having worked on major label releases, along with creating remixes for Knox Hamilton, The Rocketboys, Kris Allen, and Lovedrug.

Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • UA Apollo
  • Neve Pre's
  • Maag EQ
  • Elesia Comp
  • UA 610
  • Various Mics
  • Various Synths
  • VST's
  • Instruments
  • etc.

Genres I specialize in

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Interview with Cory Nelson

Analog or digital and why?
Both! I disagree with the question.
What's your strongest skill?
Taking a song from an idea to a reality.
Tell us about your studio setup.
I work in and out of the box. The majority of mixing is done in Logic via the UA Apollo interface. I also use several outboard units (Preamps, Compressors, EQ's, etc.) during mixing.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I'm a sucker for anything Radiohead does. As far as music production professionals, I learn a lot from Warren Huart and Dave Pensado.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I often am sent songs with only a single instrument and vocals and am asked to develop that into a full song. Typically this involves programming and recording an entire song from scratch based on the artist's vocals.