What type of music do you usually work on?
Hip Hop & RnB
What's your strongest skill?
Making the vocal pop. Guiding the artist to the right performance.
What do you bring to a song?
Aggressive, clean, loud, smooth.
What's your typical work process?
Before i start with any mix i like to live with the rough mix first for the first 3 days before starting a mix. When recording I like sit with the rough mix of the song, then talk about the song were going to record with the artist or vocalist and really get to know what the song means to the artist and where it was born out from, this gives me a better understanding of how the song should sound, our approach in recording it and helps me help the artist more in getting the right performance. I believe in getting the 'right' performance rather than the best.
Tell us about your studio setup.
So i work out of many studios, but the studio i work out of the most has Apollo 8 Quad Core, Tascam Desk Controller, My personal setup and gear i own are the Apollo Twin Duo, Miktek C7, Nuemann TLM 103, Audio Techniqa 4040, Neve Portico 5017, FMR RNC 1773
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I have a lot of influences! I would say right now my main influence is Jaycen Joshua (Mix Engineer) Young Guru (Mix Engineer) Dr. Dre (Producer/Artist/Engineer) Kanye West (Major influence).
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I do a lot of recording and mixing for my clients. Entire projects, EP's, & singles.