I started as a self employed studio engineer in 2004. Four years later I was partner in a professional studio based around a DDA AMR24 36/24/24, lots of outboard gear and a plethora of microphones (a pair of vintage valve Neumann U47's among them). These days I work in the box from home, producing, mixing and consulting on music and production.
Ever since my early youth in the late seventies and early eighties, I tinkered with audio. Using everything I could lay my hands on from old valve radio's to old reel to reel tape recorders. Constraints using this old gear was a great stimulus for creativity.
In 2004 I started as a self employed audio engineer and 4 years later I was partner in a professional studio, based around a DDA AMR24 36/24/24, lots of outboard gear and a plethora of microphones (a pair of vintage valve Neumann U47's among them).
These days I work from home and in the box. But past experience feeds into using the digital domain. Especially in my daw of choice, Reaper. I can be very creative in routing audio in all kinds of weird ways in that daw.
I mostly use open source software (apart form Reaper) and am a big proponent of the open source and Linux way of doing things. I find that open source software provides a lot of flexibility that I miss in the macOS and Windows environment.
- Mixing in the box, based on raw audio files or Reaper DAW files.
- Audio editing.
- Consulting on open source audio software and sollutions.
- Consulting on production and music, using a life time of listening to a broad spectrum of music.
- Providing synth patches on demand for Vital Synth and VCV Rack.
- Sounddesign and loops.
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.