Maxim Losch

Because I love Rock & Metal

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I firmly believe that every dedicated musician deserves phenomenal sound. My ambition is to contribute to a world where music is inevitable and as many musicians as possible can proudly stand behind their dream sound. By editing, re-amping, mixing, and mastering rock and metal music I'm helping bands and fellow engineers to set the tone.

In my humble opinion, there’s only little in this world, that’s as powerful as music. It incorporates everything the artist stands for and conveys a message right to the listener. It can reach right into your heart. It can help you cope with sadness, or it can make you dance. What else has such powers?

My name is Maxim, and my personal ambition is to help as many musicians as possible to sound excellent and reach their dream sound. I want musicians to have a voice so loud that it reaches all around the globe. I want a band to sound so exciting that one can’t help but listen to them. I want to make music inevitable. I realized that I can either help musicians to sound great by working on their art or teaching them how they can do it themselves. Either way, the result is great-sounding music. That’s why I became an audio engineer and educator.

As an audio engineer, I produced, recorded, edited, mixed, and mastered songs ranging from Acoustic/Singer-Songwriter, Blues, even electronic music to my preferred heavy music genres, like Rock, Heavy Metal, or Metalcore.

After a few years of working as an educator and head instructor for an audio engineering college, I started specializing in mixing and mastering rock & metal music.
​I founded Redville Studio to support bands and to make musicians sound excellent.

My goal is your success. Let’s talk about your music!

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

Interview with Maxim Losch

  1. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  2. A: - Some kind of solar electricity provider (which can obviously power a studio 24/7) - Pair of speakers (my Eve Audio SC307) - Laptop - Audio interface - Coffee machine (with a secret compartment holding a lifetime supply of coffee) *I expect the desert island to have a box with all the necessary cables to wire up everything!

  3. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  4. A: Mostly digital Setup trimmed down to do re-amping, mixing, and mastering. My room is acoustically treated, pretty to look at and my speakers are lovely Eve Audio SC307's. My Kemper Profiler helps me with re-amping, while my Plugins do the remaining chores. I'm mostly using Plugins by Slate Digital, Fabfilter, Izotope, and Oeksound. My DAW of choice is Pro Tools.

  5. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  6. A: I am typically mixing and mastering heavy music (most common metalcore). This usually includes re-amping bass and guitars, since most of my clients tend to just send me their DI tones. Like this, I can shape their tone exactly to the arrangement. The second most common type of work is editing. This can be either multitrack editing or vocal tuning.

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