What's up? My name is Evan Douglas Peters. I'm 18 and I'm a freshman studying Music Engineering in Bruce Hornsby's Creative American Music singer/songwriter program at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. I was born and raised in Lake County, Illinois, and I am proud to say I grew up on pop punk.

Mixing and Mastering: I am most comfortable mixing rock, pop, or singer-songwriter music.
Vocals: I sing songs loud. If you need background vocals, or you're really lazy and want lead vocals, I'd be honored.
Songwriter: I write songs/lyrics. Don't worry, dog will let me know if they suck before I send them to you.
Arranging: I was a band nerd in school and play oboe and saxophone. For example, If you have a rock song and you wish you sounded more like Reel Big Fish (who doesn't, right?), I can arrange a horn section. Or, if you have any song and it just sounds like trash in general and want help arranging using (cue foreboding music) music theory, I am your guy.
Oboe/Sax: I play oboe and alto saxophone. If you want me to track some of either of those for you, or you want me to help write parts for either, I am your guy.
Guitar: I've played guitar in rock bands, jazz big bands, and accompanying myself (as I sit in the corner and sing for people eating food and not listening to me). If you need some guitar tracks on your song, I can do that.
I'm still in school and I don't pretend to be a "professional", so my prices will be low. I am a creator and musician first, and I don't put my name on anything I'm not proud of; I understand how valuable your music is to you, and I will take care of it.

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

My credits include

Gear highlights

  • PreSonus Studio One Pro

Genres I specialize in

Terms of Service

Half payment upfront

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Interview with Evan Douglas Peters

Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
I do a lot of mixing for singer/songwriters, as well as helping them flesh out their songs before they record them.