Hello! My name is Glenn, and am a music psychologist, and avid searcher of the secrets behind the old question of "what is music" where I have settled into the art of Mix Engineering.
I have studied nearly every aspect of it including having played several instruments of an orchestra, to playing bass in jazz bands, playing half time shows at NBA games, studying psychology, neurosciences and physics, to where I am now. A professional mix engineer. I was taught by some great individuals who've won Grammy's and have multiple gold and platinum albums under their belt. I settled in this aspect of music because I'm sort of a middle man. I take ideas that have arisen from inspiration, pre produced, and then recorded, turn them into something sonically pleasing and get them ready to be mastered where another set of ears adds that little bit of something we all contribute to the creativity of music. Give me a chance to show you what I can provide to that inspiration you are looking to take to the next level. So send me a message if you are interested, and let's chat!
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Interview with Glenn Weidendorf
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I currently work mostly ITB. I find it's easy to get the sound I want. Analog is very greatly emulated now a days so the need for real analog saturation is at a bare minimum. Everything from EQ's to compressors, and even using tube saturation in the mastering stage to tame high end digital harshness can all really be done in the box. I have Dynaudio Monitors, my laptop of course, Waves Mercury bundle, UAD plugins with an Apollo interface, and an acoustically treated room. My setup is very mobile which allows me to travel wherever my services are needed.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Cream, Hans Zimmer, Jimi Hendrix, Paul Peterson, Brian "Snowman" Powers, Tom Tucker, Morris Engler, and so much more. These are a select few that have propelled me quicker than I could have imagined in this industry. I can't thank them enough for their own contributions in their own ways to my inspiration and drive.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I started in the FOH live sound mixing but ended up with multiple artists asking to mix their music. I find I most commonly mix a vast range of genres which include Rock, Americana, EDM, Rap and Spiritual music, but quite often am requested to also master. It's very cool to be able to master it myself as I can mix into the master or master while still being able to modify the mix to make each other work together perfectly.