Tailor-made Mastering for your unique musical project. I will help you amplify your creative vision and make your music stand out through a detail-oriented and personal approach to Mastering. I've been Mastering boundary-pushing electronic, acoustic and experimental music for more than two years. Let's maximize the potential of your music together.
Hi, I'm Felipe, I'm a Mastering engineer focused on helping artists bring their creative vision into the mastering process. I believe that each musical project requires a unique approach to mastering beyond style and genre. I have a very personal approach to engineering, I like to get to know the artists who I am working with so I can understand their creative and technical needs.
Mastering can be a very complicated landscape these days, I'm completely open to helping you out with any questions regarding the Mastering process. Feedback on your mix and your music are an integral part of my process and I will provide those free of charge once I get to listen to your tracks!
Once I have received your music and gotten a chance to get to know your creative needs I'll get to work right away on both Analog and Digital equipment to get your music to sound the best it can. From there we can organize revisions until you are ready to share your music with the world.
Get in touch, I'm excited to hear your music and your creative ideas!
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Interview with Felipe Vareschi
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I get to listen to amazing music every day from incredibly talented and skilled musicians and engineers, and seeing their projects out in the world with people enjoying them gives me great joy.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Take a break for yourself. You probably just spent months on a musical project without much outside influence taking care of every little detail in your music. Now is the time to look at the big picture. How does the music make you feel when you listen to it? and how do you want it to make you feel after the mastering project? These are probably the two most important questions you need to ask yourself before contacting a Mastering Engineer.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: My style is detail and storytelling oriented. I like to use engineering to amplify the stories artists tell with their music, I like to bring out the instinctive and emotional aspects in music and showcase them to the listener.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work on a wide variety of music but mostly in the realm of electronic and electroacoustic music. I also get to work on experimental music which is really fun. Regardless of style, I like to help my clients tell stories with their music.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I will take care of all the details for you. Clicks, resonances, muddiness, volume issues you name it so we can focus on the things that matter: your art and your creative vision. Once all the technical issues are set aside I can use the tools in my engineering toolbox to highlight your music and make it shine, and if you are coming to me with an album I will help you tell a multi-track story that will immerse your audience into your sound-world.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Once I receive music from a client I like to discuss the details of their creative project either by email or via a video call. It's important for me to understand the challenges and goals associated with every project I work on. In these communication sessions, I also provide valuable mixing feedback to help the artist improve their creative process. From there I give an estimate for the masters and their delivery time and get to work. Once the masters are ready I will send them over for a listen alongside any comments that I have or things I discovered or took care of specifically in the mastering process. Most of the time projects do not require revisioning but if they do I will gather the requests, discuss them with the client and proceed to revision until the files are ready.