What's up ya'll? My name is Joe & I'm an electronic musician, audio engineer, and Ableton Live wizard! I've been writing & producing music since 2010, and I specialize in audio engineering & music production.
I've spent thousands of hours writing, engineering & performing music, and love helping people achieve their creative goals. Performing around the east coast has given me the chance to share the stage with acts such as Cashmere Cat, Big Sean, GRiZ and French Kiwi Juice. As a sound designer, I've created sample packs for companies such as iZotope, Origin Sound, and Splice. I release music under the name 92elm, and my music has racked up over 4 million streams online. Most recently I scored a production credit on "Ur Baby" ft. Khalid from Brazilian pop star Anitta's album "Versions of Me".
If you're interested working together, shoot me a message with some details about your project, and we can figure out how to make it work!
Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.
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If you're looking for a job done with integrity, attention to detail, and creative flair, look no further. I've been working with Joe for 3 years and what sets him apart from the rest is A) his producing, mixing, and mastering wizard skills, and B) his ability to communicate complex concepts effectively and give great feedback. I would recommend him to anyone!
Been working with Joe for well over a year now. Joe is one of my biggest assets as a musician. Super well rounded, helps me mix, master, edit and gives great musician advice overall. Highly recommended
Interview with Joseph Haederle
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: What music has been inspiring you lately? Is there a certain vibe or sound you're aiming for with your project? I like to get as much info as I can!
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: My essentials are probably my MacBook, headphones, hard drive, a MIDI keyboard, and a microphone.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Probably communication - maybe it seems funny to list a non-musical skill, but I see a lot of talented people let projects go unfinished or incomplete because of ineffective communication. I'm an artist myself & always want to understand where someone is coming from!