Helping developing artists achieve the highest quality mix and masters and develop their sound. Over 40 million streams in total for music I have been involved in. Many years producing, mixing and mastering. Have worked with the likes of Sam Smith and Little Mix. My solo project Blakey has garnered tens of millions of streams alone.
Experienced mixing and Mastering Engineer with my own studio in Shoreditch, London. I have variety of radio and chart credits in genres including pop, house, electronic and RnB.
I sing, write, produce, mix and have mastered for my solo pop/rnb project ‘Blakey’ which has garnered over 15 million of streams on Spotify and Apple Music alone. I’ve worked with such artists as Sam Smith and Little Mix, Years and Years, Foals, Duke Dumont to name a few.
I have achieving Billboard chart success (including a US Alternative Number 1) and great critical acclaim (including Noisey, Vice, Q Magazine, The Independent, Nylon and more).
My work has received rotation on national stations including BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, XFM, Capital, Virgin and has also been featured on BBC 1 television. Sync success for my work has included placements on internationally syndicated TV shows (such as MTV Catfish), multinational brands (such as American Eagle Outfitters) and films from major studios (such as Miramax).
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84 Reviews - 11 Repeat ClientsEndorse Harry Lee
another great sounding mix, I'm stoked.
perfect master, absolutely great Job as Always!
amazing mix and master, great job as always!
Super tasteful playing, great recording and ultra quick turnaround.
Was fun working with Harry. Tuning came out great and he was always quick to respond which was much appreciated. Quality product and will use again.
Great mixing quality and fast turnaround times, loved working with harry on my single!!!
Harry was a true professional who was true to his word. His skills are extensive, and he provided me with exactly what I was looking for. I highly recommend working with Harry!
The final result was just incredibile! Great Mixing and Master!
Great mix, nice guy, quick response. It was a good experience and I'm glad to have collaborated with Harry.
it was a pleasure to work with Harry! extremely professional, great musical taste and very efficient!
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It was a pleasure working with Harry. He was extremely professional, communicative throughout and an incredible musician. Will defo work with him again!
A pleasure to work with again, Harry has an amazing voice and provides great quality recordings!
It was a real pleasure working with Harry again. Great singer and always flexible and thinking with you on the project.
Harry did an amazing job with my vocals and delivered exactly what I needed and more! Definitely will be working with him in the future!
Working with Harry was great! He adds a new element to my song that I'm stoked to work with!
Communication is important and I'm happy that went very well. He delivered quality vocals and I'm absolutely satisfied!
Harry has been the best! I think he created a piece of art for me!! Highly recommend working with him!!
Awesome work! Quick delivery & matched the vibe of my song perfectly. Definitely would work with Harry again.
Its always an honor to work with Harry. He is a brilliant, true artist with amazing intuition and talent. I would highly recommend him!
This is my 3rd time working with Harry. He always delivers good stuff. On every project, he provides different vibes and amazing vocals.
Interview with Harry Lee
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: so am focusing a lot of my time in my new Pop/Rnb type project Blakey. I currently and singing and producing it.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Hate this question! Soul, warmth, feeling, musicality -the things that are actually important in music, arent either analog or digital.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise I’ll make it sound as good as I can to the taste of the artist.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: However it manifests, finding the sweet spot in a project. Usually the point at which I won’t be able to hold back a smile because it sounds good and gives a shiver!
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Just be yourself and open and honest with what you want!
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Mac Laptop 15in 2017 3.2 quad core Logic Pro X UA Twin Interface Shure KSM42 ATH-M50x Headphones
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Mainly melodic, pop, RnB, or House Production.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I was brought up on Jazz when I was a kid, so I my default skill is understanding the melody and chords and how they intertwine with the rest of the project.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It obviously varies from project to project, but if I'm producing a track for someone who is singing, I will figure out the basic chords and groove going and then record the vocal over that - Vocal is king and should be given most attention for most projects, and then I will build up, layer around the voice.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Never over compress!
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Understanding what the client wants on an emotional level, and realising that with my ears.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I mainly use Logic Pro through a Universal Audio Twin II interface - which has some of the best, if not the best preamps out there in my opinion. I have a variety of guitars, and vocal mics and keyboards. I run through Genelec 8030A monitors and have a very large collection of soft synths and mixing plugins including Native Instruments Komplete, Arturia collection, Omnisphere, Soundtoys, to name but a few!
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The key is to get inside the head of the client. Understand where he/she/they are coming from and where they want to go to. When it comes to producing an artist, I will usually ask for reference artists/tracks to help understand the soundscape they are looking for. When it comes to me featuring my vocals on another project, I try to get into the feeling of the music the way they want.