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Alex is an incredible audio engineer ! being a classicaly trained musician, his ears are quite discerning and sensitive - and his technical proficiency makes him the perfect engineer for all your recording, editing and mixing need. His versatility is hard to match and he can also play many instruments quite well (even french horn !). As good as it gets ! Five stars :-)
Interview with Alex Green
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Classical, Rock, Blues, Metal, Hardcore, Pop Rock, Reggae, Ska, Latin Music, Colombian Folk Music, Etc
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Always Record and Mix like if there was no Mastering. (But with no hard limiting/compression on the 2 bus)
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: Louder is Better, Mastering can fix bad recordings/mixes
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: • No Clipping, no peaks should go to 0 dBFS (Red) • Only use a compressor or limiter in the 2 bus of your mix if the intention is to glue or give character to the mix, not for loudness. Leave the mix as dynamic as possible. • Send the material at the same exact sample rate and bit depth that it was recorded and mixed at. • Must be Wav or Aiff Files (Stereo Interleaved) We will only except lossy files (Mp3, Aac, Etc) if it´s impossible for you to receive the Lossless files (Wav or Aiff). You must know that working with a lossy file will have quality loss after the whole mastering process so it should be avoided at all cost. • ¨ Mastering/Mixing is not Magic! ¨ If the material has flaws that came from the recording or mixing process, mastering/mixing can only do so much to ¨fix¨ it. Please send the best Recording/Mix possible because this will guarantee the best Master/Mix possible. We will have the right to deny material that we believe are not up to standards and that should be recorded or mixed again. • When sending the material, we should receive a word document with all the info needed for the metadata.