MW Audio

Recording/ Mixing Engineer

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Over 3 years of experience in the entertainment industry as an audio engineer/ technician. Working in both studio and live sound environments I am capable of working hard and focused on the task at hand whilst under pressure, meeting the deadline.

I use ProTools HD and Ableton Live Suite along with other analog processors and synthesisers to get a full sound.

Recent work I have done includes:

-Recording and Mixing engineer for hiphop duo AndBeyond
-Recording, editing and mixing engineer for Berndt Museum (exhibition piece)
-Recording, editing and mixing engineer for University Theatres Production of The Hungry Caterpillar (radio
advertisement and pre-show announcement)
-Recording and editing engineer for Perth International Arts Festival 'Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak' (demo)
-Recording, editing and mixing engineer for psychedelic post-rock outfit 'SimpleExistence' EP

-FOH engineer and multitrack mix of Mohammad Alizadeh
RouyandiStudio
KapamilliaFunday
SpookyMen Choral
VultureStreet
Perth International Arts Festival

Regular subcontracter to PowerMusic & DC Productions

Tell me about your project and how I can help, through the 'Contact' button above.

Terms Of Service

2 revisions. turn around time <7days (depending on task). additional costs will only apply if work scope/ contract is changed - cost will only change with client agreement. .wav or equivalent only.

Gear Highlights
  • ProTools HD
  • 1/4" Tape Recorder
  • Mastering Suite (analog)
  • 24/7 access world class microphones and analog processors
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News
  • Mixing FOH for Mohammad Alizadeh @ Octagon TheatreJun 28, 2017

  • AV Collection for July ExhibitionJun 28, 2017

    Great recording session (followed by possibly the most painless editing experience ever - seriously, no sarcasm!) this morning with the Berndt Museum of Anthropology.

    Recording for an AV collection that will be exhibited from 27/07-26/09 this year at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA on the 24/7 screen

    'The 1967 Referendum: Resistance & Protest Culture'