Studio junkie! 2 Diplomas and over 600 hours of studio time to my meter :)
If you want a great sounding mix , you can trust me to achieve this goal. I mix at -6 Db, to leave enough headroom for the mastering process. In the other hand, if you have your mix, but you need a mastering, I do that too! I don't work alone so I can also provide a mix and a master (you are not supposed to master what you mixed, apparently)
Important thing. if you send me your session, I need to know some crucial specs, like your DAW, your session needs to be ready for the mix (naming the tracks) My DAW's are Cubase 5, Nuendo 4, and Protools 10, if it doesn't fit, you can send the audio files (named, with their timecode)
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Interview with Mindfuck Productions
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Beatmaking, Track editing, Recording (close people only), Mixing and Mastering
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: My very first teacher and mentor, Giovanni Zappala and every teacher, instructor or students I met at Recording Arts of Canada.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: First things first, my computer...very stable war machine, I have DAW's such as Cubase, Nuendo, Logic and Protools. For beatmaking I have the good old FL Studio, Reason, Acid Pro and Ableton. My microphones consist of a Shure SM58 and an AKG C2000b. My audio interface (external souundcard) is a Saffire Liquid56 with 8 ins 8 outs analog and 8 ins 8 outs digital. My speakers are JBL Professionals (sweet little boost in the bass section) My Audio console is an Allen & Heath in line 32 ins 32 outs vintage analog . The rest is 2 electric keyboards, 2 keyboard controlleers, a fader controller and an analog synthesizer.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It always depends on what my clients want!!! If they want a mix, I'll do it under my conditions: if the recording session is edited or not, if not I'll ask if they want to do it or if they leave it to my team (it's a small cost) then, I'll ask if it needs advanced editing, like pitch editing, playlist comping, elastic audio etc. If not, I start the mix by checking the phase problems, then I clean the tracks with tools such as a gate, strip silence, a cleaning EQ. Then I start the dynamic audio treatment, the compressors, exciters, transient enhancer, limiters if needed, tape machines, boosting EQ. After all this treatment, it will already sound amazing but I like to add bus compression for every group of instruments, it adds power! At this point, I will do a quick fader mix and ask my client about the the temporal effects they would like (reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, phaser) so I an add it and begin the utomation and panning process.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Dynamic Range and the warmth of Analog, Tubes and Tape sound!