Hybrid Analog-Digital mixing and mastering at affordable rates with a weird ear for anything delightfully artful; from bluegrass and singer-songwriters, to post-punk, krautrock and more. Using a digital/analog approach, Graham has over 10 years of experience mixing and mastering albums and film soundtracks for artists and bands around the country.
One-third of Chicago art/space-rockers Fotosputnik, Graham Grochocinski has served as the group's recording/mixing/mastering engineer since day one, utilizing the studio as an important tool in part of the band's experimental sound and workflow. He has since mixed and mastered for other indie, ambient and experimental artists around the country who share his vision for all things oddly hypnotic. Using a hybrid digital-analog mixing and mastering approach, Graham embraces the limitations and happy accidents of working with analog consoles while deploying efficient digital techniques when surgically precise edits are necessary. When not mixing or mastering in his home studio, Graham operates a mobile digital recording rig, preferring to track bands outside of professionally treated recording studio live rooms and instead where they're most comfortable or in unique and interesting spaces that fit the artist's needs.
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- 1640i Analog Mixing Console
- Yamaha HS8 Monitors
Terms of Service
Always willing to negotiate hourly or flat-rate fees. Turn-around time ranges from 2 days to several weeks, depending on the size of the project and advanced booking. Two (2) revisions included.