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My name is Tanner Stauffacher. I am an Audio engineer and Producer at Full Assault Studios. I have been a musician and music connoisseur for over 15 years. 10 of those years I spent learning the trade of Music Production and Audio Engineering. I am versed in many genres, and as a performer myself I know we can collaborate and achieve the sauce you are looking for!
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Finding Tanner at Full Assault Studios was the best thing that's happened to my music career. He's able to achieve whatever sound I'm looking for while giving it his professional touch, taking it beyond what I could have even imagined. Tanner provides a safe space for creativity and perfectly balances feedback and hyping up my confidence. He prioritizes what I need as an artist over everything, which is not easy to find. Aside from that, Tanner is the kind of human you want in your corner - kind, humble, and generous to the bone. Full Assault Studios is where you want to be!
I’ve known many musicians and behind the scene workers in the industry for quite sometime, but none have matched the quality and professionalism of Tanner at Full Assault Studios. The process he’s built is one that breeds quality at a rate that makes time fly by, but not rushed. On top of the highest quality of recording, mixing and mastering processes he brings a Swiss Army knife set of skills to help assist in writers block or push you to the next level with not just the tracks but the skills it takes to grow as a musician. Forever thankful for getting to work with Tanner, highly recommend.
I’ve worked with Tanner on several projects now. I come to him with a basic framework for a song and he always picks up on the direction I’m headed. He’s a talented audio engineer and also a very talented musician. Someone like him is hard to find in Omaha and is very much valued by their band I’m in.
Tanner was a literal wizard helping with the mix and master of my band Waking The Neighbors’ latest single. Even during the height of pandemic, he rose to the occasion and was very resourceful and we still were able to release our single on time. He also helped us with distribution so all the work was done for us. Work with this dude on your upcoming project. You won’t regret it!
Interview with Full Assault Studios
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am currently working on the second album for a group out of Nebraska called Feel Good. The last album they released in 2021 recently received a nomination for Album of the Year from Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I usually work on Indie/Alternative, Rock, Metal, and Rap.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both honestly. I never limit myself to one thing. Whatever complements the song is what I will use or reach for.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Depending on the project I usually start with a Free Consultation. Music is Personal I would not be doing my job right if I don't understand the emotion and meaning behind the song. After the consultation I spend time listening and planning the sound we talked about. After that I will execute the mix and master. I do revisions to help you achieve the best sound possible.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I commonly Mix and Master song for Clients all around the world. I also Produce Music in various Genres.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise to mix and master your song as if it were my own. I will be honest and constructive to get you were you want to be as well as support and promote your music. I will consult you and actively work to deliver you the sound you are looking for!
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I love being part of an industry of artists. Music is a passion so I never work a day in my life.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't be afraid to experiment and take your time on tracking. Leave enough headroom for the mix and most of all relax and have fun.