- Recording / mixing engineer/ producer - working on my very first album - Metal drums programmer, arranger, growler - working on a collaborative death metal EP. - Singer/ Growler in a Metalcore Band - Beatmaker (beginner!), soundscaper and post production sound designer -
Mainly, I record, mix and edit various sets of projects (Music, post production, composition and so). I also program drums (I don't work with patterns), soundscape and arrangements. For the metalheads, my growling voice is ready to lay some gutural lyrics of yours, with pleasure.
As a student, I've come to work with Jazz, Brit rock, prog rock and metal bands. I also had dozen of live gig training sessions, the worst it is, the better you become (shitty hardware, shitty staff, but you get the job done).
Recently, I tend to work with more metal bands (live and studio), but I did some beatmaking and mixing with a rapper too, and focused on the vocal work.
Still, I love to share and improve by working on new music and approaches. So, feel free to discuss your project with me, I'm ready to take on new challenges!
Here is a pitch of my projects:
- PO, Prove It (Beatmaker, mixing engineer and vocal tracking) - french rapper I worked on a song with
- NO FATE, Always Overcome (Recording/Mixing Engineer) - french thrash metal band, .
Check out - nofatethrash.bandcamp.com
- MASSIVE SELF KILLING, Twelve visions of chaos (Recording/ Mixing Engineer) - french death metal band, working on their debut album to be released soon.
Check out - massiveselfkilling.bandcamp.com
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Interview with Anthony Walter
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: 'Keep It Simple, Stupid' approach, working hard on the simpliest and the best way to make the music live.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I'm straight ahead, no bull**** about giving advice or my feelings about a song. When the process of production is on, you have to be true with your choices and take options.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Culf of luna. They came from metal band to producer/ingineer/mixer artists, focusing on the creative process as a whole. They took options and made choices, defining their own, way of composing, sounding et being on stage as a band. There's in no more "will see it in the mix".
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Less is more, if you feel you've pushed it too far, it's probably because you did. Take a few steps back and focus on what's important.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Various genres of metal, hip-hop, dialogs and post production.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I listen. I don't talk. I make sound, propose options by showing what can ben done.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: To follow the artist process, from rehearsals (leading to pre production) to Mixing/ Mastering step.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: Simple home studio and open space, cubase 8 home station, rme fireface ufx and dynaudio Lyd 48.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Jeff Lommis, Andy Sneap, Tue Madsen, Andy Wallace, Terry Date, Colin Richardson
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Tracking, editing, mixing. More recently live gig foh.