Dan Rose is a mix/mastering engineer, located in Detroit, MI. I employ the use of careful processing that adds color, warmth, punch and presence to a project. I utilize both digital and analog processing during the mix and use the same techniques when I master projects. I enjoy mixing music and helping musicians mold the art they have created.
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10 Reviews - 3 Repeat ClientsEndorse Dan Rose Project Studios
Dan did a great job on the mix. He was very easy to work with and communicated well. The track was very warm, even and natural sounding. Overall I was very impressed. I will be working with Dan again in the future!
It was a great experience to work Dan Rose Project Studios. He's very patience and willing accommodate.
A pleasure to work with. Fast and efficient. Top quality work without any hitches. I'm extremely impressed and will undoubtedly be a repeat customer.
I really enjoyed working with DAN ROSE STUDIO. Very attentive and help me a lot. Very much. Excellent experience of producing with DAN. Brilhant. Possible in the future look to work with him again. If it is possible. Many thanks to Dan and the site SoundBetter by oportunity. Cheers! Thanks DAN. Really Thanks! Great!
Second project with Dan Rose Studios - another great job! Would certainly recommend.
Dan possesses hard work ethic, dedication, patience, and put together a product that was challenging. I'm very grateful and definitely recommend him.
Dan did a great job! Fast, reliable, and turned out a track I'm really proud of. Highly recommended.
Dan did a stellar job. actually did more than i had expected him to. awesome.
Was very easy to work with and had great ideas. I would highly recommend using Dan Rose!
Interview with Dan Rose Project Studios
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I typically perform mixing and mastering for clients. I also have the ability to perform and record live drums, guitar and bass.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: One tip I took from Michael Brauer and Andrew Scheps, is the use of parallel and buss compression. With buss compression, I use the insert only for color, with little to no compression. I do compress my vocals and bass guitar individually, but with drums parallel compression. I send the kick, snare and toms to a slow attack/fast release comp to get the punch. I send my overheads and room to another comp with a faster attack and longer release. I crush both compressors and send both the dry and compressed tracks to a buss. I very gently mix the two together to get a wonderful open drum sound.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Listen to their samples on a quality system. I would hate for someone to judge my material through laptop speakers.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Are you happy with your mix that is being sent to me. Having the best recording will only make the mixing process worth your money.