Female engineer from Colorado specializing in alternative gospel, pop and electro pop. Professionally trained at Aims with technical training in Audio Production (Aims --- Institute of Media Arts)
Kaitilyn has been professionally trained in her selected trade of Audio Production at Aims Community College. She holds three certifications in Audio Production from the institution and now works there training students in her craft. A day in her life includes setting up studio space for student recording sessions, helping students get the most out of their studio sessions and editing sessions, mastering student projects and working on professional audio projects for the school, community and surrounding radio stations.
After graduating, Kaitilyn went on to produce live and studio content for Townsquare Media, Aims Community College and Redeemer Lutheran Church. She also began working for the Decibel Garden - One of the biggest recording studios in Denver, Colorado.
Kaitilyn has worked on projects with artists such as DELW, Smallpools, and Wolfgang. Her most recent credit to be released was an EP by electro pop artist DELW of Wyoming.
She is also a technically trained vocalist and instrumentalist and has been performing since the age of 5. Kaitilyn has been a member of many advanced choirs and bands since her childhood, so you can be sure that she will have your best musical interests in mind. She will help you navigate the ins and outs of your production and make sure that only the best comes back to you.
Services include editing, mixing, mastering and more.
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Interview with Kaitilyn Furister
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I love bringing my clients projects to life and seeing the smile on their face when they hear their final cut for the first time. It’s a really special job, and I feel quite honored that I am usually one of the first people to hear these songs and recreate them for people to listen to for years.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Make sure you find someone who is interested in you, not just your work. If you can build a good relationship and foundation with them, you will be much more comfortable being vulnerable with your music and creative flows.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Balanced but heavy. I like to make sure that every instrument can be heard, but drums and bass are pretty heavy in my tracks.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Alternative, Christian and Electro Pop.