If you want aggressive and hard hitting mixes and masters, you've come to the right place! We will transform your songs into immersive and 3-D soundscapes, while retaining presence, focus, and IMPACT. We provide competitive masters without compromising sonic integrity and our vocal production services will take your music to the next level.
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We've worked with DOUBLE PLATINUM selling ARTIST and American Idol finalist Quindon Tarver and major label giants SONY and VIRGIN Records, and hundreds of indy artists. Rest assured, your music will be in good hands!
10+ years of experience playing, mixing, mastering, and producing music allows us to understand the needs of musicians! We are music theory educated and will be able to make your songs sound exceptional. Our UNLIMITED FREE REVISIONS policy ensures you will be 100% happy with our services!
4-6 Songs: 10% off
7-9 Songs: 15% off
10+ Songs: 20% off
VOCAL PRODUCTION & EDITING EXPERT
We can generate vocal harmonies to make your choruses pop and tune vocals transparently or with a little auto tune flavor. Your songs will be flawless and sound huge with our vocal and instrument editing services!
We add special effects to smooth out transition or arrangement issues in your songs: reverse swells, vocal stutters, massive reverb hits, bass drops and booms, telephone filters - your imagination is the limit!
Profile song credits:
Co-written and Produced by Joey Sturgis
Assistant Mixing Joel Wanasek and Joe Wohlitz
Recorded at 37 Studios in Rochester, Michigan
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- JT Roach
- Quindon Tarver
- Sydnee B
- Twelve Noon
- AnnMarie Fox
- Ascendent Stranger
- Treading Paper
- Seth Patrick
- The SneaksBees
- Tyra McKinzie
- Evalina Everidge
- Professor Progressor
- Ready Steady
- Our Cadence
- Red and the Wolf
- Shielded By Shadows
- Street Urchinz
- Courageous Fellowship of Friends
- Ten Tall Trees
- The First Chairs
- These Fading Visions
- Today We Fly
- White-Lie and Righteous
- Why the Human Suit
- A Tale of Deception
13 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse Raytown Productions
Raytown is super professional and easy to work with. He took our tracks from sounding good to sounding great, and I'm sure he will do the same for you.
100% satisfied :) All requests were fulfilled. Really tremendous communication skills and attention to my requests. My song now hits really freaking hard, sounds very juicy, amped, solid. Raytown seemed to take every word of mine into account (and there were a lot of words). So, be careful what you say, those words WILL matter. I had a very unusual, 14-minute, multi-genre song (techno/metal/house) with some unique low-end challenges and lots of delicate nuances. Everything was tended to.
Working with Bobby at Raytown Productions is awesome; he is professional, efficient, and has a great ear for getting the most out of a track.
If you need your breakdowns to hit like a train, this is your man.
We couldn’t be happier with how our songs turned out and Bobby was a great help who genuinely cares about the music!
Bobby was great to work with and did a great job on my bands latest album. He put up with our request for changes very well and the end result was amazing! My band and myself are very pleased with the album! Highly recommended!
I used Raytown Productions for my last album and they did an incredible job. I had them mix, master, produce, and edit in regards to quantize timing and vocal pitch correction. I've been to local studios in the past but Raytown Productions was the first time I had a mix come out sounding like the pros. Also their production was amazing. Bobby had some really cool ideas that I never would have thought of to help make the track really pop. I would highly recommend Raytown productions
Raytown Productions has been my go-to service for the mixing and mastering of all of my music for years. Not only do the and an ear for music, but a talent for taking my music to tnext level. I highly recommend going to Raytown Productions for your music production needs!
Bobby is fantastic. He recently remixed and remastered my bands songs from 2008 and completely gave them new life. We are recording our next full length with him in January and are so stoked.
I met Bobby in 2017 when I was rerecording my hit "Everybody's Free" from the movie/soundtrack Romeo & Juliet. I needed the song mixed and mastered expediately, as I had a deadline and thanks to the homie JT Roach, I met one of the most talented, humble, genuine beings. Not only did he kill on the mix & master, but anytime... I mean ANYTIME I've needed him for anything on a project/production... he had always been there and executed with greatness. You won't go wrong with this guy. Raytown Productions is so legit!
I'm a very maticulous producer, so I'm glad I found Bobby to master my songs. He is easy to work with and will keep making changes with me on my project until I get what I want.
I'm a very maticulous producer, so I'm glad I found Bobby to master my songs. He wis easy to work with and will keep making changes with me on my project until I get what I want.
Raytown Mastered an EP for an EP I produced, and we loved what he did. They beat out 30 other mastering engineers in a master-off for it, and for good reason. Well defined master, and it elevated my mix to another level. Thanks RTP, y'all SLAYED!!!
I've worked with Bobby for years ! He is fantastic. Can't go wrong with him.
Interview with Raytown Productions
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: I have no set rules of things I do for a mix. I rarely look at meters or waveforms and mix completely by feeling. It almost always sounds better in the end this way!
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: The number one question I ask is if they have any questions! I usually provide my clients with a checklist of things and a helpful FAQ pdf to get them started so we can get to work on their project asap!
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: I truly believe gear doesn't make a record sound good - its the performance and ear of the people working on the album. And by the way, who brings gear to a deserted island?!?
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: I'm proud of all the projects I work on. I know it sounds cheesy, but I'm serious! I love meeting and working with people that are passionate about their music. It inspires me.
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: Q: Why are you so cheap? A: We've recently switched to an exclusively online mixing, mastering, and production studio and are actively networking with new musicians, bands, and producers.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Radiohead. This is out of my typical genre, but I feel I could learn so much about feeling and vibe of a song working with this talented group!
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I go out of my way to ensure 100% customer satisfaction. I'm very patient and more than willing to help assist you in any way possible to make the best final product.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: Networking with musicians, bands, and producers! I want to meet other like-minded people and see how I might be able to help them make better sounding music. Send me a message and lets chat!
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: If you need a songwriter, JT Roach is your man. He writes very catchy hooks and is a great guitar player that works in a world class studio.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: 99% digital. I'll keep it short and sweet. Digital allows me to provide fast, efficient mixing and mastering services with unlimited revisions for 10 days. Analog requires significantly more time, upkeep, calibration and recalling sessions will never sound exactly the same. Digital saves my customers time and money!
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I will make sure you leave with a song that you are proud of. I stand behind my unlimited revision policy and will work with you until the project is perfect.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Hearing new and exciting music and meeting new people.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Find someone that has a sound you like. If you want your album to sound like a particular record, then contact that engineer or producer to work on your album! Otherwise you might be disappointed.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I began by playing guitar in a hard rock band and started recording and producing out of necessity. I started recording and mixing my friends bands and it great into what it is today, 15 years later.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I specialize in modern, aggressive, beat driven music. If you want a song that will hit you like a truck, you came to the right place.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Capture a performance! That is one of the only things I can't fix in the mix.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Metal, hard rock, EDM, rap, and other beat driven genres.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring an objective viewpoint that can identify problems with arrangements, instrumentation, or balance and have solutions to fix them. I can program drums and play guitar and bass to add additional instrumentation if necessary. My mixes are known for the aggressive rhythm section - especially my drum sound in metal records.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: We discuss the musical vision for the project, you submit the multitrack or mixdown, and I send you a mix check within 10 days. If any adjustments are needed, we make those until the song is perfect.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have analog and digital gear and run out of the latest version of Cubase 9.5. My control room is acoustically treated so you can rest assured your mixes will translate!
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: For metal: Joey Sturgis, Will Putney, Adam D, Josh Schroeder
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Bands and musicians come to me for my post production work and mixing & mastering. I often assist in polishing pre-recorded songs by fixing arrangement issues and smoothing transitions, pitch correcting vocals, adding additional vocal harmonies and other instrumentation to widen the soundscape, and tightening up performances.