Mixed by Dale Penner

3 Reviews
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Producer/Mix Engineer. Mix where the song comes first. I have helped some great artists get from the basement onto the charts. My studio uses a great combo of analogue & digital mixing equipment. I have Gold and Platinum Awards with Roadrunner Records, Universal Music, EMI, Juno award winning projects and Western Canada Producer Of The Year Awards.

I route the outputs of 16 channels of Protools HD convertors into a NEVE analogue summing mixer. Patchable outboard analogue compression and effects are used in conjunction with digital plug-ins. My mixes are wide and have the depth you get from analogue summing. The vocals pop! I use the latest drum replacement software to provide the extra punch.
I look forward to hearing from you and to bringing your performances and recordings to a new level with a great mix.

Would love to hear from you. Click the contact button above to get in touch.

3 Reviews

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  1. Review by nelson
    by nelson

    Dale finds the "sounds" the projects need.
    (they are of "top quality" and "in depth")
    My final mix came out,,,perfect!!

    10 thumbs up!!!!

  2. Review by Johnny Sinclair
    by Johnny Sinclair

    Dale worked on three of our albums released as Universal Honey. Have spent a lot of time working with Dale and have always been pleased with the results. Most recently he mixed our upcoming debut as Tucker Lane. Would we work with Dale again? YES.

  3. Review by Greg Dwornick
    by Greg Dwornick

    Dale is awesome and a pleasure to work with.


Terms Of Service

I can usually offer a quick turn around time. Please contact me to discuss how you want your project to sound and how we can get you the best rate. dale@paradise-alley.com

Gear Highlights
  • MAC Pro
  • 24 channels Protools HD convertors
  • Neve Mixer
  • API
  • DBX
  • Summit and other analogue gear. Too many plug-ins to list. Industry standard Yamaha ns-10 monitors.
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  • Aside BesideNov 12, 2014

    In conversation with Dale Penner