Engineer & Music Producer for a decade now. Some names I worked with are "Banks"," Welshly Arms" and "Gramatik" I like raising the bar no matter who you are and get you the most out of your sound! I am passionate about working with new talented artists. So let me hear what you got!
Producing, mixing & mastering are the big three I do and love.
I can compose anything from pop, electronic music and hip-hop. I play the piano and the guitar since I was 12.
Apart from the musicianship I graduated as an audio producer at famous "Deutsche Pop" Academy and know all the technical stuff a great mixing engineer knows. In general, I can make you a song from start to finish.
You can check out my Instagram: "Silv3rfoxmusic" to get a better impression of my work.
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Interview with Silv3rfox
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I mostly do the producers work. From recording to editing, mixing and the final mastering. I suggest recording somewhere where you get clean records from your voice or instrument. This makes the process a lot easier.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I admire artists like Bonobo, Stephan Bodzin and all kinds of electronic artists that have the right balance between human and technological music making. There are also artists like Tame Impala that hit my nerve with great use of fx and musicianship.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I am a simple guy. Beside my Urei La2 and Lexicon mx200, I use mostly plug-ins like the slate digital all bundle and the waves bundle. My interface is a UAD Apollo Twin running in a iMac Pro with Yamaha HS8. Daw's that I use are Ableton X, Logic Pro X and Pro Tools. I just got a new Neumann Tlm 102 which sounds amazing!
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Everything that it needs to sound great
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I would say balance a mixdown with eyes closed
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Electronic Music, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: The first step is always hardest. I sit down to just to listen to the raw recorded tracks and imagine in my head what are the key elements in the song and what is supposed to shine through the mix. On the other hand, you have the view of the musician on how it should sound plus the listener (consumer). So you gotta have a good balance between these factors to hit the nerve of each party. Without touching the sound in itself the general mood and feeling are felt in the raw mix. Done with the first step I go through all the single tracks to hear what is needed in the sound itself. I work on volume automation and panorama to get the song alive without touching any dynamics. The best sound engineers set themselves apart from others because they put a lot of work in detail, preparation and automation. As soon as I have the right impression on how the song evolves I go into the dynamics to get key elements put right into place. Now comes the interesting part where you can define your style of mixing, using creative Plug-ins, distortion, modulation and saturation to give the arrangement a specific character. Last but not least I make use of Delay and Reverb. It is very important to know at what point you mix your vocals because this changes the whole impression depending on what kind of mixing is needed for the specific genre. After the creative and technical use of Fx, you want to spend more time again on finetuning and grinding your tracks to the point where they perfectly blend together. Automation of every parameter used right is key to a really nice production here. At the very end, i just getting the levels right for the master