Your music is valuable and I'll do my best to achieve the best artistic representation of your work, giving it the professional sound and quality, you're looking for.
I've worked with big artists in Mexico (Including Latin Grammy Nominees) as well as independent musicians in the U.S. I learned the craft as a chief engineer in El Cielo Recording Studios (http://www.elcielorec.com/studio/). Where I learned from award winning engineers like Alan Saucedo Tapia (Natalia Lafourcade, Lila Downs). After working in El Cielo, I moved to Los Angeles where I continued my career as a producer and artist.
I'm also the front man of the L.A based band Hard Youth, working as a songwriter and engineer.
Tell me about your project and I'll give my best to help you achieve the sound your looking for!
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
2 ReviewsEndorse Daniel Maytz
Daniel has worked as a producer in two records of my projects and his work is flawless; he knows what he’s doing. He really listened to what we had in mind and helped us reach the best path.
Creative, professional, hard worker, disciplined, patient, brilliant are just some adjetives to describe Daniel. An honor to have worked with him.
Very profesional. His big tracks and mixes give a totally different approach to music in this days. I had the opportunity to work with him and also he produced and mixed one of my projects. Very warm, bombastic, and powerful.
Interview with Daniel Maytz
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: The first thing that I frequently ask about a new project is about the vision and artistic goal the artist wants to achieve.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Being able to know and work with great musicians. I love making music and being surrounded by creative people.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: My promise to my clients is that I'll always do my best to make their music better, not just with sound quality but in every way I can. Artistic context and sub context is very important to me, and I think production its great tool to achieve a better and deep meaning to music.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both, there's no better way to make good recordings without the help of both domains. Personally I like to record with a nice AD/DA converter like Burl Audio, Prism, which I have previously used. But I like to use little analog signal processing in the chain to give the digital path some good flavor.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: A Love Electric (M.A.P Live Sessions) - MIXING Fat Mojo (Live From Jazzatlan) - EDITING, MIXING, ADDITIONAL TRACKING Fat Mojo (La Fuerza y La Calma EP) -PRODUCTION, MIXING
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Hard Youth is a very special project for me not only because I'm the main songwriter and front man of the band, but also because I had the chance to record, edit and mix 15 tracks that will be released in form of singles and EP's, this year. "Frequency" is the first single released.