Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with alcatraz

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Brian Leshon is an award-winning (multi-gold) Southern California, Producer/Mixing and Recording Engineer. He was Chief Recording Engineer at Cherokee and Chateau Recorders (famous hit-making studios) and was on staff at A&M Records Studios and other top recording studios in Los Angeles. He worked with Devo, Jeff Beck, Kansas, and Rod Stewart.

Photo of Daniel Lienau

I'm a professional graduated sound engineer. i'm not a world's famous producer with an oversized studio, but i have my gear and i know how to make good sound with it. for big band recordings i use my contacts to get a appropriate studio, but for the most use my studio is perfect.

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Photo of Antoine Martel

My name is Antoine Martel and I am a producer/session guitarist based out of Montreal QC. I studied composition at McGill University and have spent the last 4 years creating and producing music original music. I've also lent my talents to numerous other projects, and I'm always looking to collaborate.

Photo of Flocky Productions

I am a heavily ambitious freelance audio engineer who loves to contribute to rising artists and being an asset to virtually any audio project.

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Session musician and arranger, alumni of Berklee School of music, 20+ years experienced in recording and performing live in Brazil and North America.

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Hello, I am a graduate in Audio Engineering from SAE Institute, Berlin and been working as a recording and mixing engineer in both studio and live setups. I also have producing experience with my own ensemble band and I am working on releasing EP of another band mid-2017. I am a musician myself and have a keen ear to details and arrangements.

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Projects done at your house or your friends house are great. You've save some money and taken time to get every note correct. Now, does the base pan to the left or right? Should the snare have a reverse verb? And is the third note on the fifth harmony correct? This is what a professional mix engineer deals with everyday. I have these answers.

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I'm a creative session guitarist, also music producer. 20+ years of experience.

Photo of yaniv nachmani
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composer as well a young producer i play violin and guitars , acoustic and classic ,lead and back vocals. i dont have a lot of project public yet just my passion to create is all i need. i have a lot of melody that i can share and good riffs for decoration.

Photo of Hesy Sustain

Not only do I base in Afro Pop , But I Trap Also.

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