Alicante Recording Studios, Mixing & Mastering Engineers

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Guitar player,arranger and composer I really can't wait to hear what you got! I like almost everything which is acoustic, but I really enjoy electric as well. Ready to track your guitars from strumming to fingerstyle, from clean comping to lead solo! I can also compose your song if you need one, from chord progressions to top melodies.

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Hi, I'm Marcel, I'm a guitar player, producer and arranger. I love what I do and I love working with people, working together with someone else always takes me places I couldn't get to on my own.

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Hello! My name is Brandon Ashford and I currently work out of Backroom Studios located in Rockaway New Jersey. My goal is to help your music reach its full potential and come to life, with the help of some amazing sounding outboard gear and plugins!

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Simon Reid is a songwriter, producer, mixing/mastering engineer and session musician based in Nashville, TN. He has over 17 years experience, and can help take your music to the next level.

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Music producer who makes of music of all genres.

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Music Producer & Sound Engineer from Spain. More than 15 years making electronic music of all kind of Styles.

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My name is Raul Palazon, spanish musician and music producer. After I've been working in the music business for more than 10 years, now I write and produce my own tracks in my studio. My catalogue is ready to be placed in all kind of audiovisual projects.

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I try do it as good as I know. Firstly, always listen the music before recording. Music must be listened, it's an emocional energy. From there, we can work. Trust your ears: if it sounds good, that's fine. No rules. If you have to use +17 dB to get the sound you want, go ahead. The important thing is how it sounds, not what you did to achieve it. "

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