Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Avriel and the Sequoias

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Photo of Grant Cornish

Grant is a classically trained singer who specializes in making singers sound amazing from recording all the way to mixing. He is best known for his work with Pentatonix, Superfruit, Kevin Olusola, Avi Kaplan, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Tori Kelly, Shoshana Bean, among many others.

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Film Sound Post-production and Music Mixing

Photo of Carsten Kaiser

I am an independent composer & music producer based in Germany. My songwriting and production style adds rock edge to contemporary pop & dance music – ready for airplay. As a successful composer and producer for more than 15 years, I have released over 950 CD tracks for a wide range of publishers.

Photo of Mphatik Music

I'm a UK-base Dance music producer, DJ, remixer and mixing engineer. I specialise in electronic dance music (EDM), particularly House (Progressive, Deep, Electro and Big Room), although work regularly in other forms of House and less club-focused music. I have 15 years experience working with music and understand the needs of clients well.

Photo of Ginger Recording Studios

Ginger Recording Studios offers the finest in recording, mixing and production for all genres of music. We offer both remote online mixing services and attended recording sessions.

Photo of Charlie T


Bringing back that 90's rnb is what i specialize in with a drip of soul. Hip hop, pop, rock and gospel are alternative genre's i write, produce as well as mix and master. I can deliver industry ready material and or services to assist in your project. With plenty of experience in writing, performing, publishing and marketing. Let's make it happen!

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Producer, recording and mixing engineer. Drummer since 1988 and a passionate music lover. Every band, musician has something special that makes him different from others. I'm just trying to reinforce that special character to connect with the world of sensations and feelings.

Photo of Umut

The Ney has been played continuously for 4,500–5,000 years, making it one of the oldest musical instruments still in use. I have been playing the ney for 16 years professionally for session recordings and live performances for many local and foreign artists in various genres from pop, rock to classical music.


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