Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Conchita Wurst

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I have been making music since i was six years old; toys that had sound i press the button again to make a nice melody. i always woke up and went to bed with my radio when i was young. getting older i upgraded to pencil tapping til i got MTV Music Generator 3: This is the Remix for PS2 and Xbox Music Mixer. i use FL Studio currently and open

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I'm a producer from Rochdale. I can also master, mix etc... I rap too & can write songs.

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Hi, my name is Kennedy and I am a rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer working primarily in Los Angeles, New York City, and Baltimore. I studied audio engineering at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California and graduated in 2013. Since then, I've worked on a number of projects large and small in the television and film world.

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I am a professional audio engineer and music producer with a first class B.A (hons) degree in Commercial Music (Production Pathway). I have worked across a wide variety of genres but my particular focus is vocal production within folk and country music.

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A Mix Engineer and Sound Recording Engineer by Profession, I'm also a Music Producer and Composer. I work as the Chief Engineer at AUM Studios.

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Thanks for checking out my SoundBetter profile! Over the past decade I've worked in rock, metal, and electronic music genres producing and writing everything from crushing deathcore to sparkly synthpop. My average rates are listed on here but every project may be different so please get in touch for a quote.

Photo of Thom Dewhurst

Hi all! I'm a (mostly) self-taught mixing engineer from Worcester, UK.

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Did you know 24% of the songs will be skipped during the first five seconds of playback? And that figure goes up to 35% in the first 30 seconds. Why? Because today, we (you, me, everyone) have a lot of choices, and thus decide quickly if a song delivers the emotions we are looking for.

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