Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Darius Walker

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I go by Nikademo. I started making music in my Father's basement my Freshman year of High School in 2000. I rapped and made Hip-Hop beats. Today I produce, rap and engineer. I've worked with many artists. Recently I have been engineering an artist who goes by the name Knowshun and my group Known as No Problem.

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Producción integral: desde la idea hasta la materialización del sonido y el audio en formato físico actual (CD) o digital.

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Serenity West Recording is a haven for recording artists, writers and producers featuring two stunning rooms for both ends of the creative spectrum. Studio A is the ideal environment for tracking and mixing featuring; a state-of-the-art 80 channel SSL 9000J console and a full array of vintage outboard gear and microphones.

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Professional recording and mixing engineer,located in Brooklyn,NY. I strive for every recording and mix to sound as best as it possibly can. Fast turn around times and great rates!

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i add a styled bit of depth to shallow settings.

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Hi, I'm Greg & I am a multi-instrumentist, arranger & producer. I am all you need in a single human being !

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Howdy, my name is Rod Charles. For four years my team has been writing and producing professional pop demos for Universal Europe and Sony Music (two examples below). We have a team of four in-studio demo singers (details below), who provide world-class, professional standard vocals for your project. Extremely fast turnaround.

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The trick is creating masters that still have bass information on a smart phone, without making your ears bleed from bright cymbals or guitars, but also won’t sound muddy from too much bass when you listen in the car. I tend to dislike bright mixes and masters because today’s listening environment is lacking in playback systems capable of even

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