Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Dwilly
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I'm a producer/mixer/songwriter based in LA. My work has gained tens of millions of streams and has topped Spotify & iTunes Charts around the world. I’ve also been fortunate to have landed placements on all major US television networks. Recently I produced/co-wrote the single "Coke & Mentos" by Salem Ilese.
Hunter LaMar (Berklee '17) has worked on events and projects with names like Terry Crews, Ludacris, and Nas, is an accomplished musician, and dedicated listener with a fierce passion for things that sound and feel good.
Hey I'm Austin :) I'm a professional producer, songwriter, and vocalist who's been working in LA for the last few years. I'm a multi-instrumentalist working with a variety of artists including R3hab, Jesse McCartney, Suriel Hess, Ruhde, Noah Davis, Not Famous, Natania, TIMMS, Hayden Summerall, and Gunnar Ghel to name a few. Let's work!
LA based singer/songwriter/producer, Finalist on Season 1 of NBC's "Songland" (artist: Kelsea Ballerini, mentor: Shane McAnally) Berklee College of Music. Former boyband member (NY5, New District). High male range similar to Adam Levine, Justin Bieber, Bazzi etc. Writer/Collaborator with PLVTINUM, Said the Sky, Matt Sato, Sean Kingston, and more.
Noctem Audio is a studio offering professional audio services that include recording, mixing, mastering, and post production for film and video games! We are also a record label that releases quality and unique electronic music.
London Mars is a songwriter/artist from Oklahoma City. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, London has been working with creatives like dwilly (Mike Posner, Ty Dolla $ign), Miranda Glory (R3hab, Tujamo, Rynx), Jack Newsome, Gingerbread (Sean Kingston, Afro Bros), and more. London has strengths in concept writing and conversational lyrics
I've been producing music since I was 12 years old, I'm 20 now and I know how to make drum patterns, melodies, chord progressions, A and B sections, builds and I know some music theory. I think my beats are good and I think I can turn it into a career. I draw inspirations from all types of music and I especially like music with changing energy.
"Thanks Robert, this was a easy and good collaboration."
"Thanks Edo! Working with you this 1st time is sure professional quality. I appreciate you for the Oomph to my tick. Im glad I can rely on your quality."
"Eric is great to work with. He is super prompt in responding to emails, and gets the work done quickly. He worked patiently with me to get the sound I wanted and until I was sastisfied with the outcome. He is a real p..."
"Great guy, a lot of drive, willing to get the job done."
"if you ask for a very professional, quick, with great ear and great quality, this guy fit for you"
"I worked with Leo once. I admit the first task I gave him wasn't a small one. Especially with my budget. He did the job wonderfully. I went back to him for my album and the man did it again. He is persistent, pat..."
"I was very fortunate to work with Andrew. We did a mixing shootout with many engineers, and his mix was one of the best among all the other mixes. He has a great sense of intuition and aesthetics, great feeling for so..."
"I've worked with several mix engineers but Sefi really stands out from the crowd and... will make your music better too!"
"Repeat client.. Did a great job once again.. "
"That’s a real chance to feel the spirit of fantastic rock sound, working with Eric. I told him to mix my song just as he liked and he did it as I’d wished. It was a kind of the next step in my vision of my own music. ..."
"Eric truly is a master at what he does. I will never use anyone else again. If you want to sound your best, look no further and hire him. He is extremely professional, talented, and incredibly easy to work with. H..."
"Alex Mixed & Mastered my debut E.P throughout the month of June. He was a pleasure to work with. Even when explaining my notes with sudo muso terms, you know 'a little more crunch here' type of thing, he understood. W..."