Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Equilibrium

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Pro level Mixing & Mastering Engineer from Gothenburg, Sweden.

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I just completed my Master Certificate in Production and Songwriting at Berklee Online. Now, ready to start collaborating on new projects.

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Pro level Mixing & Mastering Engineer from Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Joël Dollié is a multi genre mixing and mastering engineer who specializes in cinematic, orchestral and classical music. He works with Trailer/Production music artists as well as orchestras. He mixed and mastered Mozart Symphony 40 and 41 by the Danube Symphony Orchestra in Hungary, conducted and produced by Gavin Fraser.

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Sound Producer, Mixing Engineer, Composer, Songwriter, Sound Designer

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I have been an audio engineer/producer for 22 years, specializing in Hip Hop & Rnb, but well versed in all genres.

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The Technical is easy...the creative is where I help you shine

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I like to record and play bass that sounds like bass. Always taking a supportive roll to the song, and focusing on nailing the right tone. I've been based in LA for a little over 10 years and have been fortunate enough to tour and record and learn from the incredibly rich music community here.

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