Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Falling in Reverse

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My name is Shaun Ezrol. I studied Music Production & Engineering along with guitar at Berklee College of Music. I then spent two years as an assistant engineer to Howard Benson, followed by two years at NRG Recording and as mix assistant to Jay Baumgardner. I am a producer/engineer/mixer with a strong focus on working with bands and songwriters.

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I am a freelance audio engineer who specializes in front of house mixing for live entertainment. I have been professionally touring the United States, Canada, and Europe for the past 7 years. I've mixed hundreds of shows from 100 person bars to 10,000+ festivals.

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I work with: Cubase or Pro Tools I used: Waves, Native Instruments, Kontakt, Toontrack, JST. Etc. My Tools: Ibanez RGA72TQMZ, PRS SE Paul Allender, Amp Laney LV 200, Boss GT 10

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Hi! My name is Dave, I’m a pro audio engineer from Australia living in Philadelphia. I love to mix.

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Swedish Sound Studio is a high end music facility. Here, owner and mixing engineer Ken Berglund, works with mixing and production in Studio A. We also do recording, music production, editing.

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My Passion for your Satisfaction

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I was born in holland, however, I moved to England shortly after. This is where I developed my love for music production. I've been producing music for 5 years now and have just finished university at the Academy of Contemporary Music where I completed a music production degree.

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Serious Artists Still Make Their Best Music With Producers

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Aural Physician

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Creative perfectionist who stands out with his meticulous production choices.

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