Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Kandinsky Opera

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Genre is a dirty word

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Grammy nominated Saxophonist. Playing all saxophones and fluent in many different styles of music such as Funk, Jazz, Pop-Rock, world music, R&B... I have a great interest in exploring different styles of music and I offer my talent and musicality to make your track shine and give it that special magical touch to make it stand out.

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N&S productions is a full-to-go-studio in Milan. We write songs, play and record them with a full wide variety of PRO musicians, mix then ( digital / analog ) and master them. We have all sort of service you may need, from the start to the end, including Radio, video makers, photographers and press. We're a Label, too. Work w/ Sony & Universal.

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Have been signed to various labels and have released my music. Some of them were released by myself and some by labels. I'm still pursuing.

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Hi, need a song? Contact me!

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Im an up & coming music artist hungry on my grind. From NewYork to Baltimore. I can rap, sing, dance, act & I write my own music.

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So, I am one of those with perfect pitch.

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From our previous published posts about resume writing, we have been discussing how to write the best resume that you can ever produce. What if we take a look at the worse side of the equation so you can also take a look at how to write a bad resume?

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Paxkal Etxepare began in 2003 . Listen to his work in order to assess its quality of his work !!

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