Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Karyn Patridge

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Skilled and versatile lyricist/songwriter/topline vocalist to help you with your musical endeavors!

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DJ for live events with custom playlists to match any audience. Intermediate post production for short films. Beginner level music post production and lyric writing.

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My name is Zachary Barazowski and I have been working in the industry since 2008 learning about audio engineer more and more everyday! Love working with new people, Love helping you get to where you need to be in the music world with your songs/EPs/Albums! Love what I do!

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Professional music producer/mix engineer based in Melbourne, Australia. Credits include Discovery Channel, National Australia Bank, artists such as Cat Dangerfield, Freya dV and daily mixing/mastering/producing for local Melbourne clients.

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self employed beat maker and producer out of Boston Ma, i have been working in music for roughly 15 years, specializing in sample based hip hop, jazzy hip hop, and boom bap styles

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I have been writing and playing shows for the best part of 10 years, released 4 records and am currently working on my 5th. My writing has brought me to Nashville and my touring life has brought me all around the world. My writing process doesn't stay within one genre but expands to whatever is needed for the session or the artist.

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Versatile, virtuoso harmonica blowing.Sounds ranging from classic Charlie McCoy Nashville to Bluegrass, Cajun, Appalachian String Band, Memphis Jug Band to Sonny Terry style Country Blues.

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The secret of a great sound engineer is being able to hear a raw tape, then in your mind, hear what it could sound like, and know what knobs to move to make it sound that way.

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