Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Matt Pond P.A.

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As a producer, my role is as a creative enabler and resonator to realize an artists musical vision. As an engineer, my studio is set up to be a comfortable creative space where ideas can flow fast and free. And as a mixer, I want to express sonically what the artist hears, and find and expose those magical moments in a mix.

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I was born and raised in the UK but have lived in the US for the last 16 years.

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Mastering is most of what I'll do, but I also mix. Almost entirely for remote clients, all over the world. My website below has more information and more examples of work.

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Passionate, experienced and skilled, with 5 years of working activity collaborating people from every part of the world.

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You Have Pored Your Hart and Soul In To Your Music! Your Mix Is Something You Should Be Proud Of.

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Geoff is an accomplished drummer being involved with music since he was a child. He continues to adjust his skills appropriately for bands and their styles.

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Artist, Musician, Producer, Composer

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12+ years training in Indian Classical (Carnatic) vocals & a budding Sound Engineer.

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Charlie Rae, an American singer-songwriter/producer has crafted a name for herself on social media, along with consistent opening acts for Pat Benetar, Heart, Sheryl Crow and Chris Isaac. Her recordings have resonated widely with audiences around the world. Proficient in vocal recording/arrangement, Charlie has mastered the art of production.

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