Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with No Sunday West of Newton

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Photo of Ryan Baker
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I’m a film composer and sound designer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. I love writing scores with unique sounds made from string instruments like the ronroco, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and bass. I use a combination of real and virtual instruments to create a professional sound that can meet the requirements of low and high budgets.

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Electronic Dance Music producer from India. BPM Range: 130-140

Photo of Liam Annert Thirty Mill Studio

I've been a music producer for over 8 years working on original material as music for other artists. Recently I have moved into audio engineering, working on some fantastic new projects coming out of Australia. I'm an assistant engineer to Colin Wynne at Thirty Mill Studios who has a long list of accolades including multiple ARIA awards.

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I've produced thousands of songs for movies (Klaus, Toc-Toc), advertising (Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz) and artists (John Legend, Zara Larsson, Carlos Rivera, David Bisbal) of almost any style, from Latin Urban to Symphonic Scoring.

Electric/Classical Guitar Rec - Zorislav Knezevic
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Session guitarist for RICH-MOND, an Universal Music GmbH artist.

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We record, mix and master in comfortable setting.

Singer, Songwriter, Vocalist - Moia Bri

I have a unique, compelling and versatile sound, allowing me to do many genres justice with my writing.

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Get quality, live recorded drum parts fast.

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I specialize in composing and recording guitar parts for a wide range of genres. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMKA9P7Rza54P5QSp2r6YFQ

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