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My goal is to serve the artist, serve the song, and serve the music. I work closely with both major and independent artists to help create amazing, emotion-filled mixes & productions. 29 years of experience, multi-platinum credits.
Steve Kolakowsky is a freelance engineer & producer based out of northern New Jersey. He is an AES fellow, a BMI songwriter & Voting Member of the Grammys (Recording Academy, Producers & Engineers Wing).
Just minutes from the GWB, The Gearbox is one of Bergen County's top recording studios for tracking, mixing and mastering. The Gearbox aims to realize your sound and artistic vision with an extensive collection of instruments and electronics as well as some of the best vintage and modern recording equipment in the business.
My motivation is to find and bring out the best in your music! I will bring energy and creativity to any project where the music is the priority. Your music will be mixed by a full time Avid certified Pro Tools HD Instructor and Audio Engineer/Music Producer with over 20yrs of pro experience, in addition to years of formal training as a musician.
My name is Robbie Artress; I'm a Nashville-based producer, engineer, and musician. I've had the opportunity to work in many of Nashville's top studios (such as RCA Studio A, House Of Blues, and Starstruck) and to learn from countless Grammy-winning producers, engineers, and artists.
Skyblynde Studio is located in the west suburbs of Chicago, IL. But what does that matter these days? We've worked with clients from coast to coast and throughout the midwest. We rock. You rock. Let's make music. From demos to fully produced masters, custom tracks, and field recording, Skyblynde Studio can meet your audio recording needs.
DRUMMING + ENGINEERING I started playing drums at a young age but never thought it would take me anywhere. After graduating from college, I moved to Houston to play drums and soon began recording drums for local artists and bands. As I spent more time in the studio, I learned my way around and learned to engineer sessions. For me, drumming and en
CDM Studios is a place people come back to because it's a place that makes people want to work. There's a vibe people like. A non-studio studio atmosphere. It's light. It's cozy, and it sounds amazing.