Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Parallel Worlds - Full Production
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Award winning Mixing and Mastering Engineer based in High Wycombe, UK. With 10 years experience of mixing, awarded by Focusrite for Best Production of 2017
Bradley "Hugh" Denniston is a highly credited music producer, composer, and engineer. Bradley has had a diverse career spanning album mixes for G-Eazy and Marty Grimes, to music engineering and production credits on the Oscar and Golden Globe nominated movie, "The Lego Movie."
"great professional, great person, a pleasant surprise! He brought out the best from my music and did it in a short time. I recommend him!"
"Andrew did an amazing job with my tracks. He helped me through the entire process, arranging, recording, mixing, mastering, and was excellent at each part. He is very knowledgeable and has great artistic talent and ..."
"Thank you Denis.The tracks sound excellent.Looking forward to work on more projects."
"After Eric I won't look for another engineer. His mixes are beautiful and flawless. Not only are his skills exceptional but he is professional, polite, and prompt. Eric is also very willing to offer suggestions and..."
"A great musician!! %100 recommended!! :D"
"Reliable and "all in time making" person. Strongly recommend - Mix Master Mike."
"Alex Mixed & Mastered my debut E.P throughout the month of June. He was a pleasure to work with. Even when explaining my notes with sudo muso terms, you know 'a little more crunch here' type of thing, he understood. W..."
"Great guy, a lot of drive, willing to get the job done."
"My project was relatively large and boasted over an hour of music. I set a reasonable budget and received well over 30 proposals from some of the best mixing engineers Sound Better has to offer. I reviewed a lot of wo..."
"Leo works hard and he's patient. He never leaves you wondering what's going on with your project. He did a great job of interpreting what I, the artist, wanted in order to fulfill my vision for the sound of my song...."