Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Pigeons & Planes

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Grammy nominated producer and mix engineer with 15+ years of experience from major- and independent hiphop labels and artists.

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Hailing from Bronx NYC. Danny began his introduction into the music industry at the age of 19, signing to Universal Records (AM Octone Records) with his band Paper Tongues. Daniel has worked with producers such as Brian West, Mark Endert, and Randy Jackson. Today Daniel is producing music for artist locally in the Kansas City & surrounding areas.

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Providing the Professional Tools, Environment, and Expertise to Help You Create, Write, Arrange, Produce, and Record Your Original Music

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As a musician and self taught music producer, I have been making way through music scene consuming the love for music and the knowledge to bring it to life. I've had 16 years as a musician and 12 years in recording arts. I've worked with local bands on producing their music, as well as my own bands. Music is my divine gift. I am music.

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After 25 years in the industry, Bespoke Music is one of the UK’s established jingle and music imaging houses, composing jingles and production music for many of the radio industry’s major players, including BBC, Bauer Media, BMG Publishing, Global Radio, UKRD and many more.

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We record, mix and master many genres of music. Our creative and talented staff write, record and produce music that spans genres and has been featured nationally on record labels and in TV and film.

Recording, mixing engineer - Raúl Navarro
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I try do it as good as I know. Firstly, always listen the music before recording. Music must be listened, it's an emocional energy. From there, we can work. Trust your ears: if it sounds good, that's fine. No rules. If you have to use +17 dB to get the sound you want, go ahead. The important thing is how it sounds, not what you did to achieve it. "

Music Producer & Engineer - Sean Unland

I compose and produce in the hip hop, soul, jazz, and house genre. If you’d like old school sounding mixes and beats with new age quality let’s connect. I’ve produced hip-hop albums and singles, freelanced with HBO, and have composed countless instrumentals.

Music Producer  - Harbeats
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I will produce, mix, and master top quality beats for any talented artists to put lyrics over and form into a work of musical art!

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