Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Taiga Studios

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I'm Oscar Rangel, I have been exposed to classical music since I can remember and I have 15 years of formal musical training.

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The PenHouse: a unit of innovative, millennial creators who specialize in the art of supreme sonics & quality that lasts a lifetime. It is comprised of 4 music specialists; Cardell McManus, Travis Bruce, Jeremy McCarter & Rafael Ishman. A working relationship with The PenHouse will provide you with quality music & an experience worthy of repeating

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Sound engineer and guitar player with experience in many areas sound. Graduate of Music Technology and Audio Systems Design(Hons) at the University of Derby, England and I've a good knowledge of acoustics, sound design, music recording and wildlife sound recording.

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I have been recording, mixing, and mastering my own demos for three years. I have written songs, programmed keyboard, bass, and drum parts for twenty years.

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Played on multiple Grammy award winning albums including Delbert McClinton's "Cost of Living" and "Nothing Personal". I've had the pleasure of working with some of the best producers in the business including Scott Hendricks, Gary Nicholson, Ray Kennedy, Don Was and many more. I'd love to work with you!

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I am a professional audio engineer and music producer. I have worked in many sessions with many known artists today.

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Kevin Rockhill is a New Jersey based musician with over 15 years of experience in composing for television and producing for various artists. In addition to compiling over 1000 tracks on more than 100 TV shows across 20 networks, he has also produced 5 Billboard top fives during his career.

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Did you know 24% of the songs will be skipped during the first five seconds of playback? And that figure goes up to 35% in the first 30 seconds. Why? Because today, we (you, me, everyone) have a lot of choices, and thus decide quickly if a song delivers the emotions we are looking for.

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Commercial Music Production - Specializing in Recording, Mixing, Mastering & Production.

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