Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with The Jayhawks

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I have recorded & mixed for many great artists like Steve Earl, The FIxx, Robert Cray & Florence & The Machine live at KFOG in San Francisco, jam band greats the Samples as well as up & coming heavy rock bands Tiger Touch & Cordova. I love mixing & put my all into it. Send me your tracks & I'll put that same energy, passion & focus into your music!

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Based in Rochester NY, we mainly specialized in recording live music on location. Whether it is a jazz quartet or a big band, we got the gear and the experience required to capture your music.

Photo of Nate "Dynasty Beats" Hill

Come work with a passionate engineer who cares about your vision. With over 200 happy clients around the world we would love to have you as another!

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I can write in English & in French being that I have a truly international background we can put together records with a global appeal together across all the genres I am familiar with. Also I work fast. Really fast.

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Hey! My name is Mark Catalano. I live in Los Angeles. Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. I've been writing, recording, and performing music for over 17 years now. Let's work together!

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Session musician, arranger and composer. Sound engineer and producer at Noiselab Recording Studio since 2007. www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmkB2eL02QQ

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Let us help you set your vibe 🎶 CREDITS: TV Show "The Game" (Songs: "Find Out" & "Your Type"), TV Show "Hit The Floor" (Song: "Hit That"), TV Show "Love & HipHop" (Song: "Blood Washing Over Me")

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Audio & Music Technology graduate also working for an industry leading audio equipment manufacturer with access to lots of lovely gear.

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My mixing philosophy is to be invisible. My priority is to help the artist achieve their vision, ignoring the need to put a personal stamp on the mix or attempt to make it my own. To that end, I am flexible in the methods I employ and will always defer to the tastes of the artist by understanding what's important to them in a mix.

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