Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with The Opium Cartel

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Dude Ranch Studio is a studio geared towards album mixing and mastering, as well as session and overdub recordings. We specialize in rock, electronica and pop as well as film/TV audio.

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I will give you a professional mix and master for an affordable rate.

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Im an experienced producer looking to push the limits in order to create todays most influential music!

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Writer, composer and producer. My style is eclectic yet personal. I've published a pop-rock LP album an EDM EP and an EDM LP album.

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Professionally trained Audio Engineer studied and worked in Los Angeles and now located in Portland Oregon. Specialize in acoustic guitar and drums of all genres.

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I will mix, master, co-produce your tracks. Ready for radio play & streaming!

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I've been creating music since 2005, electronically since 2007, I've produced tracks for artists such as Hunter Reece, my music has gotten me invited to the Buffalo David Bitton & Ryan Lewis Beat Battle in New York in about 2013. I create modern pop, R&B, and future bass style tracks.

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Jarek is a graduated Sound Engineer, born in Warsaw. He made sound postproduction for a few animations, shorts (one awarded in New York), and one feature film (82 min.) which was shown in Portobello FF in London, and 39. Gdynia Film Festiwal in Poland. He is also an ambition musician, and traveler recordist of The Georgian National Choir Tbilisi.

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As a guitarist, my goal is always to play for the song. Sure, I can rip on a guitar solo and I enjoy doing it, but that isn't always what a song calls for. As a lyricist, I tend towards the morose side of the emotional spectrum and if you need something melancholy, I've probably got more than a few ideas.

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