Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Will Genero - Everywhere I Go ft. K00l John

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Overall Creative specializing in Music Production, Song Writing & Event Mixes (ie; Cheer/Dance Competitions).

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I'm a keyboard musician who offers editing, mixing, and mastering at reasonable prices. I've collaborated with several top SoundBetter vocalists, most recently Tammy Berman, Aika Zabala, Mariana Gouveia, and Jessica Jolia. I specialize in mixing Pop, Rock, R&B, Jazz, & Adult Contemporary genres.

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Touring live sound engineer with 30 years of experience in venues ranging from bars to stadiums.

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I am a freelance musician with 15 years of experience in Songwriting, Track Production, Mixing, Audio Editing and Sound Design. I worked as the VP of production at a large sample library company for many years while also doing music production jobs on the side. I now am 100% freelance and available for any number of music production jobs.

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I graduated from The Recording Conservatory Of Austin with a certificate in audio engineering.

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My name is Anthony Saunders and I am a Singer/Songwriter, Producer, Vocalist from Overland Park, KS. I specialize in all genres of music and would love to work with you on your next project! I have credits with Justin Bieber, Tamar Braxton, Brandy and Ray J, Joe as well as Written/Produced/Arranged for Janet Jackson, Mario and many others.

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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. "

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

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Live recording for music and spoken word events in and around Boulder County, Colorado.

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