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the mixing process can make or break your recordings

I specialize in top-level mixing. A lot of people love recording, producing, and all of the creative parts of the recording. But they struggle when it comes time to mix. I step into that role and mix your project to sonic perfection so that your hard work sounds the best that it possibly can. When I'm finished your songs will have the punch, clarity, and depth necessary to live amongst today's best music.


I've mixed many different styles of music. Genres ranging from Rock, Punk, and Metal, to Hip Hop, Pop, Country, and Folk. My favorite music to mix is definitely in the heavier rock categories.


I have the ability to take songs recorded in any studio and turn them into enormous, slick, polished, exciting mixes that will leap out of your speakers. My mixes have a very in your face type of sound that lends itself well to all of the genres I've worked on.


Hiring a great mixer is one of the best investments you can make for your music.


You want your music to be heard and appreciated by current and future fans. Once you release the songs, there is no going back. The last thing you want is to be disappointed with the sound of the songs you slaved over in the studio. You've recorded songs you're proud of. You have a vision for how you want them to sound. Now it's time to put that job in the hands of someone who can make your vision a reality.


More artists than ever are recording their music at home or in their rehearsal studio. I've built a business turning DIY recordings into professional-quality mixes.


I stay in touch with current trends in music so I can deliver my clients a product that will stand out among today's top music.



mastering ensures your music is ready for the world

Mastering is the final step in the audio post-production process.  


Mastering is like photo retouching for the final mix of a song. It serves to balance sonic elements of the final stereo output of a mix. Similar to how a photo editor balances the contrast, color, and brightness of a photo.


 It's important to note,  mastering is no substitute for great mixing. The better your mix sounds, the better your master will sound.


A good mastering engineer will make an album feel cohesive from one song to the next. 


         Traditionally, mastering utilizes EQ, compression, limiting, and stereo enhancement tools to create your finished product. It's also the time when the final fade-ins and fade-outs for each song are created.


There are many considerations during the mastering process. But generally, mastering is unifying the sound, maintaining consistency, setting the overall loudness, embedding song and album information, and preparing your album for final distribution.


production & Recording

realize your music's full potential

During the production process, I act as a manager, overseeing the entire creative process of your recording. Think of me as a filter for your music. Selecting songs, adjusting arrangements, and coaching performances are just a few of the tasks I take on as producer.


My production process is simple. I make your music sound the best it possibly can.


If necessary, I have a vast network of great songwriters and session musicians in my repertoire.


It's an integral part of a great recording to have an experienced producer in charge so you can focus on your job and not worry about the rest. ​​​

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