Recording and Mixing
If you need a recording or mixing engineer, I collaborate with many recording studios all over the world, so no matter what, we'll always find the best studio for your project's needs.
We can go anywhere from small production studios with the best quality/price ratio to world-class facilities like PKO in Madrid, YellowBox in Singapore, or East-West in LA, to name just a few.
I also love discovering new studios, so don't hesitate to contact me if you already have a studio in mind you'd like to go to.
In case your tracks have already been recorded, I have a full Online Mixing service that might be exactly what you need.
I believe the most important studio work is done before entering the studio, so when producing an album or song, we'll spend all the time necessary in the pre-production stage, finding and defining the work's intention and direction, tempos, keys, arrangements, instrumentation, sonic textures, etc.
Great records are magical moments captured forever, and I've consistently found that the more work that is done before entering the studio, the more creative and magical moments tend to happen while recording.
Once the songs are studio-ready, we'll discuss the best recording studio(s) for the project (both sound and budget-wise), and I'll direct and organize the recording and mixing sessions (mic techniques, recording methods, gear, etc.), proposing professional musicians and arrangers if necessary, instruments and backline, etc. to make sure we get the sound we're after.
In my opinion, the role of a music producer is elevating each song, record, and artist to their full potential. When producing any work, I fully commit to this.
Regarding the last step of the process, I sometimes do the mastering, but I usually work with specialized mastering engineers.
Depending on the sound we're after, we may work with Sterling Sound (New York), Abbey Road (London), or Mike Couzzi Mastering (Miami). Managing the mastering process with the selected engineer and studio is included in all my productions.
In the past, I've had the privilege and pleasure of working with engineers such as Ted Jensen (Coldplay, Muse, Pat Metheny), Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, Metallica, Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Mike Couzzi (Santana, Christina Aguilera, Gloria Estefan), Greg Galbi (Bruce Springsteen, Lenny Kravitz, John Lennon), or Justin Shturtz (Paramore, Slipknot, Ray Charles), in many of the records I've been involved with.