Recording in the studio and on location…
In any city, there are many places to record. Whether here in our tracking room, or on-location in a club or an auditorium, some rooms are better for rock, while others are better suited for jazz or classical. In my view, it’s better to record in a room that’s best for the music and then mix in a room designed for accurate mixing. It’s difficult and expensive to build a tight tracking room or a real mix room with full-range monitors, but it makes a big, big difference in the final product.
That’s why I built MixRoom:RED.
So... record in a room that works for the music,
mix in a room built specifically for mixing…
Makes sense to me.
My approach to Mixing…
The technology and mixing techniques I use have evolved over the years, but my underlying approach remains the same; find the truth, the soul, the emotion and bring it out.
And... do it without leaving fingerprints on it.
In the mix since 1979…
Whether I’m mixing a band’s original music, or mixing sound for picture, my approach is still the same: what does the song want? What does the film want? How can I help your creation get to the place it wants to go?
I’ve been making audio sound its best for years. That’s important. Perhaps more important, I don’t need to change your music into my music. I’m here to help. A technical music facilitator. The cab driver who gets you to the airport on time, in one piece.
I can mix the tracks you’ve already recorded, or I can help you record from the beginning and move through to mixing. I’ve been a studio client myself and didn’t like paying by the hour, so these days, I charge a flat rate. No “ran out of budget” problems. No surprises.
It took over two years to build MixRoom:RED, I think you’ll be very happy with what the room and I will do for you and your music.