Production - Let's Get You Sounding Like You

I’ll be honest, I have no set process in how I mix a track.  I have no formula.  Every project is different and should reflect those differences.  And that is the best part of the job; taking the vision you have and bringing it to life.  Regardless of your genre, I will work with you to get the best takes, dial in the best tones, and get the best performances possible, something I feel is lacking a bit in today’s releases.  Let’s get you sounding like you!

Selections From My Discography

I worked with these artists below as a producer, and was responsible for mixing, mastering and engineering the recording sessions for these songs.  All the songs were done in either Logic Pro or Pro Tools.  The songs contain both real instruments, captured via miking them or with a DI and processed in post, as well as software instruments inputed with MIDI.  

Post Production Audio Work

These are various comparisons of audio I was sent to work on vs. the final product that was handed off to the client.  The first is an educational cartoon by Talewise called "Unicorn: Break the Cage," which I mastered.  Next is another Talewise production called "Earth Day: Revenge of the Toxic Robot."  I was specifically asked to clean up one of the voice actor's audio, as improper microphone technique was used.  The third clip is audio clean up of a scripture reading for an online church service, where I also edited the film footage.

Studio Gear


  • Logic Pro 
  • Pro Tools
  • Reaper


  • Apollo Twin Duo 
  • Focusrite Scarlett Octopre 
  • Avid Eleven Rack 


  • Audio Technica AT4040 
  • Audio Technica AT 2035 (x3) 
  • Shure SM57 (x3) 
  • Shure SM58 
  • Shure SM7B 
  • Seinnheiser MD 421 




    • Bugera 1990 Head  
    • Orange Rocker 15 Head
    • Peavey Valveking “Modded” combo  
    • Marshall 1960a Cab  
    • Mesa Boogie 2x12 cab  

    Plug Ins:  

    • Waves  
    • Universal Audio  
    • Bias Amp 2  
    • Audio Assault 
    • Isotope
    • Melodyne