Mixing and Mastering

6 Reviews (3 Verified)
Peachy! on SoundBetter

I'm an RIAA-certified gold-record-holding musician and engineer from Atlanta, GA. I have strong roots in hip hop and rock, I'm very experienced with lofi/indie music, and now I'm offering my mixing and mastering services! I engineered my entire catalog, so search "Peachy!" on any DSPs to hear my style :) Let's make something awesome!

For the past few years, I've only offered private mixing and mastering services to friends, but now I'm looking for new artists to help out. I've written, recorded, mixed, and mastered songs with artists such as mxmtoon, Slchld, elijah who, Xander, and more. I specialize in the more vintage side of things - lofi, bedroom pop, shoegaze, etc. Nevertheless, I have experience working in pop, rock, and hip-hop, so if you want a more dynamic tone, that won't be a problem. I can bring warmth and coziness to your track without sounding muddy or losing the dynamics that make your track shine. I provide mixing services, mastering services, or both! I can also tune your vocals so you always hit your high notes while maintaining a natural sound (unless you specifically request otherwise). Mixing will give me more creative freedom to bring my expertise to the table, while mastering will tie it up in a pretty bow, ready to send off to all your fans. I look forward to hearing about your art and making something wonderful together!

I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.

6 Reviews - 1 Repeat Client

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  1. Review by Adrian
    by Adrian

    I can highly recommend Peachy! as an mixing/mastering engineer. He does a really good job by keeping up a reliable communication and implementing change requests precisely. 5 stars, no doubt!

  2. Review by Adrian
    by Adrian

    Quick and on point delivery! Very nice communication! Great delivery! --> Highly recommended!

  3. Review by Steffi
    by Steffi

    We started off mixing, but decided to switch over to just mastering our track which worked better for us. Thankful he agreed to do this! He is truly passionate about his work and treats your music like his own. I can appreciate that! I think his mastering process was a little different than what we have personally experienced and it did take longer than expected. I would just suggest talking with him about his process, but again, I appreciate him taking the time! Thanks friend!

  4. Review by Claire
    by Claire

    There’s been a handful of different mix engineers/producers I’ve worked with, but after working with Peachy just once, both the process and result was incomparable. I believe thats not only because he’s talented at what he does, but also communicates well with the artist. There has never been an engineer I’ve met that understands my artistic visions better than Peachy.

  5. Review by Reisha
    by Reisha

    Peachy! is a great guy to work with. He’s a flexible artist and I was so happy with the final outcome of my song. Not only that, he was also very pleasant to communicate with! I would mix with him again (:

  6. Review by elijah who
    by elijah who

    Peachy! has unique knowledge of what it takes to get a truly great mix, and has provided nothing less than for me. I completely recommend his services!

Interview with Peachy!

  1. Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?

  2. A: I recorded drums with Tuomas Rauhala in Helsinki earlier this year; he did the most incredible job and was super fun to work with. He got along well with everyone in the studio that day, and I can't wait to work with him again. I'd absolutely recommend him.

  3. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  4. A: Both. The answer is simple: whichever works best to get the job done is what you should use. I prefer my Pultec-style analog tube EQs over the official pultec plugins. I prefer one of my limiter plugins over my analog mastering limiter sometimes. Whatever gear, digital or analog, gets me the best sounding, most emotive, and fun performance from a song - that's what I use.

  5. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  6. A: I love that I get to use my technical knowledge and creative ability at the same time, all while helping fellow artists to create something they and their fans will love. Making a song can be long and overly complicated, which can be draining for an artist. I love taking that burden off the artist's shoulders because it's work I truly love doing. Any of my friends will tell you I can't shut up about engineering and how excited I am about what I'm working on!

  7. Q: How would you describe your style?

  8. A: Refreshing and comfortable. Modern pop music can be too harsh and loud, which can strain the listener's ears and lose a lot of the bass' impact. On the other hand, many older engineers steer too far in the other direction, and the song isn't as exciting or engaging as it could be. That's why I've settled on a hybrid studio setup - I can get that sweet, smooth analog sound while keeping your listeners engaged and grooving along with you.

  9. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  10. A: I run a small private music studio in Seoul called AAMU, where I do all of my mixing and mastering, as well as recording for visiting clients. I have a hybrid setup using analog and digital gear, running a lovely collection of analog gear through my UAD Apollo x16. I use Genelec "The Ones" monitors, which are handmade and tuned to my room. This lets me mix the song the way everyone will hear it, not just in my studio. I love using my tube EQs and VCA buss compressor to get that smooth analog tone everyone is aiming for.

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I was the Artist, Producer, Mixing and Mastering engineer in this production

Terms Of Service

I allow two free revisions, so long as they are reasonable. Turn around time depends on the project but can range from 5 to 20 business days. Tell me about your project for a more accurate estimate.

GenresSounds Like
  • The 1975
  • Joji
  • Jakob Ogawa
Gear Highlights
  • Rupert Neve Designs Master Buss Converter
  • Class-A analog preamps
  • passive tube equalizers
  • UREI and SSL style analog compressors
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