Enrico Tiberi

Producer, Mixer, Songwriter

89 Reviews (76 Verified)
Enrico Tiberi on SoundBetter

Italian music producer / mixing engineer based in Berlin. I take the production from start (recording, session musician, arrangement) to finish (mix, master). I work with Modern Sky China and I've produced for Sony, Universal, Warner and many indie labels. Plugin designer for Denise Audio plugins (www.denise.io)

I am a mixer, record producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist and have worked with a wide range of independent clients over the past 10 years.
I love productions that sound big / cinematic / fat / gritty... Full of character.
I often assist musicians from songwriting to the mastering phase.

I've studied with Tchad Blake (Arctic Monkeys, The Kills, Black Keys, Peter Gabriel) and from film scoring to death metal a good amount of collaborations and works have been done since 2005.

My instruments are classical and electric guitar, piano and synths, bass and singing.
I'm very skilled in editing / triggering / re-amping, and own my own studio for mixing and mastering,
but I usually prefer collaborating with other professionals to master my own mixes.

Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.

89 Reviews - 18 Repeat Clients

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  1. Review by Jesse C.

    Amazing work and great communication! I definitely want to work with Enrico again in the future! 🔥

  2. Review by Colin T.

    Excellent service both as a producer and multi instrumentalist. I found his ideas very creative and in line with what I wanted. And the execution was all I could have asked for. I will definitely work with him again.

  3. Review by Marty P.

    Another solid collaboration with Enrico. Succinct communication, quality arrangements and very responsive to suggested edits/changes.

  4. Review by Marty P.

    Enrico provided quality musicianship and production. And communication was again on point. Great to work with!

  5. Review by Marty P.

    Being new to this platform, Enrico gave me a solid indication of its value and effectiveness in taking your songs to the next level. He was very professional, killed it on the drums and was a very diligent communicator. Highly recommended!

  6. Review by Bele M.

    5 stars as always!

  7. Review by Bele M.

    Really easy to work and communicate with Enrico.
    Changes/requirements are done really quickly.

    We were surprised by the originality/ideas of the mix.

    Strongly recommend to work with Enrico.

  8. Review by Philip M.

    Enrico was great - delivered within the timeframe he proposed and to my specifications. I plan on working with him again - thanks!

  9. Review by Adam T.

    Enrico always crushes it!! Total pro

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    Enrico! Creative guy and easy to work with!

  11. Review by Ricardo P.

    Enrico is an excellent and creative artist. Makes your project have more ingenuity.

  12. Review by Lex S.
    by Lex S.

    Great work!

  13. Review by Overshare B.

    Fantastic, very musical engineer. Understood the vision, and helped improve it. Also worked very fast.

  14. Review by Ryan M.

    Pro, friendly, and a super fast turnaround!

  15. Review by Marta W.

    It was super to work with Enrico, recommend to all music lovers.

  16. Review by Marta W.

    Wonderful intuition perfect sounds, just the way I like it! :)

  17. Review by Marta W.

    This is a great producer I will work again for sure! Thanks!

  18. Review by User 2.

    Enrico is basically the ideal engineer..... He is very efficient, punctual, and technically capable... He has an ear for basically any kind of music.... He is German, need I say more?? LOL for real though, you need not look any further, he will take good care of you. Thanks bro ~~~

  19. Review by User 2.

    Enrico has become my go-to guy for my engineering needs. He's clearly a brilliant guy. He is very reliable and quick to respond. Looking forward to continuing to work with him :)

  20. Review by User 2.

    Enrico is a pleasure to work with. 10/10 no lie.

Interview with Enrico Tiberi

  1. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  2. A: A remix. For Jenni Lark, a songwriter from NYC. I love her voice, her songs, her songwriting. Her song "Rock after rock" gave me thrills as soon as I heard it and then we put a remix in her album --> https://jennilark.bandcamp.com/ Here you can listen to both versions. Cheers!

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

  4. A: Lachi is a great producer. And she is a very talented musician too! Also, my go-to when it comes to metal drumming is for sure Alessandro Vagnoni

  5. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  6. A: Both. Because there are things about both that you just can't do without. Analog is warm and big. Sometimes noisey and has no "total recall", plus cabling can get very intense if you need to do weird stuff. Digital is for every comfort you might need, plus it sounds very "analoguey" if you know where you want to go. And you don't have to stack piles of tape!

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

  8. A: Approaching to different musical personalities. Plus I love that learning from what I do and staying contemporary are required for my musical and personal development.

  9. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  10. A: Doing the magic means to show the beauty, not to apply maquillage. There is no magic doable on poorly recorded material (aside from restoring). And also, much of the magic comes from the writing process

  11. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  12. A: What their needs are for the music I'm going to work with, what are the references for the genre if there are some, what they feel about their own music.

  13. Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

  14. A: Be aware of the sound you aim for your music. That's the path for making great songs and to start a good collaboration!

  15. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  16. A: Sansamp, 1176, Roland Juno, Fender Telecaster, SM57 Oh and a steinway grand piano sorry they're 6!

  17. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  18. A: Of course: Distort everything. And learn to use side-chain. These things can do miracles to make a song sound more organic and soulful. The first thing comes from the past, when the analog consoles' preamps were driven like crazy to achieve a warm and full sound (the famous Neve sound for example). The second I've learnt from the modern electronica and fits so well also on rock and metal... but you have to be creative!

  19. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  20. A: Rock, Indie Rock, Electronica, Techno, and Pop. I love to work on everything that has a soul and get inspired from a lot of genres. I'm a classic piano player who studied classic spanish guitar also and started playing and singing in extreme metal bands and today I'm playing progressive rock and electronica, some techno and idm...

  21. Q: What's your typical work process?

  22. A: It always depends on the song I'm working at, on the genre, on the artist's energy. It may change a lot depending on the lyrics of the song, on what the song itself conveys. Some stuff I usually do on most of my work is start and build a strong rythmic section. I like it when it grooves and has consistent low-end. Some times, instead, it's just the vocals who need all of the attention first and I start to build from there, but the real rule is to feel the soul of the song.

  23. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  24. A: One very dark sounding electronic remix, a very powerful pop album of a famous national (Italian) singer, mastering an electro-dub album, co-songwriting and producing the album of an emerging independent artist, my own records.

  25. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  26. A: The songs will deliver the right vibes. They will translate consistently on all devices and fit the idea of genre but we'll always try and push a little towards "new".

  27. Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

  28. A: - How much time I will spend on mixing. If the song is not very intensely overlayed and has not a very difficult arrangement 1 day is the time to have a good mix. Plus some extra hours to fix some details. - Do you think we can have this reggae track sound like "Korn" Yes we can. That's fun. - Do you think we can ahve this metal track sound like "Korn" Yes we can. That ain't so much fun though. Most likely we'll end up preferring Korn to your metal track forever and ever, sorry :)

  29. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  30. A: Aside from me playing with tape machines and instruments at 10, it all started in 2005 with the first local indie bands. Then it expanded as I dove more into production and then studying with Tchad Blake opened my eyes. Since then so much work has been done in various studios (mine and others') in various countries (mostly UK, US, Germany, Italy).

  31. Q: How would you describe your style?

  32. A: Soulful. Fat sounding, gritty in intentions but clean and loud. I love when music sounds organic. Also on electronica.

  33. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  34. A: Bjork. Because she is SO much herself in everything that she does and writes. And that "herself" is so crazy and talented. She's not afraid of pushing the limit. Fka Twigs. Her darkness and voice drive me crazy, plus she has an un-imitable sense of groove. Tool Because god is on Earth now. Josh Eustis His Telefon Tel Aviv have litterally changed my life. Mogwai No need to explain why if you've ever listened to them!

  35. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  36. A: Mixing and Remixing is what I'm asked to do most often. Mixing can go from just "technical" to "very creative". Plus I've spent a lot of years editing and triggering Metal (because I'm a metalhead myself) so I'd say that kind of process too, even if I usually prefer not to go heavy on it.

  37. Q: What do you bring to a song?

  38. A: There are songs which just need some polish/editing and that's it. The sound is already well defined and full of character. There are songs which need to express their potential yet, and I usually start and bring out the "liveness" of the execution while trying to maintain the cleanness. I love character, when the sounds pop litterally out of the speakers. So I always try and bring heart to a song. This might happen just with mixing, or with editing out takes, or even reinforcing things by re-writing entire musical parts. I ride the faders till the sections of the song talk to each other, and the original message of the song is empowered.

  39. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  40. A: So many... Tchad Blake as for production professionals. The lowend in his stuff is amazing plus he has a distinctive character and grit to his sound that drives me crazy. I'm also a lot into Ben Frost's productions. Musicians so many... Telefon Tel Aviv, Nine Inch Nails, Autechre, Polar Inertia, Tool, Led Zeppelin (The Bonzo Drumming aaah!), Lakker, Jimi Hendrix, Kamasi Washington, Tame Impala, Bon Iver, Björk, Radiohead, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Aretha Franklyn, Nina Simone, Ray Charles, The Beatles, Otis Redding, J. Views, David Bowie, Apparat, Ta-Ku. The music that inspires me is that full of soul. Character.

  41. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  42. A: Basically mixing and remixing. I love to give shape to the sounds until they sound fat and in your face, and that's what I'm usually asked for. Often the client who likes what I do also asks for production (arrangement, writing, etc.) so that the album gets a plus in character.

  43. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  44. A: My studio is a analog/digital hybrid. My eurorack system on modulargrid: https://cdn.modulargrid.net/img/racks/modulargrid_650769.jpg 2 modded Yamaha Steinberg MR 816 SSL style Handmade Summing Box + Mixbus Stereo 1176 vca compression Tubecore Vari-Mu Joemeek Vc1 & Vc6q Pres Akai Tape Machine Dbx Compressors Telefunken Tube Microphone Lewitt Microphone Oktava, Shure, AKG Microphones Soundtoys, Waves Plugins Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton Live I use a lot of Gtr Pedals for tricks various machines like 303, 808, 707

Aseptic (Djent/ Metalcore/ Math) / O.D.I.O. (Death Metal) / Kamikaze Test Pilots (Grunge) / Kamikaze Test Pilots (Rock/Blues) / Serena Abrami (Indie Rock/ Alt) / Jenni Lark (Indie Pop/ Uptempo) /

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    Aseptic (Djent/ Metalcore/ Math) / O.D.I.O. (Death Metal) / Kamikaze Test Pilots (Grunge) / Kamikaze Test Pilots (Rock/Blues) / Serena Abrami (Indie Rock/ Alt) / Jenni Lark (Indie Pop/ Uptempo) /
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    Nrec (Indie Electronica/ Wave) / Remix (Dub Techno, EBM) / Nrec Remix (Indietronica/ Synthwave) / Nigredo (Techno) / Nigredo (Remix/ Techno / Industrial / Ebm)
Terms Of Service

Terms will be talked about with the client.
Turn around times are usually very quick, and the first 2 revisions are free.

GenresSounds Like
  • FKA twigs
  • Nine Inch Nails
  • Meshuggah
Gear Highlights
  • Tubecore 3U Vari-Mu Mastering Edition
  • SSL master comp
  • UREI 1176
  • Audimax and Volumax by Thomson for Vocals in Face
  • Denise Audio Plugins
  • Neve 33609 Clone
  • Lexicon Reverb
  • Digital Plugins
  • UAD and many more
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