Audio Nerd, Producer & Tone addict at heart. Aside from editing, mixing & mastering your song until you feel it suits your vision and the pro standards, I'll also reamp your guitar and bass tracks if needed with a variety of amps, pedals, and professional IR's that I've been collecting over the years. Main Genres: Punk Rock, Metal, Rock
Within 24-48 hours you will get a professional sounding master of your song, to match your artistic vision, or in less official terms - that will slam.
I'm working from a professionally treated space to allow me to reach the most accurate results that will translate well to all mediums.
I include the option to use my gear to reamp your guitar and bass tracks and shape their tone to best fit the song, as well as drum replacement or reinforcement if needed.
Cranborne Audio Camden 500 Preamp
Lindell 77x-500 Compressor
91/92 Marshall JCM900 100W
Soldano Avenger 50W
EVH 5150iii 50W
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Mini
Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer
Walrus Audio Voyager
Entire Catalog of ML Sound Lab & Ownhammer
Some secret sauce IR's I have received from producers such as Andrew Wade, Will Putney and more.
Drum Libraries & Samples:
Superior Drummer 3 ( Metal, Rock & Progressive Foundry expansions)
Slate CLA & David Bendeth Sample Packs
Blasting Room Pack
GGD Invasion & Modern and Massive.
Secret sauce one-shots I have collected over the years (;
Contact me through the green button above and let's get to work.
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Interview with Vadim Feldman
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Four Year Strong - My favorite band, I want to work with technical aggressive music that is still pop punk at its core. Metallica - cause who wouldn't want to?
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Big guitar sound really is down to 3 main ingredients: 1. Properly set up guitars, in tune, with fresh strings for each song. 2. Spend 90% of your energy on recording DI's at the right level and with as much accuracy as possible, don't count on fixing it later, track it as close to perfect as you can with as much accuracy as you can. If you record amps, use just enough gain for the signal to be saturated, not more. 3. The bass tone (:
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Punk Rock, Hardcore, Metal, and all types of rock.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Guitar tone and mixing.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Clarity, Punch, and hopefully the perfect tone.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: It divides into 2 parts: 1. Understanding what different parts of the song "tries" to deliver in terms of emotion and vibe, and the song as a whole. Understanding what drum, bass and guitar tones will deliver that vibe in an optimal way (unless printed tones already provided). Deciding on how to use panning and FX in the optimal way for the song. 2. Technical workflow which is editing and aligning drums and other instruments if needed, reinforcing drums with samples if needed, mixing drums, bass guitar, and vocals - Mastering.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My room was heavily treated as the photo shows. DAW: Cubase 11 Monitors: Kali LP 6 Interface: Audient ID22 My Amps: 91/92 Marshall JCM900 100W EVH 5150iii 50W Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier Mini Pedals: Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer Walrus Audio Voyager Eearthquaker Plumes IR's: Entire Catalog of ML Sound Lab & Ownhammer Some secret sauce IR's I have received from producers such as Andrew Wade, Will Putney and more. Drum Libraries & Samples: Superior Drummer 3 ( Metal, Rock & Progressive Foundry expansions) Slate CLA & David Bendeth Sample Packs Blasting Room Pack GGD Invasion & Modern and Massive. Secret sauce one-shots I have collected over the years (;
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: The Blasting Room Will Putney Andrew Wade Seth Henderson Sam Pura Colin Brittain
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Editing, Mixing, Mastering, Reamping