My primary objective is to take your stems and finalize your song, giving it a pristine, professional polish. I will use my ears to pinpoint exactly how to take your song to the final level, and how to best showcase your talents & sound.
19-year-old producer, mixing engineer, keyboardist, and vocalist based in Boston. A developed ear through experience playing at local gigs with numerous bands and service groups, as well as producing & mixing multitrack sessions using Logic Pro X.
- Use automation techniques for EQ, panning, delays, reverbs, and compression.
- Create a rich stereo field
- Craft a strong balance between all tonal frequencies ranging from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz
- Mix your vocals so that they pop out in the mix and are the focal point for the whole track.
- Develop a mature low-end that delivers punch, and subsequently develop sparkling high-end to give the track clarity.
- Work hard to ensure that all clicks & pops & artifacts are removed to the best of my ability, and ultimately ensure that your mix will be pleasurable to listen to.
- Make sure that I am doing my best to best highlight your sound & vision as an artist, and work together to create the best possible product you can put out.
- Encourage effective communication & be open to any and all types of feedback regarding my mixes.
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Interview with Pierre Regensburger
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: I have a few simple core rules - be open to communication, have an open mindset, be yourself & embrace individuality, and finally, be respectful.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I started playing piano at the age of 6 years old. I grew up playing in my church, learning the organ around that same age in the process. The bulk of my early music education came from learning to work and communicate with people in a professional musical environment, playing with many different types of band members, working closely with Music Directors and learning how to be self-sufficent as well as bold, steadfast, and unique. In high school, I was heavily involved in my school's choir program singing primarily Bass/Baritone, amassing a Merit Award, a Musicianship Award, the National School Choral Award, as well as having the privilege of singing in the Massachusetts All-State Choir (2020). When quarantine first started, I finally got into the production, and I have soared since then. Lately, it is all that I do, and I think everyday I am closer to realizing the exact path that I want to take in this musical world.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Trust your ears.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I have a degree of perfectionism that will make my tracks stand out, I work fine details to oblivion and I will not let a product go out until it is perfect. However, music is not math, music is an artform and it is evergrowing, everchanging, everspoken. I think the most valuable thing I can bring is the fact that I understand that there are no fine-lines, nothing is black & white. If it sounds good, it sounds good, and if it works, it works. It is simply the joy of the process, chasing the goosebumps, feeling enlightened, ignited, and transcendentalized by your own work. Simply put, I bring the joy to the creative process. I create and work with child-like abandon, breaking down boundaries and rules. When I am in my element, I am completely focused on my craft and nothing can stop me.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am currently working on producing my own album. I will be songwriting, recording, and mixing it all myself in my home studio. I will have full control over the process of my album until the final stage of mastering.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: My ultimate promise is that you will have a finished, quality, professional product that you will happily be able to market, sell, and release on any and all platforms worldwide.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: First and foremost, I ask potential clients what they want to sound like, how they want the finished product to sound, and how can I help them get there. I want to encourage an open line of communication between me and the artist I am mixing for, because I think the ability to give and receive feedback, talk through any concerns, and generally have a calm & professional working environment is what separates the good from the great.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I think my most valuable asset is my ability to enhance an artists' individual sound. Oftentimes I see mixing engineers taking a track and imposing their own type of sounds & tastes onto the project - but my whole philosophy is to serve the artist. It is not my job to make the big creative decisions for the artist, it is my job to make decisions that will help the artist achieve the sound that they want to achieve, to help give them that extra juice that they need to take their track to the next level. I will be here to ensure that every single detail in the mix will be meticulously thought over. I am a perfectionist and will settle for nothing less than extraordinary.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Pop is my main genre, and I love branching out into jazz/R&B-infused spaces, funk, and hip-hop. I chase what I like, and I create what I want to create. I have specifically been drawn to Pop because I am really attracted to its crispness and attention to detail, ultimately trying to achieve that myself in my own productions and mixes.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: I take frequent breaks, and will typically get your mix done in a one-day session. I alternate between listening to the song on loud, medium, and low volumes - I have a keen ear for details and will not stop working until everything sounds smooth, spotless, clean, and crystal clear.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I work 100% in the box, using Logic Pro X as my main DAW. I have a pair of Kali LP-6 studio monitors where I will do the bulk of my mixing, as well as a Launchkey 49 Midi Keyboard. In terms of audio plugins, I primarily use iZotope, Waves, Xfer, TAL, Soundtoys, as well as basic stock plugins to get the job done.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Jacob Collier is my main source of inspiration when it comes to holistically approaching music as both an artist and a human being. When it comes to music production, I derive inspiration from production greats such as Max Martin, FINNEAS, Serban Ghenea, John Hanes, Benny Blanco, and Shellback.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I am primarily a mixing engineer, I take stems of already produced tracks and add that extra bit of polish that will bring the track to the next level - when I finish, it will be ready to hit the streaming services and be heard by the world.