Credits on 114 RIAA Gold records, 57 Grammy Nominations, 47 BTS mixes & counting. Is yours next? 31 Billion streams. I have touched many songs that have touched your life, now let me help you get great results with your songs. From mixing in all formats to consulting across my vast range of experience, let's talk further. -Ken Lewis
Full credits list at: https://iproducemusic.com/credits/
TOP 5 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT ME
1.BTS - 47 songs mixed so far. I have mixed for BTS since 2012, 10 of those songs released in 2022
2.Wu Tang Clan - I mixed the entire secret double album “Once Upon a Time In Shaolin” on an analog SSL
3.Musical contributions on “Uptown Funk," “We Are Young," “All Of The Lights," “Heartless," Drake, Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift, OneRepublic, Lorde,
4.Nominated for 2 Golden Melody Awards by Name, Nominee / Winner on many Korean Daesang Awards
5.Producer for Future, Kanye West, Jay Z, J Cole, Ariana Grande, Eminem, OneRepublic, Khalil Fong, Des Rocs, X Ambassadors, John Legend, VYBZ KARTEL, Popcaan
I'm approachable. Drop me a line. I am not seeking indie production work, only mixing and consulting. Tell me about your music, and i'll guide you to a great finish line. -Ken
MIX CREDITS INCLUDE: BTS, Kanye, Ariana Grande, Fletcher, Gallant, Usher, Mary J, Justin Bieber, JuiceWRLD, Wu Tang Clan, Jay Z, TI, NF, RM, J-Hope, Agust D, 50 Cent, Jeremih, Sean Paul, Damian Marley, Shaggy, Bounty Killer, Krewella, Danity Kane, Jon Bellion, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, George Clinton, Pete Rock, Public Enemy, David Byrne, CeCe Winans, Beastie Boys, JJ Project, Stray Kids, XG, 2AM, Rain, SS501, BoA, Khalil Fong, Jolin Tsai, Loic Nottet, La Fouine, Poobear
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- Kanye West
- Taylor Swift
- Jay Z
- Bruno Mars
- Lady Gaga
- Khalil Fong
- JJ Project
- Wu Tang Clan
- DIANA ROSS
- David Byrne
- Mark Ronson
- Juice wrld
- Justin Bieber
- Ariana Grande
- sean paul
- vybz kartel
- Alicia Keys
- Lana Del Ray
- Lil Wayne
- X Ambassadors
- Ingrid Michaelson
- Damian Marley
- Bounty Killer
- Assi El Hallani
- Mary J Blige
- Kendrick Lamar
- Snoop Dogg
- 50 Cent
49 Reviews - 2 Repeat ClientsEndorse Ken Lewis
Responds quickly and provided me with more feedback on my mix than I expected. He really helped me a lot, I will definitely come back soon!
Ken is an absolute gift to all musicians out there. He'll give you advice which you can apply straight away. And it's very good advice, and not like a good friend or fellow musician kind of advice. This is honest and straight to the point.
Listen to his as advice. Do as he says, and you'll be left with a way better track. You're doing yourself a big favour by asking Ken for a soundcheck.
His review was quick, honest, constructive and efficient. Jumped straight to the point.
Got that KL Mix 💯✨
Man I beat you can hear a feather drop. Your advice opened up my mix and gave me an absolutely different perspective.
Ken really helped bring the song to a new level, I recommend him for creative mixing, mastering and ATMOS, I am hoping to work with Ken again!!
Ken is AMAZING.
He’ll take the time to make your record go as far as it can whilst maintaining your artistic vision. Patient, precise, HUMBLE and for someone with an abundance of talent and experience Ken operates without a single OUNCE of ego.
Work with him, you won’t regret it. Thank you brother!
Ken! First off "I LOVE YOU!", wow you helped me so much!!!! OMGOMG, I just learned so much it's incredible. I had a question, but can't reply. But yeah, all the suggestions were godlike! It sounds so much better now!
Ken did a review on my mix, with an emphasis on the vocals. One tip I got and implemented IMMEDIATELY made my vocals sound just right. He also took the time to give a very complete review of my flow, lyrics, as well as tips regarding the song as a whole. More than I could have (and did) ask for! Thank you, Ken!
Ken gave honest, detailed, and actionable feedback that I have already been able to start implementing. I feel encouraged and am grateful that services like this exist. Great experience! Would 10/10 recommend Ken to anyone looking for no-fluff feedback from a well-rounded industry pro
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Ken is the best in the business, period. You're not going to find a better person to mix or produce your project. Book him now, without hesitation!
Ken has an excellent set of ears and his advice was exactly what I was looking for to improve my music. He'll tell you straight up what he thinks and offer actionable steps you can take to level up. I look forward to working with him again soon!
Ken is great! I highly recommend!
You can't imagina how much he will help you! he's understading of music is other level! For sure to repeat!
Thank you Ken!
Really appreciate for the experience sharing!
Will definitely keep this in mind and I'll try my best!
Thanks so much for Ken's feedback!
It really helps a lot that Ken helps me discovered all the key points of my project!
Definitely will keep all these in mind and work on all the issues!
The depth and detail Ken went into is amazing. this man really knows his stuff and I would definitely use him again to help take things to the next level!
I was looking for a powerful mix and master and I’ve got it!
I love the space that the song is in. It was great first time experience :)
Eyy bros, check out the references: Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Justin and many others... there are no words I could add, except that Ken is a totally cool and very nice person, Chris from germany
Incredible Insights and really detailed feedback provided. It was great to be able to get this raw feedback from someone of this calibre. Extremely happy with the result.
Interview with Ken Lewis
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Kanye West's "MY BEAUTIFUL DARK TWISTED FANTASY" I worked on 5 songs. My favorite role was producing and creating the horn section for "All Of the Lights." I sang on it too.
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I can't actually say, but recently released works include Vybz Kartel, Alicia Keys, and BTS.
Q: Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
A: Brent Kolatalo is a beast. He's been my production partner for over a decade and he's worked with a ton of incredible artists.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: BOTH!! OK, ATMOS is all digital as 12 speakers is too much for an analog console to route. But I've mixed on SSL and Neve my whole career, and I have mixed multiple Grammy Award winners completely In The Box. It's about the song, not the format.
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: I promise to deliver you a final mix that you love. I take pride in my work and in delivering for my clients. I revise until you love it, and I have no ego at all about the direction of the song. Give me your vision and let me help you make it the biggest, clearest representation of you.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I mean, it's music. Every single day. Even the worst day is still a music day. It's like having your favorite dessert for every meal, and never getting tired of it.
Q: What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A: Can you make it sound like...........? Look at my resume, if I can't, then who? :-)
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: It's the $10,000 hammer story. People don't seek me out because I have the gear, or because I know how to make the gear work. Anybody can mix music and learn the gear. People hire me because of how I interpret and assemble music into a final mix or production.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Do you have a clear vision for this song or shall I go with my gut, then we adjust? If you could put this song on any playlist of your choice, what's the playlist? What song comes before it? What song follows it? If you could tour opening for any artist, whose fan base do you think would connect with you the most?
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: 1. Sony c800g Microphone 2. Apple AirPods Max Headphones 3. My best acoustic guitar 4. Is a laptop considered a piece of gear or a vessel? (solar charged of course) 5. SSL AWS 900+ Mixing Console
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: 30 years for major labels and everyone else. Broken glass, I've walked it. Rivers of shit, I've swam em. Started from the bottom (school, intern), now I'm here. I can draw upon more experience, in more facets of this industry, than most people alive.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Reach out, I'm surprisingly normal. I even do my own grocery shopping.
Q: How would you describe your style?
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: How much time ya got? Diplo
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Not every producer is meant to work with every artist. Find the artist(s) you truly connect with and build together.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Whatcha got?
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Chameleon. Ninja. JEDI. Wait, that's 3.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: TRULY UNIQUE EXPERIENCE. Other people have better resumes and stronger individual talents, but nobody else on Planet Earth has a resume as high level diverse, across as many roles and genres, with as many marquee artists as I have. My super power is that I incorporate all of my talents into my work.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Fast then slow. I subscribe to the Michael Brauer "Mixing Is a Performance" philosophy, so I try to get everything into the mix quickly, then I just keep asking the song to tell me where to take it and I go.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: ATMOS 7.1.4 (full speakers & headphones) Pro Tools Ultimate Every plugin known to mankind
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm a sponge, so that changes constantly. As a mixer, I get to see the full sessions of so many brilliant producers and artists that I have mixed for. All of that educates me as a producer and a creative with everything that I do. I'm lucky to have inspirations from all over the world to bring into my own work.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Smile creator. I make records better, whether its as a producer, mixer, writer, arranger, musician or vocalist. If I take it on, expect smiles. I know what a Finish Line sounds like and how to get there.