Producer and mixing engineer

Gaddo on SoundBetter

I will help your dream become the sound that better suits you. Send me your demo and a reference song you wish to sound like and I'll produce and mix it ready to Master.

Hi, I'm a 58 old musician with skils in mixing engineering and music production. I like to listen to any music gender and would be pleased to work on any sort of music project to achive the best production and sound possible. I started playing the guitar 40 years ago and I still love it. In all my life I've had the opportunity to listen to a huge amount of music and there has not been a day I have not dedicated my time to my passion for music. Playing it or simply listening and trying to understand how the songs and the sounds where created. I like to let my self simply be transported by the sound of the music, or to listen to it in a technical way. I try to separate in my mind and ears all the instruments and all the parts played, the choice of particular sounds, the equalization of it and all those aspects that create that unique sound that differeciates one song form any other. I hope to work with you, even remotely, bringing my passion and my experience in your creations.

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  • English
  • Italian

Interview with Gaddo

  1. Q: How would you describe your style?

  2. A: I don't think I have my own style. On the contrary, I like to be a chameleon and adapt to different musical genres and bring different musical messages. I happily adapt to all kinds of genres and songs. I find it more fun and thrilling than just sticking to one genre of music and that's it. It would be like going on vacation to the same place every year. Just boring!

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

  4. A: I notice, or at least I have the perception, that recently pop songs are more and more synthetic. They already start with the chorus motif to be immediately recognizable after a few seconds and then a game of fullness and emptiness begins, alternating voice and accompaniment, all on rhythmic bases that are increasingly captivating, powerful, compressed but extremely minimalist.

  5. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  6. A: I think I'm pretty good at creating drum and bass rhythms, guitar riffettoni, atmospheres with keyboards, giving soul and character to the song.

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

  8. A: what I try to bring into a song is simplicity, freshness and above all clarity in conveying the message that the artist wants to express

  9. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  10. A: The organization of my studio is very simple, a good computer, two additional monitors to better manage all the mixing components and a lot of patience and hours of intense work in search of the best sound

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

  12. A: There are many famous producers and sound engineers on the web like Kenny Gioia or Mike Senior from whom I learned a lot of information and techniques but above all they knew how to convey the mental approach to face a mix or the general production of a song.

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

  14. A: I analyze the content of the material sent to me such as demos or recordings of music or songs played in the studio or live. Then I evaluate if the quality of the voice, the structure of the piece, the instrumental parts and the chosen sounds are suitable. In case I make proposals for modification or integration. If you accept or not, I continue to perform the best possible mix, based on the initial conditions.


I was the Producer, mixing engineer in this production

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  • DAW Reaper
  • VST Cockos
  • SPAN Voxengo
  • Yamaha AX 392
  • Bose
  • Kramer guitar
  • Fender acustic guitars
  • Logitech
  • Tonor mic
  • M-Audio keyboard
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