Chloe Moschini

Producer, Mixing, Editing

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Professional Music Producer Specializing in Audio Restoration, Mixing, and Editing. Hello! I'm Chloe Moschini, a dedicated music producer originally from South Africa and now thriving in Bogotá, Colombia. My journey through the vibrant music scenes of Berlin and Mexico City has shaped my expertise in audio restoration, mixing, and editing.

Chloe Moschini: A Journey of Passion and Excellence in Music Production

Hi, I'm Chloe Moschini, a passionate and experienced music producer originally from South Africa, now based in Bogotá, Colombia. My journey in music began at a young age, and my love for sound has taken me across the globe, from the vibrant electronic scenes of Berlin to the diverse music festivals in Mexico City.

Early Beginnings
Born in 1998, I developed an early interest in music production. By the age of 15, I was already exploring the world of electronic music, honing my skills in Ableton Live and ProTools. My travels exposed me to various music genres and production techniques, enriching my understanding and expanding my creative horizons.

Professional Development
In Berlin, I immersed myself in the heart of the electronic music scene, attending clubs like Sisyphos and collaborating with renowned artists. These experiences deepened my appreciation for high-quality sound production and inspired me to refine my craft further.

Establishing in Bogotá
Settling in Bogotá, I have focused on building a state-of-the-art studio, equipped with top-tier gear.

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  • English
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish

Interview with Chloe Moschini

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

  2. A: One project I'm particularly proud of is Radiopolitan, the recording studio that I've been involved in establishing. Radiopolitan represents the culmination of years of dedication, hard work, and a shared vision among myself and my colleagues. My role in the Radiopolitan project has been multifaceted. From the initial concept and planning stages to the execution and ongoing operations, I've been involved in every aspect of bringing the studio to life. This has included: Conceptualization: Contributing ideas and input to shape the vision for Radiopolitan, including its mission, values, and unique selling points. We wanted Radiopolitan to be more than just a recording studio – we wanted it to be a creative hub, a community space, and a catalyst for artistic collaboration and innovation. Strategic Planning: Developing a strategic plan and roadmap for launching and growing Radiopolitan, including defining our target market, identifying key stakeholders, and establishing short- and long-term goals. Physical Setup: Overseeing the physical setup and design of the recording studio space, including selecting and installing equipment, optimizing acoustics, and creating a comfortable and inspiring environment for artists and clients. Brand Development: Playing a key role in developing the Radiopolitan brand identity, including logo design, website development, and marketing materials. We wanted the Radiopolitan brand to reflect our values of creativity, professionalism, and community. Client Relations: Building relationships with artists, musicians, producers, and other industry professionals to promote Radiopolitan and attract clients. This involved networking, outreach, and providing exceptional customer service to ensure a positive experience for everyone who walks through our doors. Overall, Radiopolitan represents a labor of love and a testament to the power of collaboration, creativity, and perseverance. I'm incredibly proud of what we've accomplished with Radiopolitan so far, and I'm excited about the opportunities it will bring for artists and creators in our community.

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

  4. A: At the moment, I'm focusing on a variety of music production and audio engineering projects for different clients. This includes: Mixing and mastering tracks for independent artists across various genres, including electronic, pop, hip-hop, and singer-songwriter. Providing audio editing and post-production services for podcasts, audiobooks, and other spoken-word content. Collaborating with artists and musicians to create custom sound design and music compositions for film, television, and multimedia projects. Offering remote recording and production assistance to artists who are unable to access traditional recording studios due to travel restrictions or other logistical challenges. Continuing to refine my skills and expand my knowledge through ongoing professional development, research, and experimentation with new techniques and technologies in music production and audio engineering. Overall, I'm excited about the diverse range of projects I have the opportunity to work on and the chance to collaborate with talented artists and clients from around the world. Each project presents its own unique challenges and creative opportunities, and I'm committed to delivering exceptional results that exceed my clients' expectations.

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

  6. A: Not at the moment

  7. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  8. A: As a music producer and audio engineer, I appreciate both analog and digital technologies for their unique strengths and characteristics. Each has its place in modern music production, and the choice between analog and digital often depends on the specific needs and preferences of the project. Analog equipment, such as analog synthesizers, outboard gear, and analog tape machines, offers a warm, organic, and often "vintage" sound that many producers and artists find appealing. Analog gear can impart a certain character and texture to recordings that is difficult to replicate with digital technology. Additionally, some musicians appreciate the tactile experience of working with physical knobs, faders, and other controls found on analog equipment. On the other hand, digital technology, including digital audio workstations (DAWs), virtual instruments, and software plugins, offers unparalleled flexibility, convenience, and precision. Digital tools allow for virtually limitless manipulation and editing of audio, making it easy to experiment with different sounds, arrangements, and effects. Digital workflows also tend to be more efficient and cost-effective, as they eliminate the need for physical hardware and allow for instant recall of settings. Ultimately, the choice between analog and digital depends on factors such as the desired sound aesthetic, workflow preferences, budget constraints, and the specific requirements of the project. Many modern producers and engineers employ a hybrid approach, combining the best of both analog and digital worlds to achieve the desired sonic results. By leveraging the strengths of both technologies, producers can create music that is rich, dynamic, and expressive, regardless of whether it's created in the analog domain, the digital realm, or somewhere in between.

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

  10. A: My promise to my clients is to deliver professional-quality music production and audio engineering services that exceed their expectations and bring their creative vision to life. Here's what clients can expect when they work with me: Exceptional Quality: I am committed to delivering work of the highest quality, meticulously crafted to meet the highest standards of excellence. Whether it's mixing, mastering, editing, or any other service, I strive for perfection in every detail. Clear Communication: I believe in open and transparent communication throughout the project lifecycle. From initial discussions to final delivery, I keep clients informed every step of the way, ensuring that their input and feedback are valued and incorporated into the final product. Timely Delivery: I understand the importance of meeting deadlines and respect my clients' time. I work diligently to deliver projects on schedule, without compromising on quality or attention to detail. Collaborative Approach: I value collaboration and partnership with my clients. I listen closely to their needs, preferences, and aspirations, and work closely with them to bring their creative vision to fruition. Their satisfaction is my top priority. Professionalism and Respect: I conduct myself with professionalism, integrity, and respect in all interactions with clients. I strive to create a positive and supportive working environment, where clients feel valued, heard, and empowered throughout the project. Satisfaction Guarantee: Above all, I am committed to my clients' satisfaction. If for any reason they are not completely satisfied with the final product, I will work tirelessly to make it right and ensure that they are happy with the outcome. In essence, my promise to my clients is to provide an exceptional experience from start to finish, delivering results that not only meet but exceed their expectations, and ensuring that their creative vision is realized to its fullest potential.

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

  12. A: What I enjoy most about my job as a music producer and audio engineer is the opportunity to bring people's creative visions to life through sound. There's a profound sense of satisfaction that comes from collaborating with artists and clients to craft music that resonates emotionally, captivates listeners, and leaves a lasting impact. I love the creative freedom and diversity that each project brings, whether it's working on a catchy pop song, a soulful ballad, or an experimental electronic track. Every project presents its own unique challenges and opportunities for innovation, pushing me to continually expand my skills and explore new sonic territories. Moreover, I cherish the collaborative nature of my work, building relationships with artists, musicians, and clients from diverse backgrounds and cultures. It's incredibly rewarding to be part of a team, working together to translate ideas into reality and create something meaningful and memorable. Ultimately, what I love most about my job is the ability to make a positive difference in people's lives through the power of music. Whether it's sparking joy, evoking emotions, or inspiring creativity, music has the remarkable ability to connect people on a deep and meaningful level, and I'm grateful to play a part in that process.

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

  14. A: Customers often ask a variety of questions depending on their specific needs and project requirements. Some of the most common questions I receive include: Can you provide a quote for my project? My answer: Yes, I'd be happy to provide a quote once I have a better understanding of your project requirements, including the scope of work, timeline, and any specific services you need. Please provide as much detail as possible, and I'll tailor a quote to meet your needs. What is your turnaround time for mixing/mastering/editing? My answer: Turnaround time can vary depending on the complexity of the project and my current workload. Once I have all the necessary files and information, I'll provide you with an estimated turnaround time. Rest assured, I prioritize timely delivery without compromising on quality. Do you offer revisions? My answer: Yes, I typically offer a certain number of revisions as part of my services to ensure your satisfaction with the final product. The number of revisions may vary depending on the scope of the project, so please let me know if you have specific revision requests. Can you work with my budget? My answer: I understand that every project has unique budget considerations, and I'm committed to finding a solution that works for both of us. Please let me know your budget constraints upfront, and I'll do my best to accommodate them while still delivering high-quality results. What equipment/software do you use? My answer: I use a combination of industry-standard equipment and software to ensure professional-quality results. This includes [list of equipment/software]. I'm constantly updating my tools and staying abreast of the latest developments in the field to provide the best possible service to my clients. By addressing these common questions proactively, I aim to provide clarity and transparency to my clients and ensure that their concerns are addressed effectively throughout the project lifecycle.

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

  16. A: One of the biggest misconceptions about what I do as a music producer and audio engineer is that it's a simple or straightforward process. In reality, music production and audio engineering involve a complex blend of technical expertise, artistic creativity, and meticulous attention to detail. Some people may assume that music production simply involves pushing buttons and turning knobs on a computer, or that audio engineering is just about making things sound "good." However, the truth is that both disciplines require a deep understanding of music theory, audio signal flow, acoustics, and a wide range of technical tools and software. Additionally, there's often a misconception that music production and audio engineering are glamorous or glamorous professions. While it's true that creating music can be incredibly rewarding and fulfilling, it also requires long hours of hard work, problem-solving, and continuous learning. Ultimately, music production and audio engineering are multi-faceted disciplines that demand a high level of skill, dedication, and creativity. It's important to recognize the depth and complexity of these fields and to appreciate the expertise and effort that goes into creating high-quality music and audio content.

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

  18. A: When engaging with prospective clients, I aim to gather as much information as possible to ensure that I understand their needs and expectations fully. Here are some questions I typically ask: Project Overview: Can you provide a brief overview of your project? What type of music or audio work do you need assistance with? Goals and Objectives: What are your goals and objectives for this project? What do you hope to achieve with the final product? Timeline: Do you have a specific timeline or deadline for the project? Are there any milestones or key dates I should be aware of? Budget: Do you have a budget in mind for this project? Understanding your budget constraints will help me tailor my services to meet your needs effectively. Creative Vision: What is your creative vision for the project? Are there any specific themes, moods, or styles you're aiming for? Reference Material: Do you have any reference tracks or examples of music that you admire or would like to emulate? This will help me understand your musical preferences and aesthetic preferences. Technical Requirements: Are there any technical requirements or specifications I should be aware of? For example, do you have specific file formats, sample rates, or bit depths that need to be adhered to? Collaboration Process: What is your preferred method of communication and collaboration? How involved would you like to be in the creative process? Revision Policy: How many rounds of revisions are you expecting for this project? What is your preferred process for providing feedback and making revisions? Additional Services: Are there any additional services or requirements you have in mind, such as mastering, distribution, or promotional support? By asking these questions, I can gain a comprehensive understanding of the client's needs and expectations, allowing me to tailor my services to deliver the best possible results for their project.

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

  20. A: If you're considering hiring a provider like me for your music production or audio engineering needs, here are a few pieces of advice to help you make the right choice: Define Your Goals and Expectations: Before reaching out to a provider, take some time to clearly define your goals, expectations, and budget for the project. This will help you communicate your needs effectively and ensure that the provider understands what you're looking to achieve. Review Their Portfolio and Experience: Take a close look at the provider's portfolio, listening to samples of their work and reading client testimonials if available. Pay attention to the quality and style of their previous projects to determine if they align with your vision for your own project. Additionally, consider the provider's level of experience and expertise in your specific genre or type of project. Communicate Clearly: When reaching out to a provider, be sure to communicate your project requirements, timeline, and any specific preferences or requests you may have. Clear communication from the outset will help ensure that both parties are on the same page and can work together effectively towards a successful outcome. Ask Questions: Don't hesitate to ask the provider any questions you may have about their process, pricing, or approach to music production. This is your opportunity to get a better understanding of how they work and whether they're the right fit for your project. Trust Your Instincts: Ultimately, trust your instincts when choosing a provider. If you feel comfortable with their approach, confident in their abilities, and excited about the prospect of working together, you're likely on the right track. Conversely, if something doesn't feel quite right, it may be worth exploring other options. By following these tips and taking the time to find the right provider for your project, you can ensure a smooth and successful collaboration that results in high-quality music that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.

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

  22. A: Ableton Live: As my digital audio workstation (DAW) of choice, Ableton Live would allow me to create and produce music using a wide range of virtual instruments, effects, and recording capabilities. Its versatility and intuitive interface make it an essential tool for music production in any environment. Universal Audio Apollo Twin X Interface: This high-quality audio interface would enable me to capture pristine recordings of instruments and vocals, as well as provide essential processing and monitoring capabilities. Its built-in UAD-2 processing would also allow me to run a variety of high-quality plugins for mixing and mastering. Shure SM7B Microphone: Renowned for its versatility and reliability, the Shure SM7B would be my go-to microphone for recording vocals, acoustic instruments, and more. Its dynamic range and smooth frequency response make it suitable for a wide range of recording applications. Akai Professional MPK Mini MK3 MIDI Controller: This compact MIDI controller would allow me to create melodies, play virtual instruments, and control parameters within my DAW. Its portable size and versatility make it an invaluable tool for music production on the go. Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Headphones: With their accurate sound reproduction and comfortable design, these studio headphones would be essential for monitoring and mixing music in a variety of environments. Their open-back design would also provide a natural and spacious soundstage, allowing me to make informed mixing decisions. With these five pieces of gear, I would have everything I need to continue making music and honing my craft

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

  24. A: My career path in music production and audio engineering has been a journey of passion, dedication, and continuous growth. I've been actively involved in the industry for over 10 years, honing my skills and refining my craft along the way. It all began with a deep love for music and a curiosity about the technical aspects of sound. I started experimenting with music production software and equipment in my teenage years, teaching myself the fundamentals of recording, editing, and mixing. As I delved deeper into the world of music production, I sought out opportunities to learn from industry professionals, whether through formal education, mentorship programs, or hands-on experience in recording studios and live sound environments. I absorbed everything I could about audio engineering principles, signal flow, acoustics, and more, constantly seeking to expand my knowledge and expertise. Over the years, I've had the privilege of working on a wide variety of projects, from recording and producing independent artists to providing audio engineering services for live events, podcasts, films, and more. Each project has offered valuable insights and lessons, helping me to refine my skills and develop my own unique approach to music production. Today, I'm grateful to be able to pursue my passion for music production and audio engineering on a professional level, collaborating with talented artists and clients from around the world to bring their creative visions to life. As I continue on my career path, I remain committed to pushing boundaries, exploring new sonic territories, and striving for excellence in every project I undertake.

  25. Q: How would you describe your style?

  26. A: My style as a music producer and audio engineer can be described as dynamic, eclectic, and detail-oriented. I have a passion for exploring a diverse range of musical genres, from electronic and experimental to Latin and world music. This versatility allows me to bring a fresh perspective to each project, infusing it with unique sonic textures and creative flourishes. At the core of my style is a commitment to excellence in sound quality and craftsmanship. I strive to achieve a balance between technical precision and artistic expression, paying meticulous attention to detail while also allowing room for experimentation and innovation. Whether I'm editing, mixing, or mastering a track, my goal is always to enhance the emotional impact and storytelling potential of the music. Additionally, I approach each project with a collaborative spirit, valuing open communication and feedback from artists and clients. By fostering a supportive and inclusive environment, I aim to empower artists to fully realize their creative vision while also bringing my own expertise and creativity to the table. Overall, my style is characterized by a dedication to pushing boundaries, embracing diversity, and creating music that resonates deeply with listeners on both an emotional and technical level.

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

  28. A: As a music producer and audio engineer, there are many artists I admire and would love to collaborate with. One artist that stands out to me is Björk. Björk is known for her avant-garde approach to music, pushing the boundaries of sound and experimentation with each release. Her willingness to explore new sonic territories and blend genres seamlessly resonates with my own creative ethos. Collaborating with Björk would be an incredible opportunity to delve into uncharted musical territory, combining her innovative vision with my technical expertise to create something truly groundbreaking. Furthermore, Björk's commitment to artistic integrity and her fearlessness in expressing her unique voice align closely with my own values as a music producer. Working with her would not only be creatively fulfilling but also a chance to learn and grow as an artist. Overall, collaborating with Björk would be a dream come true, offering a platform to create music that pushes boundaries, challenges conventions, and inspires listeners around the world.

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

  30. A: Certainly! One valuable music production tip is to prioritize the arrangement and composition of your song before diving into detailed editing and mixing. Often, the strength of a song lies in its structure, melody, and arrangement. Before getting lost in the intricacies of editing and mixing, take the time to craft a compelling arrangement that effectively communicates the emotion and message of the song. Focus on elements such as dynamics, transitions, and the overall flow of the music. By solidifying the arrangement early on, you'll establish a strong foundation for the rest of the production process. This will make it easier to identify areas for enhancement during editing and mixing, resulting in a more cohesive and polished final product. Remember, a well-structured song will naturally shine through in the mix, so invest time in perfecting the arrangement before delving into the finer details of production.

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

  32. A: I have a diverse portfolio and am comfortable working across a wide range of musical genres. However, I particularly enjoy working on electronic music, including genres such as techno, house, ambient, downtempo, and more. My background in electronic music production and my passion for exploring innovative sounds and textures make these genres a natural fit for my expertise. Additionally, I have experience working with Latin American music, including salsa, cumbia, and traditional folk genres, where I enjoy blending electronic elements with traditional instrumentation to create unique and dynamic sonic landscapes. Ultimately, I approach each project with an open mind and a commitment to understanding and honoring the artist's vision, regardless of the genre or style.

  33. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  34. A: My strongest skill is undoubtedly my ability to bring out the best in every sound and every song. As a music producer and audio engineer, I excel in the art of mixing. I have an innate sense of how to balance elements within a mix, ensuring clarity, depth, and impact while maintaining the integrity of the artist's vision. My keen ear for detail allows me to identify and address potential issues, while my creative approach infuses each mix with energy, emotion, and excitement. Whether it's crafting the perfect blend of instruments, shaping the overall sonic landscape, or adding subtle touches that elevate the music to new heights, my mixing skills are the cornerstone of my craft.

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

  36. A: When I work on a song, I bring a unique blend of technical expertise, artistic vision, and creative passion to the table. Here's what I contribute: Technical Expertise: With years of experience in music production, audio engineering, and sound design, I bring a deep understanding of the tools and techniques needed to craft professional-quality music. From editing and mixing to audio restoration, I leverage my technical skills to enhance the overall sonic quality of the song. Artistic Vision: I approach each project with a keen artistic vision, seeking to understand the client's creative goals and translate them into tangible sonic experiences. Whether it's shaping the mood and atmosphere of a track through careful mixing or bringing out the emotional depth of a performance through subtle editing, I strive to imbue each song with a sense of artistic integrity and authenticity. Creative Passion: Music is more than just a job for me – it's a lifelong passion. I bring boundless creativity and enthusiasm to every project, constantly pushing boundaries, experimenting with new ideas, and seeking innovative ways to elevate the music to new heights. Whether it's adding unique textures and sonic layers or crafting dynamic arrangements that captivate listeners, my creative passion infuses each song with energy, emotion, and excitement. Collaborative Spirit: Collaboration is at the heart of my approach to music production. I value open communication, collaboration, and feedback, working closely with artists and clients to bring their vision to life. By fostering a collaborative environment where ideas are freely exchanged and explored, I ensure that each song reflects the collective vision and input of everyone involved. Overall, what I bring to a song is a seamless blend of technical skill, artistic vision, creative passion, and collaborative spirit – all working together to create music that resonates deeply with listeners and leaves a lasting impression.

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

  38. A: Here's how I typically approach my three main services: editing, mixing, and audio restoration: Editing: I start by carefully reviewing the raw audio files, ensuring they align with the client's specifications and expectations. Next, I dive into the editing process, trimming, cutting, and arranging the audio clips to achieve the desired structure and flow. Throughout the editing journey, I pay meticulous attention to details such as timing, transitions, and fades, aiming for seamless edits that enhance the overall listening experience. Communication with the client is key during this phase, as I seek feedback to ensure the final product matches their vision. Mixing: My mixing process begins with organizing the individual tracks and setting up the session in my digital audio workstation (DAW). I focus on balancing the levels of each track, adjusting volume, panning, and stereo imaging to craft a cohesive sonic landscape. Applying equalization, compression, and other audio effects comes next, enhancing the clarity, punch, and dynamics of the mix. Detail is paramount, and I meticulously ensure that every element of the mix sits harmoniously within the overall sonic space, contributing to the desired mood and vibe. Throughout mixing, I continuously reference the client's preferences and feedback, making adjustments as needed to achieve their desired sound. Audio Restoration: Assessing the quality of the raw audio recordings is my first step in the restoration process, identifying any imperfections such as noise, clicks, pops, or distortion. Utilizing a variety of tools and techniques, I work to remove or reduce these imperfections while preserving the integrity of the original audio. Noise reduction, spectral editing, and other specialized processes are employed to clean up the audio and restore it to its optimal condition. I'm careful to maintain the natural character and tonal balance of the audio throughout the restoration process, ensuring that the restored recordings sound clear, vibrant, and true to the original source. Continuous attention to the client's requirements and expectations is a priority, as I aim to deliver results that not only meet but exceed their satisfaction. In approaching each project with meticulous attention to detail and artistic expertise, I ensure that the final outcome reflects the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship, meeting the unique needs and aspirations of each client.

  39. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  40. A: My studio setup is designed to ensure top-notch audio quality and a professional production environment. It includes: Maki Onix Preamp Rack: Provides pristine amplification and ensures high-quality sound input. Audient EVO 16 Sound Interface: A versatile audio interface that delivers superior audio conversion and low-latency performance. Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Headphones: Known for their accurate sound reproduction, perfect for critical listening and mixing. Yamaha HS8 Monitors with HS8S Subwoofer: These monitors and subwoofer offer a flat response and full-range sound, ensuring mixes translate well across different playback systems. Roland Juno-106: A classic synthesizer that adds rich analog sounds to my productions. Fender Telecaster: Provides versatile guitar tones, adding a unique character to my tracks. Various Microphones: Including 2 Shure SM81, 2 Shure SM7B, 1 Shure Beta 91A, Sennheiser MD421, and Sennheiser MKH416 Boom mic, catering to a wide range of recording needs. DBX 2231 EQ: Ensures precise equalization, allowing for detailed sound shaping. Acoustically Treated and Calibrated Environment: My studio is designed for a flat response and full-range sound, ensuring that every mix sounds great. This setup allows me to deliver high-quality audio restoration, mixing, and editing services, ensuring that each project meets professional standards.

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

  42. A: I am inspired by a diverse range of musicians and music production professionals, including Aphex Twin for his innovative sound design, Kraftwerk for pioneering electronic music, Skrillex and Flume for their genre-blending creativity, Diplo's versatility, Armin van Buuren's dedication to trance, The Chemical Brothers and Justice for their powerful electronic sounds, Richie Hawtin's minimal techno innovation, Grimes for her DIY approach, and Porter Robinson, Madeon, and Moby for their emotionally impactful music. Additionally, I constantly search for new music and draw inspiration from Latin American artists, particularly Colombian musicians like Sistema Solar, Mitú, MNKYBSNSS, La Payara, Meridian Brothers, Romperayo, Carmelo Torres y Los Toscos, and Andrés Landero, who blend traditional sounds with modern electronic elements to create unique and vibrant music. These artists continually push the boundaries of music production and fuel my passion for creating unique and dynamic tracks.

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

  44. A: The most common type of work I do for my clients is mixing and editing their tracks to create a polished, professional final product. This involves balancing levels, adding effects, and ensuring clarity and cohesiveness across all elements. I also frequently handle audio restoration, cleaning up recordings by removing noise and enhancing overall sound quality.


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  • Audient EVO 16 Interface
  • Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro Headphones
  • Yamaha HS8 Monitors
  • Warm Audio WA/1b Compressor & acoustically treated environment for optimal sound
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