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Audio recording and mixing inc. engineer / producer per day

SKU 102-rec-per-day
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Recording studio hire with engineer / producer (per hour). Read more here.

For longer and more involved projects, perhaps a daily rate is more appropriate. Hey, don't rush it! Select days under 'Quantity'.

Modern, state-of-the-art recording equipment and some beautiful vintage synths and guitar / bass systems, is just scratching the surface. Being a musician / song-writer himself, Alex loves working with fellow musicians towards achieving the best possible results. Squeezing every ounce of juice out of his studio, he applies the same to the people he works with, often without them even being aware.

A few words from Alex:

Over the decades, I’ve had debates and even passionate arguments about DAWs, monitors, plug-ins, effects, guitar amps but at the end of the day, it all comes down to your senses. And your senses only get tuned with experience.

I don’t want my time wasted and I won’t waste anyone else’s time so sometimes it’s easier to stop and take a step back. People don’t do that anymore because time is money so more often than not, artists end up with recording perhaps not their best performance. That upsets me.

Now-a-days, many studios are very reliant on plug-ins and many engineers / producers have their ‘go-to’ patches. Yes, it’s quick and can even deliver impressive results but for me, that’s not what music is about, I’m afraid. My philosophy is to use as little compression, eq and effects, as possible and 99% of the time, I only use such processes to enhance an incredibly excellent take. I do NOT use processing to try to ‘mask’ a bad take or mix. What a waste of time!

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