Bio

Check out my recent mixes below. This page is updated constantly, so be sure to check back every now and again to listen to more songs!


Multitracks for mixing are provided by "Produce Like A Pro" community and are property of site owner Warren Huart and the artists.


Disclaimer: All tracks are mixed and mastered for Soundcloud streaming codecs . That means a hi-end roll off at 16kHz, Levels between 14-16LUFS and an RMS level of no more than -2dBfs. This basically means that the songs are played back at a lower volume than average.


For those who wants to know more about my work in the 1980's and 90's go here.

Steve Maggiora - Hey Lady

A really nice, groovy song with Steve Maggiora behind the piano and vocal. It pays a little homeage to the seventies, not only in the style of making music, but also the sound and production.

 

This was a tough one to mix. There weren't that many tracks, but to get the piano to sit right was a challenge. Considering the piano is the instrument that drives this song, and it was recorded with ribbon mics, it was very dull sounding. I put a lot of effort into making it cut through the mix without destroying the bottom end of the bass and drums.

Lauren Taylor - Treat me Right

 

An upbeat, pop/disco song written by Lauren Taylor and Warren Huart. Warren describes it as a bit 70's influenced, but with my mix I think I took the song into the 80's.

 

Really easy to mix, and I think I didn't spend more than 3-4 hours on it.

 

The Matthews - Save me

 

A song by the Irish band The Matthews, recorded and produced by Warren. A really dense song with 100+ tracks, with just the drums taking up 30-40 tracks. The singer, Jack has quite a sibilant voice, which made the vocal track a bit of a challenge to mix, especially with a song as dense as this, to cut through.

 

But it's a powerful song with lots of expression.

Chase K - Gone

 

A nice ballad with an intricate string arrangement. Lots of keyboards, some guitar, bass and drums, and some vocals.

I found it quite challenging to mix, because there was a lot of stuff going on in the low end, making it a bit heavy. Sometimes (or most of the time) heavy is good, but in this case I thought all the low end didn't favor the song. So there's a lot of cutting the lows, and even some automated EQ cuts in various places.

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