What I Do

1. Mixing

2. Mastering

3. Music Production

4. Recording

01

Mixing

Mixing involves combining all the sounds received from the multitrack recording and balancing them in levels, making some louder than others. At the same time, a mixing engineer will balance them in terms of panning, placing them in the stereo field: left, center, right, or anywhere in between.

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website

Mastering

Mastering is the final step of audio post-production.

The purpose of mastering is to balance the sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimize playback across all systems and media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like equalization, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website
03

Music Production

Music production is the process by which music is created, captured, manipulated, and preserved so that it can be distributed and enjoyed.

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website
04

Recording

Audio recording is the process by which sound information is captured onto a storage medium like magnetic tape, optical disc, or solid-state drive (SSD). The captured information, also known as audio, can be used to reproduce the original sound if it is fed through a playback machine and loudspeaker system.

Commercial
All types of commercial work
Narration
Voice over
Promo
Promos and intro of channels or website