I have produced albums for Down for the Count, and for singer-songwriter Amy Walton. I usually mix in Logic Pro X (although am also happy working in ProTool). Check out some samples of my producing below.
I have a high-quality home studio in Warwick, which is available for a wide range of services:
- Band recording
- Vocal tracking
- Piano/Rhodes/Hammond organ and percussion tracking
Here are some examples of work produced at my home studio.
Logic Pro X
AKG c414 (stereo matched pair)
Sontronics STC-3X (excellent vocal condenser with switchable polar patterns)
Sontronics STC-10 (2)
sE X1R ribbon mics (2)
Shure SM57, SM58, 57A Beta, 58A Beta
Piano, Keyboards and patches
Yamaha U3 Upright piano
Roland RD-700 stage piano
Hammond SK-1 (excellent Hammond organ patches)
Korg SV-1 (excellent Rhodes/Wurlitzer patches)
Roland VR-09 synth
Congas, bongoes, timbales, various handheld percussion (tambourine, shakers, mark tree, claves etc), x2 timpani, vibraphone, xylorimba, tubular bells
I also have a remote studio, the heart of which is an exceptional 32-channel Mackie digital mixing desk. The multi-track recording possible with this desk means that you can multi-track 32 channels of audio just about anywhere you can wheel a medium sized flight case.
Check out the following recordings of an 18-piece function band made with my remote studio.