I am a Steinberg-certified mixing engineer/producer offering remote mixing and mastering services. I have a dedicated mix/master hybrid studio which utilizes a state-of-the-art digital audio workstation along with professional outboard gear. My primary genres are pop, rock, jazz. I'd love to hear about your project, feel free to contact me!
The music is my life-long love and passion for more than thirty years and counting.
I dream to be able to record, produce, mix, and perform everything I imagine. From a musical idea to a ready piece in a matter of days, that would be great.
Upon my endeavors in the video games -- I'll let the world be as it is ) I hope to help a few people with my music: to save them from boredom, or to amuse them. Apart from that -- the world is just too complicated a thing.
It must be Pink Floyd's "Shine on you crazy diamond". The intro is absolutely epic, it always made me so exited.
I love Flying Colors, Genesis, Spock's Beard of the art-prog flavor. Dirty Loops and Valery Stepanov are the recently found jewels. All-time classics like Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Dio, Soundgarden...
It all starts with a feeling. Sometimes it's something positive and relaxing, like that time when a cup of tea on a Saturday morning led me to write a Bossa tune. Or no one answers my DMs and the posts get zero involvement -- then I fell blue and write sad and angry music.
There's too much hate and dirt in the world -- here's some warmth and love to soothe the pain and entertain the mind, with a good songwriting ;)
Most of the times I play supportive part, so I let the front person engage the audience while myself being a frame to his/here picture.
It's a vicious cycle in many branches of music: bad taste leads to demand in substandard music. Which the pros have to deliver in order to provide for themselves and families. They hate it and rant about it on the musicians' forums, but as long as there is demand, there will be ones who are ready to supply.
I haven't made my mind yet.
When someone talks during the performance.
We play gigs together once in a while. Lately, it's almost purely online collaboration.
A good set of networking skills will take the music to a larger audience. And, sadly, it has nothing to do with the artistic value of the music per se. I don't believe that some unique and interesting piece of music will ever compete with a million-dollars-worth of distribution attempt.
Dirty Loops, Valery Stepanov.