Recording & Audio Production
I’m just starting to turn my music recording hobby into a professional service. This means you can get really high-quality stuff at an affordable price.
I’m still a learner, but I work doggone hard to get it right and give helpful feedback along the way. Listen to my work.
All the nitty-gritties of audio production, including recording, editing, and mixing.
- Full band tracking (up to 8 microphones)
- Vocal demos
- Spoken word
- Recorded rehearsals
- Live audio recordings
- Field recording
- Mixing and (basic) mastering
- Music creation (original music for videos, podcasts, guided meditations, and more)
Gear and Toys Available
- Fender Bassman 135 Head
- Fender Super Reverb 45 Combo
- Music Man 65 head
- 70's Orange 4x12
- Home Made Electro Voice modeled 2x12 loaded with 2 EVM12L's
- Fender 2x15
- Electro Voice Style 15
- 1976 Ludwig Vistalite
- 24" Kick 14" Rack Tom 18" Floor Tom
- 1970 Polaris
- 20" Kick 12" Rack Tom 16" Floor Tom
- 14x6.5" Black Beauty Snare
- Weird Percussion Things
- Dream Cymbals 24" Flat Ride, 22" Crash/Ride 15" Hi-Hats
- 1960's Ludwig Jazz Festival Snare
- Assortment of SM57 SM58 Beta 52 Kick and Rode NT4 stereo condenser
- Too many to name, notably Vintage Electro Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man, Moogerfoogers, Strymon, Earthquaker Devices, Chase Bliss Audio and a lot of EAR Electronics
I use Logic Pro X on my fancy Mac with a Presonus FireStudio interface. I also have some guitars you could use if you wanted as well and a baritone and bass.
My recording space is in my home right in the Twin Cities. It's got a quaint cabin-like feel. Perfect for when you crave the smell of cedar siding and wood burning in the fireplace, but can’t make the trip up north.
When you need a break, just chat with the dogs, walk down to the lake, or drink a beer on the porch.