Canadian Pop singer. Produced by Jonathan Nathaniel.
We specialize in making your music sound and feel great.
With an outstanding team of audio specialists, Weiss-Sound is here to bring the absolute best out of your music. Explore what we offer in the areas of production, recording, mixing and mastering.
Matthew Weiss is a Grammy nominated and Spellemann Award winning engineer. He began his career assisting such notable engineers and producers as Bobby Eli, Mark Marshall, Denise Barbarita, and Ron St. Germaine. His clientele include award winning and Billboard charting artists such as Arrested Development, Dizzee Rascal, Uri Caine, Sonny Digital, Mega Ran, King Midas, Armageddon, Ronnie Spector, and !llmind. In 2015, Matthew executive produced the self-titled album "Soul Veggies" which debuted at #47 on the Indie Billboard Chart, #97 on the Hip Hop Billboard Chart, and #188 on Billboard's Top 200. In addition to his engineering, Matthew has appeared as a guest speaker at Cornell University, ProStudio Live, SXSW, and SUNY Fredonia. His audio education tutorials are among the best selling and most highly regarded resources in the field of music production.
Additional credits include Juicy J, MURS, Royce Da 5'9", Jean Grae, Gift of Gab, 88-Keys, Kool Keith, Homeboy Sandman, Joel Ortiz, Esoteric, Khao, Space Cowboy, J Son, Shai Linne, Han Bennink, Naledge, Abby Ahmad, Jenna Torres, Siri Stranger, and Venessa Bley; as well as, The Warner Chappell Music Group, Non Stop Music Group, Comcept USA, Atlantic Records, Brick Records, and Lampmode Ent.
Chris Athens began his career as an assistant at Sony Mastering in NYC. After working his way up the ranks he was hired on as a full time engineer at Sterling Sound. Since his start, Chris boasts having mastered at least one record on a Billboard Top 10 chart every week of his career for thirteen years straight. In 2012, Chris left Sterling to start his own independent mastering service.
His clients include Rick Ross, J. Cole, Drake, Lil' Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Mikky Ekko, Gorilla Zoe, Sean Paul, Nicki Minaj, Childish Gambino, Robert Glasper, Tech N9ne, Jason Mraz, Ben Folds, Coldplay, and Fred Hammond.
Lukas has been involved with music since early childhood - successfully mastering pot and pan drumming at the tender age of 3 - and has never looked back.
Lukas was involved with music throughout school, and eventually enrolled in his bachelor studies at the SAE institute of Frankfurt. During his studies, he started freelancing at a local studio and taking on his first jobs as a recording and mixing engineer. Since receiving his bachelor's degree, he has been working as a freelance engineer for various artists all over the world, establishing himself as an excellent engineer.
Mastering is the final piece of the audio process. The mastering engineer offers a fresh perspective on the general sonics of the record and makes small but important changes to ensure the mix translates as best as possible.
When mixing, our engineers' goal is to bring the feel of your record to life. The sonic needs of each record are unique and we pride ourselves in approaching your mix with this in mind, allowing its distinctive voice to shine through.
Private Commercial Facility located in North Hollywood, California. Booking available for full day or half day recording.
<p>How to use compression, tape saturation and more to glue together live drums with sampled drums in a mix.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com/video/tips-gluing-together-acoustic-drums-sampled-drums-mix/">Tips for Gluing Together Acoustic Drums with Sampled Drums in a Mix</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com">The Pro Audio Files</a>.</p>
<p>A one-minute mix tip from Matthew Weiss on using soft knee compression on a snare drum sample. </p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com/video/soft-knee-compression-drum-samples-1-minute-mix-tip/">Soft Knee Compression on Drum Samples [1-Minute Mix Tip]</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com">The Pro Audio Files</a>.</p>
<p>A one-minute mix tip from Matthew Weiss on getting a fat and dry snare drum sound by using an expander before a compressor.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com/video/expansion-compression-snare-drum-1-minute-mix-tip/">Expansion Before Compression on Snare Drum [1-Minute Mix Tip]</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://theproaudiofiles.com">The Pro Audio Files</a>.</p>