YOU WANT TO EARN A LIVING MAKING ROCK MUSIC? DEMAND ATTENTION!
A well-mixed record can be the difference between earning a living doing what you love and working countless dead-end jobs just so you can fund your musical fix. I'm sure you'd like proof, but I’ll explain this more later on. First, let me ask you,
Who mixed your last recording? A great mix is like a master key; it opens a myriad of doors. An A&R rep is compelled to listen, as if your music is reaching out from the speakers and grabbing his attention. Fans are spreading the word about your great new album, wanting to be known as the ones to have been your fan before you went ‘big.‘ Venue owners are more than happy to get you on that paid gig. Radio station programing directors are excited to play your single. And all of this can help you achieve what you really want...making a living doing what you love.
This should lead you to ask yourself one very important question: Does your recording demand attention?
Rock bands that have invested in a great mix engineer have a recording that demands attention, and they’re earning a living with it. Their music blows away
- fans - A&R reps - radio station programming directors - managers - booking agents - venue owners, - and many others!
If you’d like to be counted among those bands, I’d love to help you unlock doors that have been closed to you for so long, and I'll start by letting you in on the secret of how it's done...
"Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the most anal ears in America! I used to despise how critical Ryan's ears were of my projects, until I finally gave in and joined forces. Now I can always be guaranteed that my production sounds the best that it can be because I trust this man's ears. Always a straight shooter, Ryan is not satisfied until your mix is right." -Jeremy Mix, Encore Studios & Mix Management