London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 27, 2009 -- An extended project working with British singer and song writer Francesca Longrigg, brought him to London from New York, under the management of âOne Fifteen, he began working with clients such as Grace Jones, Paul Humphries, Claudia Bruken to name but a few.
Now owning his own Recording Studio in Islington, Sublime aptly named, meaning inspirational, uplifting transcendent, tries to create exactly this ambiance.
Mixing being his specialty a client can record whether it is in Pro Tools, Cubase, Logic etc. and can at this Islington Studio be converted into the right mixing format and âWOWâ it is brought to life.
A spokesman for Sublime Studios said âwe work with the best up-to-date gear, working on a Pro Tools HD3 rig with just about every plug-in available, with microphones by Neumann, keyboards, piano and many, many more other instruments to choose from, although every artist has different needs, by working with you in terms of service, rates and time-frames we can give you what you want every timeâ, he went on to say âI like our clients in the studio giving me feedback, but also quite happy for the client to leave it in my hands, and I am sure everyone will love the whole experience of Sublime Studiosâ.
There are a lot of new budding artists out there with a passion to mix their own music, recording a song is only halfway, mixing is the magic touch, and getting the perfect mix is a challenge.
There is a definite art to mixing, and Mixing in Pro Tools is one of the most challenging things you can do as a recording engineer. For a new recording engineer mixing is a complicated procedure, help is on the horizon, a spokesman for Sublime Studios went on to say âI do a one-on-one tutorial and teach mixing, mastering, production, and live sound, I am more than happy to share my trade secrets with the clientâ.
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