What I Can Do For You

I can record your midi cello on a real cello at my studio or arrange a string part for your track within a day. I can tune your vocals and time quantise your tracks, or mix and master them with a quick turnaround. Looking for a producer or recording engineer who can take your track to the next level? Send me a message.

 
 

STRING ARRANGEMENT & CELLO

After playing in bands and as a session cellist for more than 10 years, I’d say writing string arrangements and recording the cello is what I do best. If you want me to write a string part (up to 4 parts) and also record it from my own studio and send it back, it is possible! Also, although the cello is not a violin, don’t underestimate the sound of a cello quartet! The cello has a very large range and can play low bass notes and also high melodic lines. If you already have a cello part in mind, you can send me the midi track and I’ll be happy to record and deliver it in the specs of your preference.

 

EDITING, MIX & MASTERING

After graduating at Abbey Road Institute, I am now able to offer my skills in post-production editing (including audio restoration/repair, time alignment, vocal tuning/pitch correction), mixing and mastering. Since I grew up playing classical music, the music I like to mix most is anything with real instruments. My main DAWs are Pro Tools 2018 and Logic Pro X and I can work my way around Ableton if needed. I use a Universal Audio Apollo Twin MKII Quad audio interface and love to do effects processing with my favourite plugins from UAD, FabFilter and Soundtoys.

 

PRODUCTION & RECORDING

As a music producer, I’ve had experience running my own band recordings at Abbey Road Institute (my final school project was with 19 people which included a 13-piece big band!), and along with my experience as Assistant Recording Engineer at Red Bull Studios in Amsterdam, I am very familiar with the pre-production process, studio recording equipment including analog console Solid State Logic (SSL 4000/8000), outboard gear, which microphones to use, where to place them and recording a session to a DAW.