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This time we visit with Berlin, Germany based mixing engineer Alessandro Costa. You can find him in sessions at the Blaques Room studios in Berlin. As you will hear in the podcast, Alessandro’s work is highlighted by artist relationship and understanding as well as clarifying the artist’s vision for each project. This helps him in mixing the music to best emphasize and realize the artists
Once you have listened to our brief conversation on the mixing process and Alessandro’s particular ideas on how a remote studio musician can record their part and contribute to each project at the highest possible level; make sure you listen to his examples on Soundcloud, connect on LinkedIn and follow him on Instagram.
You can get pricing information on his Sound Better profile as well.
Until next time.
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