I'm a mixing engineer based currently in Brooklyn, NY, and I also offer remote guitar recordings and podcast editing. Being a guitar player for over a decade, I'm constantly on the search for the best tone, whether it be from my guitar acoustically, the amp, or through microphones into my DAW. I'm experienced with genres from: Jazz, improvised music, rock, singer-songwriter, folk, indie, and more 

As a musician myself, I have the experience playing with live bands, composing music, a wealth of knowledge in music theory, and more. When working with me, you’ll get the unique experience of working with a fellow regularly gigging musician and a mutual respect of creativity. When mixing, I cater more to the arrangement and flow of the song, in addition to the emotion reactions more than the technical details.   

I work with projects of all sizes (including remote recording projects, see "Breeze - Alex Sipiagin Ensemble") and my rates are extremely flexible.         

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Bachelors of Music in Jazz Studies (Magna Cum Laude) May 2017 - Florida International University 

Partial Graduate Studies in Jazz and Contemporary Music - September 2018-May 2019  - Longy School of Music of Bard College 

Masters of Music in Jazz Studies - Anticipated Graduation May 2021  - New York University 

Relevant Coursework - 

Jazz Arranging (Fall 2015) - FIU (Cisco Dimas) 

Midi Technology (Spring 2017) - FIU (Jacob Sudol) 

Jazz Composition (Fall 2018) - Longy (Greg Hopkins) 

Lydian Chromatic Concept (Fall 2018-Spring 2019) - Longy (Ben Schwendener) 

Scoring Techniques (Fall 2019) - NYU (Irwin Fisch)  

Advanced Audio Production (Spring 2020) - NYU (Brandie Lane) 

Mixing in the DAW (Fall 2020) - NYU (Kevin Killen)