My new album ”The Silent Watcher” is out today.
It’s an aging junglist’s take on D&B / bass music. Today is my 37th birthday and the only way I’m celebrating it is by releasing this album.
I’m allowing you to pay what you want for it; I don’t even know what people should be charged for music these days. Zero is a valid price, too, if you can’t afford anything, but in that case I’d kindly ask you to share it – if you like it, that is.
It’s also out via all typical outlets and streaming services.
I said some time ago I wouldn’t offer mixing anymore due to being so busy with mastering and other audio engineering stuff.
I’ll have to recondsider that and say I’ll take mixing work in on “If I have time” basis. The amount of work in my hands and the nature of its acuteness varies a lot, so I’ll definitely have time for mixing and mastering every now and then.
Contact via email for more info and pricing.
I especially love mixing hip hop a lot.
Big album mixing and mastering projects especially may need a raincheck, but for now, just get in touch if you need mixing.
I’m trying to limit the amount of stems to 20 absolute max.
Pricing varies depending on the amount of work required.
FatGyver is back with another album.
“Helsinkinstrumentals” is one stubborn hip hop lover’s testament to hip hop in 2017.
If you like your beats fat, your samples fresh, and the vibes raw and uncut, this is for you. And if you like rap, hey, we got Blu and Raw Poetic on board.
Old school, new school, true school Continue reading FatGyver: “Helsinkinstrumentals” out now
PRICING FOR 2017
• mastering 1–4 songs: €50 per song (turnaround time 1–3 days)
• mastering 5 songs or more: €44 per song
• mixing from stems: contact for availability / rates
Batch discounts apply.
VAT is charged in EU.
Questions regarding pricing? Contact via email.
Back to work after a holiday…20 songs in the queue and more coming! To be honest, I was already spending the weekend mixing and mastering some hip hop from Washington, DC.
To kick off the year, I wanted to drop a piece of some good basic info on “How loud should my mix be peaking before submitting it to mastering?” as that gets asked a lot, and there’s a lot of misinformation around.