Here you will find examples of some mixes Dave has done that he likes.
These should give you an idea of what he’s about as a mixer.
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Modern Rock tune with saturated vocals and drums.
under your spell
Under Your Spell is a song by Eric Pasley, produced by F. Reid Shippen in Nashville. I took a short session with Reid and during the course of that, was given the multitracks for this song to mix. So mix it I did. Below you will find the before mix (rough) and then the finished mix.
Great song by Eric and a blast to mix. Nashville players rock!
This was a project brought to me by Buck Moore who is an old friend and a very good artist in his own right. It is a song originally written by Mark Richards and Buck when they were playing together in a band called Throbbin’ Hoods. This was a great band! High energy fun with interesting songs. So, when Buck asked me if I wanted to take a go at producing and recording a version of the song…I naturally jumped on it, and we think it turned out great! And, it would not be the same without the wonderfully Buckonian solo. That makes it!
The first piece of audio is the rough demo/outline of the song … just acoustic and voice. The second is what it became.
A few examples from my own catalog of production projects. These were the complete process – demo to master.
Other projects that we feel are examples of great songs well produced.
This is a mix I completed for Cyrille Aimee using multitacks provided by Pure Mix and courtesy of Al Schmitt. An example of a fine performance in the Jazz Pop idiom.
Howlin’, a song by Amber Skye, an American Actress, Singer and Songwriter.