When you act as a producer for a band, how much creative involvement do you have? Do you simply record and mix, or are you there arranging material and so on? Which do you prefer?
Sometimes I'm hired to be an engineer with an opinion, taking care of the interface between people and machines and occasionally, when asked, telling people what I think.
Sometimes people send me their entire multitrack and leave me to do my thing without any interference and I send them a finished record.
Sometimes I'm required to work closely with an artist and push things along in the direction I feel they should be moving.
More often I'm required to move seamlessly between all three.
Have you thought of making the albums in Vinyl LP format?
I bet it would sound amazing! Love the sound of LP :) and Ott
How do you create the sound of percussion as if it was 'underwater' so to speak? An example would be the intro of the drums around the 54 second mark in your remix of 'Around the World in a Tea Daze'Ott responded on 03/07/2012