The Making Of Aloha Supreme: Mixing

I love the part where Dean sends me mixes via email.

Our relationship as producer and artist is a collaboration, and a lot of Dean’s musical vision comes out in the mixing process.  He mixes alone, and we both prefer it that way.  When it’s your own music, it’s hard to be objective.

Here’s an example of the kinds of choices Dean will make during the mixing process:

“Bobcat” ending before

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and after

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Space is almost always more interesting, isn’t it?

If you like this little sample and want to pre-order a copy of the album, click on the button below.  You’ll also be helping me to fund this endeavor!

Thanks so much for all the support so far.

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