What I Provide


You have a message from Andris:

I hear the following more and more from unhappy artists: “Before you, we went to a studio where they used a live mixer…after the engineer set up, we were told mixing is free…After the session the engineer just uploaded my track to a website or a cheap plugin, then said mastering is also free so he’ll just chuck it in…I wasn’t impressed with the results. It all sounds like when we practice.”


That’s not an album quality. That’s a live mixer and a live recording in a room. I’d call that the “fast food” version of recording. Well good news! No live mixers and quick jobs here. I like the digital workflow, but prefer the high-end analogue sound to produce audio. Best of both worlds to get you the best.

Why does everything from Heavy Rain sound better when compared?

Heavy Rain represents an all in one place where your songs get the best they deserve. You get the following when you choose me:

Treatment for your project:

-quality recording through high-end preamps…no cheap live mixers here ๐Ÿ˜‰ (ISA 430 mk ii, Neve Preamps, Universal Audio…etc.)

-editing to give you a tight sound

-track enhancement to get the best out of each track with high-end analogue equipment. (Distressor el8x, ISA 430 mk ii, Neve, Universal Audio…etc)

-mixing to get separation and a nice sounding stereo

-mastering, a finals polish for your project to make it sound bigger, better and reach industry standard loudness for physical and online releases. (SSL compressor, Tube Mastering EQ, quality limiters and everything we need to get the best out of your songs…etc.)


-music producer not just the regular recording engineer in case you’d like new ideas for your song

-songwriting if you need someone to write and compose for you

-I treat every song as it was mine

-composing / sound design

-network of musicians for your project

-free coffee, cappuccino, tea, milk, hot chocolate or just water ๐Ÿ˜‰

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“Most people think high quality audio means only good gear. But it’s not like that. It’s same like going to a good restaurant. The better the chef is and the most he looks after your food, the more enjoyable your meal will be. It’s the same in the audio world.”