About the Studio

Though I have been making and recording music for years, it only now has occurred to me that I should open my doors to outside talent. After tweaking my setup for a year now, this little audio cottage nestled in the heart of Downtown Pensacola, Florida has all the bells and whistles of the best home recording studios. Able to handle 26 tracks simultaneously and mixed down on a 32 track console, I am capable of handling almost any size project. Granted, the live room space is limited, so orchestras are out of the picture! I also must add that my mobile recording setup is limited right now, so I am restricting my services to in-house work until further notice.

I specialize in your typical 4-piece rock n’ roll outfits, but have the tools to handle a number of setups. Singer-songwriters are welcome as well! I can aid in tracking additional instrumentation or hiring local musicians to lay down the perfect tracks. Send me a message about what you’re looking for and I should be able to fill you in on the details.

The Equipment I Use

Though I do use digital plugins where needed for additional audio processing, I try to incorporate analog devices into the signal path wherever possible. The majority of the mix is handled through my mixing console, a refurbished and modified Fender MX-5200, but that’s not to say that I don’t utilize the conveniences of digital tracking to hasten the tracking & mixing process. I’m always up to try out new experiments in the studio, so if you ever have anything crazy in mind, don’t be afraid to throw the idea my way.

All of the equipment in the studio is available for use, but bringing in your own equipment is always welcome and encouraged to capture the sound that best represents your music.


  • Fender MX-5200 Mixing Console
  • RME Hammerfall DSP Digiface
  • MOTU 2408 Mkii AD/DA Converter
  • Cockos Reaper DAW


  • Yamaha NS-690ii
  • Samson Resolv A5


  • TL Audio PA-2 Dual Valve
  • M-Audio Octane 8-Channel
  • M-Audio Profire 2626
  • ART DPS Valve

Fender MX-5200 Pres are used when needed.


  • Lexicon MX200 Effects Processor
  • Alesis Quadraverb Effects Processor
  • Digitech RDS 3.6
  • DBX 1066 Compressor/Limiter
  • DBX 266XL Compressor


  • Rode NT1-A
  • Electro-Voice RE16
  • Electro-Voice 635A
  • Electro-Voice 636
  • Shure SM57
  • Shure SM58
  • Shure PGA181
  • Shure SM91
  • Shure Beta 52A
  • Shure Unidyne B
  • Sennheiser e609
  • Audix OM2
  • Digital Reference Red Howler


  • 1968 Fender Bassman
  • 1967 Fender Bandmaster
  • 1976 Fender Champ
  • 1970s Yamaha B100
  • Isolation Cabinet


  • Yamaha CP-70B Electric Grand Piano
  • Dave Smith Mopho X4 Synthesizer
  • Kurzweil SP88X Stage Piano
  • Lowrey L2 Wandering Genie Organ
  • Tama Swingstar Drum Kit with Zildjian Cymbals
  • Roland MC-505 Drum Machine
  • Various Fender Electric Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, and Basses

Previous Work

I’ve mostly worked with young original bands around the Pensacola area, and I’m not going to lie, a lot of the work that I’ve done has been for projects that I have been involved with, whether it be my own music or written by friend’s of mine. Going forward, I’m hoping to work more with a variety of musicians and genres outside of my comfort zone. If you’d like to be one of those acts, reach out to me, and I’ll look forward to speaking with you about your next project.

Sunny The

October 2019

Gun Robo

April 2019

sw33t r3l3as3

April 2019

Gun Robo

November 2018


December 2017

Crystal Coast

December 2017

Crystal Coast

February 2017

Al Mirabella & the Mid-Life Crises

January 2017

Crystal Coast

June 2016