Specialising in Indie Rock & Pop, I can turn your song into a professional level recording, giving it the direction it needs. Full production includes writing & arrangement, tracking, editing, and mixing.
I can take home or studio recorded raw tracks and turn them into polished, professional recordings, stamped with your own unique sound.
With a Master’s degree in Music Composition, I am available to teach one-to-one or group sessions on composition or production.
If you would like to discuss any of this more, send me an email by clicking ‘Contact’ below – I am always happy to help.
Andy is a producer, composer and mix engineer from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. He is the currently the guitarist of Drive and formerly of VITO, touring internationally and receiving global press & radio interest.
After graduating from Newcastle University with a Master’s degree in Music Composition, he took to recording studios, recording & producing clients from all genres, ranging from his normal clientele of Acoustic and Pop/Rock acts to Rap & Metal, even writing music for TV & Film spots.
Looking to work with Andy? Get in touch below.
“Andy is professional, dedicated, and extremely good at what he does. It’s a great feeling to know the studio is in the hands of an experienced engineer who really cares about our customer and equipment. More importantly, the work he delivers is always to the highest standard; he’s a pleasure to work with, and his flexibility, knowledge and hunger to succeed impresses me every time I work with him.”
Studio Owner & Producer
“Goes above and beyond to fit your expectations. Great mixing quality, great production and great chat to go along with it. If you want someone to work with in a studio or on a musical project then look no further.”
“Great engineer and producer! Felt really comfortable in the room, and the direction he gave for recording helped improve the performance as well as the flawless mix of the song in the end.”
Actor/Musician (I, Daniel Blake)
”He’s helped bring ideas to the table and craft together parts of these songs I wouldn’t have seen on my own.”