DAVID A. LOPEZ
Partnering with production professionals to bring music into the world.
Contrary to popular belief mixing isn’t about EQ or effects. It’s about understanding your vision for the song and bringing that vision to life. We specialize in Mixing so you can focus on creating music that resonates with your fans.
Mastering is about balance across a song or an album’s entire audio spectrum. Too often I hear, “Why do I have to master? I’m already peaking at 0db.” That’s not the same thing. Mastering can make or break your record.
Not satisfied with your mix or master, but don’t want to redo either process? Do you have vocals or instruments that don’t quite have that sparkle, body or punch? We are exceptional at giving your music that finishing touch.
Welcome to David A. Lopez Mixing, Mastering, and Audio Finishing. We have a deep passion for music and music production. We believe music is art and that art must be in the world. We know that creating great art can be very difficult and frustrating. That’s why we also believe that creative people need partners. We don’t consider ourselves only to be engineers. The industry is saturated with great engineers. We are here to be your go-to resource for taking your music to the next level.
We’re here to be your Post-Production Partner.
Send high-resolution files of your project with a description of your desired outcome.
We’ll do what we do and send back an mp3 of our work for you to approve.
Listen to your project on a high quality system and provide feedback or changes.
When you approve the project, we’ll send you the high-resolution files for release.
Are you in need of a qualified Post Production Partner?
Mixing and Mastering, the post-production process, can help to achieve the correct balance, volume, and depth for a style of music. We add clarity and punch to your project, giving it more vitality.
A good Mastering Engineer will know how to hit the “sweet spot” where your tracks are exactly loud enough to sound at their best on all playback systems and platforms.
Mastering improves clarity and definition. Fixing problems like imbalances in instrument levels makes the sound fuller and more polished. It reduces noise levels, EQ for balance, and compress for a more consistent sound, providing a wider range of frequencies.
Mixes should be delivered in a format that alters the sound by the least amount. For digital mixes, an uncompressed format (AIFF or WAV) should be used rather than compressed formats like MP3 or AAC.