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RSR: Matty Harris Tells How to Write, Mix, & Master Hip-Hop

By: WhisperRoom™

February 14, 2020

Matty Harris producing music at his console

WhisperRoom™ is a proud sponsor of the podcast Recording Studio Rockstars. In each episode, Lij Shaw interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insight from the recording industry.

You can listen to the entire podcast archive of Recording Studio Rockstars here or from your favorite podcast app.

RSR Episode #229: Matty Harris Shares Tips for Writing, Mixing, & Mastering Hip Hop Tracks

In this episode of Recording Studio Rockstars, Matty Harris talks about going from #1 on iTunes to sleeping on a floor mattress in LA, cowriting hip hop as a producer, abanding Pro Tools for Studio One, and how to find and keep clients coming back through your studio website.

Listen to the episode here or stream it in the video below!

Recording Studio Rockstars – Episode #229 – Matty Harris

About Matty Harris

Boston native Matty Harris is a music producer and mixing/mastering engineer. As a young musician, he won several awards, including the best drummer in New England, tours with jazz, blues and calypso bands, and playing in clubs at the age of 14. Matty later went on to Berklee College of Music to study Music Production and Engineering.

Matty’s work in the studio includes credits for Atlantic, RCA, Warner Bros Records, Sammy Adams, A$AP Rocky, Logic, Lil Yachty, Cousin Stizz, and Grammy-award-winning song “Stronger” for Kelly Clarkson – winning the 2008 Boston Music Award for Best Hip-Hop Engineer and Producer.

Matty now lives in Los Angeles where he also runs a cool YouTube Channel called “Mix And Master My Song“. This also happens to be the name of his website and studio where he works with artists from all over the world.

Hear Matty’s story of moving from Boston to LA to pursue music and get his scoop on the best tools and techniques for creating, mixing, and mastering your music in the studio.

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