My project studio is equipped with selection of professional audio tools, located in an acoustically treated environment.


  • Neumann KH 120 A monitors;
  • Focal CMS 65 monitors;
  • AKG K271 Mk II headphones;
  • AKG K701 reference headphones.

Outboard & Mics

  • Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 interface;
  • Fractal Audio Systems Axe-Fx II Mk II;
  • Shure SM58 and t.bone microphones;
  • Shure PGA series drum mic set.


  • Cockos Reaper 5.9;
  • Plugins: Slate Digital Everything Bundle, Fabfilter Complete, Waves Platinum & SSL4000 bundles, Izotope, brainworx, JST;
  • Metering: Voxengo, brainworx, YouLean, Mastering the Mix Suite;
  • Sample rate conversion & dither: Slate Digital.

Guitar gear

  • Ernie Ball Music Man Majesty 7;
  • Ernie Ball Music Man JP6;
  • Sterling by Music Man JP70;
  • Hofner HA-GA04 Acoustic Guitar;
  • Fractal Audio Axe-Fx II MkII preamp + MFC-101 Foot Controller;
  • Matrix GT1000FX power amplifier;
  • NoisyBox custom cabinets;
  • Shure PSM200 wireless In Ear Monitoring system + SE215 earphones;
  • Klotz cables;
  • Dunlop Flow picks & Ernie Ball accessories.

Preparing tracks for post-production

Please send me an e-mail with a link to your files stored on a cloud service of your choice. Your tracks will need to be exported separately to individual files for each instrument channel. Your tracks need to meet the following requirements:
  • 24-bit .wav files at the same sample rate as your project (44.1 kHz or 48 kHz are most common);
  • No clipping/distortion on any channel (aim for -10 dB FS average);
  • No EQ, compression or other effects unless they are distinctive ones (delays, modulations) not possible to achieve at mixing stage;
  • Name each track accordingly and number them (i.e. 01-kick out, 02-snare top, 14-guitar_rhthm_left etc.);
  • All tracks consolidated and starting at 0:00 of the project so we can avoid sync issues;
  • If possible, include a rough mix, notes and point to some reference tracks by your favourite artists.

© 2018 Adam Muszynski