I had a fairly bad experience at this studio. The songs I wanted to track and mix were acoustic, no drums. We added a few instruments to each song and Mike played keys and guitar on all three tracks. I thought he played great and payed him extra for his effort but I felt like I was always having to make sure Mike was feeling okay because he was moody. It was like he was the client and I was the business owner. Also, his intern slept most of the whole first day we were tracking and it was a drag having a guy on the couch snoring while we were trying to work. The last day we were supposed to meet to re-mix some songs Mike texted me and was offended by a question I had asked him about mastering. Then he cancelled our appointment 1 hour before the time we were supposed to meet and said we were not a match. It was probably the most unprofessional experience I've ever had in a studio with all 5 albums that I've made.
Salt Lake City Weekly
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