Andrei: Tbh I don’t use a lot of mics since I’m mostly mixing and mastering or producing from scratch these days, but I thought it might be useful to note that some of the most successful music I’ve ever worked on was recorded with mics worth a lot less than the ones in this list. Don’t stress about gear choice, just make good songs and be nice to people and eventually you’ll be able to try out any mic in the world.
Andrei Eremin is one of Australia’s most illustrious young producers. Having had his fingers in the pies of many like-minded, forward-thinking artists, you’ll find his name attached to some of the most exciting records to come out of the country in the last 5 years. At the tender age of 25, his work has already been nominated for a Grammy and an ARIA, achieved Gold-selling status and gone #1 on both iTunes and Billboard charts.
His studio credits already include releases for Sony, Warner, Ghostly International, Future Classic, Remote Control; he works out of his own private studio located at Jack the Bear’s Deluxe Mastering facilities. Eremin has fast become one of Australia’s most sought after names in production, mixing and mastering amongst the most promising young talent in the country. His discography is a long one for such a young producer, but here are a few you might recognise: Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote, Miami Horror, Japanese Wallpaper, Fractures, Slumberjack, KLLO, TA-KU, Lanks, Remi, Sticky Fingers, Wafia, BUOY, Tiny Little Houses, Oscar Key Sung, Banofee, Kilter, GL and Rainbow Chan.
Yeah. Impressive doesn’t even cut it.
You can check out his website here.