Andrew Maury is an American record producer, mixing engineer, and writer based in Brooklyn New York.

Management - ollie@sparkmusicgroup.com


Shawn Mendes, Shawn Mendes
Shawn Mendes - "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back"
Lewis Del Mar - 'Lewis Del Mar'
Kimbra, 'Sweet Relief'
Grace Mitchell, 'NOW'
Post Malone, Stoney
DD Walker, Malibu EP
Youngr, 'Ooh Lordy'
CRUISR, 'Go For It'
Flor, 'Come Out You're Hiding'
COIN, 'How Will You Know If You Never Try'
RAC, 'Ego'
Strange Names, 'Use Your Time Wisely'
High Highs, 'Cascades'
Ask Me Anything
@Alex Ponce asked:
What reverb did you use on Shawn Mendes's Vocals on There's Nothing Holding Me Back??
@AMP replied:

looking at the session, there are 3 verb sends that different tracks / sections use in different amounts.

@Jared asked:
I know every song is different, but on average how long do you spend on mixing one song? How long did it take for you to develop your mixing process and strategy?
@AMP replied:

Best case scenario tends to be that the artist signs off on the mix after 2 revisions. Worst case scenario... i've gone up to #18. With high revision counts, its often the case that I end up helping with the production, editing, arrangement, and integrating additional layers along the way. I think on average, I spend about 10 collective hours working on a song and its mix 7 or 8 that goes to mastering. I find it most comfortable when there is time to sit with the mix over the course of 2 weeks. With perfect ITB recalls, it allows me to chip away at a mix with a lot of fresh perspective.

@Cameron asked:
Hey Andrew! For Coin’s recent album did you oversee mixing for the whole album or several songs out of the album? If several, I’d love to know which ones.
@AMP replied:

Tim Pagnotta produced + mixed 4 songs on the record and Chad Wahlbrink mixed 1. I mixed the rest. We did not communicate with each other, but the album feels cohesive to me!

@Walter asked:
Have you ever mixed a famous album only "in the box"?
@AMP replied:

I have been mixing ITB exclusively since the end of 2016. I'll let you determine which of those releases count as "famous" :)

@Ryan asked:
Do you mix in Logic X?
@AMP replied:

As I answer this question in October of 2018, yes. I usually mix in Logic because I prefer it and know it best. Sometimes I mix in PT if it seems like its going to be a smoother process to work from someone's production session file. I think arguing about the sound quality of DAWs is a massive distraction. I've done tests comparing PT and Logic with a routing scheme and array of many plugins that had identical settings. To my ear, there was no stark difference.

@Mehmet asked:
Those blue cylindrical things... Are they bass traps?
@AMP replied:

yes - theyre ASC Tube Traps. i have them configured in what is called an "attack wall." look it up!

@Donny Ingram asked:
Are you from Bethesda, MD?
@AMP replied:

i am

@Aaron asked:
The vocals on coins album are awesome. How did you get that distortion? Is it tape or is it a decapitator? Love your work man.
@AMP replied:

likely decapitor, yes!

@Davide asked:
How old are you?
@AMP replied:

born in '85