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Best mixing engineers today ? R&B/HIp-Hop

Best mixing engineers today ? R&B/HIp-Hop

Ray Seay
Thill Tan
Manny Marroquin
Jaycen Joshua
Noah Shebib
Russ Elevado
Mike Dean
Serban Ghenea
Dave Pensado
Young Guru
Ken Lewis (Composer )
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Manny Marroquin
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The only name I can think of off hand that I actually think is dope is Noah "40" Shebieb
He's the one that has engineered a lot of Drake and the Weekend tracks.
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D.Pensado of course. Oh yeah, and me Juan Verrett
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fabian marasciullo 1st
leslie brathwaite 2nd

guru for sure

those are the ones that i copy nobody getting drums to hit like fabian that ive heard to this day... i dont care about lyrics when the drums bang that hard... holey moley... lesie brathwaite is a beast too, but i think fabian edge him out... guru is a consistent engineer and has mixed some good songs all the jay z albums were done well... my fav work of his was blueprint series and black album
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pensado need to open a school i would sign up right now most creative engineer ive ever seen i can't believe some of the things he does in a mix that he shows on pensados place... thinks like nobody else i love it
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Whoever mixed Drake. For R&B it's Russ Elevado for my money.
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Vitamin D, who mixed 'the stimulus package' from freeway and the latest brother ali album. Great engineer!
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leslie brathwaite 2nd
Definitely agree with that.

I wouldn't have a favourite but Leslie is one that stands out to me in this moment in time. He seems to have the ability to achieve really nice separation and clarity but yet it still sounds hip hop. I reference the Yelawolf "Trunk Muzik 0-60" quite a bit actually.
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Definitely agree with that.

I wouldn't have a favourite but Leslie is one that stands out to me in this moment in time. He seems to have the ability to achieve really nice separation and clarity but yet it still sounds hip hop. I reference the Yelawolf "Trunk Muzik 0-60" quite a bit actually.
nice... i agree with you
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Ken Lewis, Mike Dean, Serban Ghenea.
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Let me rephrase that, some of the most commercially successful. There's quite a few talented engineers around here. There's too many to name.
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