Ken Berglund is a pop, urban & electro mixing engineer, running the state of the art ‘Swedish Sound Studio’ based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Throughout the years I have had the opportunity to work with a lot of great artists. I have mixed, produced and touched up various genres and it´s been an exciting learning curve. Sound engineering is not only my passion, it´s also my expertise - Mixing and refining pop music.
Swedish Sound Studio has been a music studio since the early 80’s, delivering the most forefront metal music in Swedish history. Ken Berglund now occupies Studio A, mixing and producing a different genre - pop music - with the energy of success bouncing off the walls. Under the same roof there’s two additional creative studios working with recording and mastering.
The best and most important equipment I own are the Barefoot monitors - and my ears. That's what really matters.
Solid State Logic 4000 Console Barefoot MicroMain 27 Avid HDX AD/DA ProTools 11 HD / Logic X
I focus on the energy of the song. What is the purpose and how is it supposed to make you feel? That's my starting point when producing and mixing.
SELECTED MIXING CLIENTS: THE FOOO CONSPIRACY (#1 ALBUM SWEDEN) JEFF SCOTT SOTO ROLF STAHLHOFEN PATRICK KRONENBERGER ALESSIA D'ANDREA EMERENTIA PAULO MENDONCA JOANNLY MARTINEZ ALF HÅGEDAL DERON MATTIAS BYLUND AMY ELIZABETH WHEELER JONNA ENCKELL SIREN ON CELSO PACO & DYNAMO DELUXE FRIENDS OF MR BURNS MATTHEW MDOT FINLEY WHITEHOUSE ANDREW STRONG HENRIK NAGY BELINDA HOWARD 4PLAY WHITESTONE CALAISA
SELECTED RECORDING CLIENTS: HURTS THE FOOO CONSPIRACY ROLF STAHLHOFEN DEAD BY APRIL DIABLO SWING ORCHESTRA TOMMY NILSSON KULTIRATION ISAK DANIELSON
I listen to newly released music every day. My music references are usually from the pop genre. American pop, K-pop, J-pop but also a lot of hip hop and r’n’b inspires me in one way or another.
Feel free to follow my Spotify list ”Where to go 2015".
When you send files, please use WeTransfer.com and send to email@example.com Please look through these directions before you do:
- If your files are not edited the mix will take longer to finish - and in the end cost more money. One part of the mixing progress is to go through all edits, but do your best before you send it in for mix. Clean up your tracks from noise and clicks.
- Make sure all files are dry. This means no processed audio. If you want a certain processed sound, if possible, make two files.
- Please label all files with short names. Example: BD, BD2, SD, SD2, HH, TOM1, SYN1, BS, BS2, FX