• Accordion
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Background Singer
  • Bagpipes
  • Banjo
  • Bass Guitar
  • Cello
  • Clarinet
  • Composer
  • DJ
  • Dobro
  • Drums
  • Duo
  • Electric Guitar
  • Electronic Music
  • Engineer
  • Event Musician
  • Fiddle
  • Flute
  • Harmonica
  • Harp
  • Keyboard
  • Lead Guitar
  • Mandolin
  • Mastering
  • Mixing
  • Music Production
  • Other
  • Other Precussion
  • Piano
  • Producer
  • Professional Band
  • Recording Studio
  • rehearsal studio
  • Repair
  • Rhythm Guitar
  • Saxophone
  • Song Writing
  • Sound Designer
  • Steel Guitar
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet
  • Ukulele
  • Upright Bass
  • Violin
  • Vocalist
  • Vocalist - Alto
  • Vocalist - Baritone
  • Vocalist - Bass
  • Vocalist - Soprano
  • Vocalist - Tenor
  • Vocals
  • Wedding Band

Cooper Anderson

Diamond Producer/Engineer

Grammy-winning Diamond & multi-Platinum Engineer and Producer. Credits include Kanye West (Platinum), Fun.(Diamond), John Legend(Platinum), Wu Tang Clan, Rick Ross, etc. Services include Mixing, Production and Mastering. Please do not contact me if you are looking for cheap. I provide quality and value, and my competitive indie rates are listed.

—– All Production packages now include a Zoom session with high quality audio by Audiomovers —–

—– Now offering hybrid Analog/Digital mixing with analog summing and processing at high sample rates —–

Hit records of the highest quality are the number one passion of Producer/Engineer/Songwriter Cooper Anderson.
Since as early as he can remember, Cooper Anderson has loved music. He has been recording music since, at the age of 3, he got his first boom box; he quickly found the button marked with a little red dot.
Cooper graduated from the first full-time Contemporary Music and Production technical high school program in the USA. He went on to graduate with honors from the Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Production and Engineering.
Having previously interned and worked with major label artists in New York City, Cooper returned to the Big Apple after college to work with Producer/Mixer Ken Lewis.
Kanye West, Just Blaze, Jay – Z and Ghostface Killah are just a few of the world-renowned artists with whom Cooper has worked during his career of writing, producing, engineering, mixing and mastering music with major Rock, Dance, and Pop artists.

Average price – $2000 per song
Mixing Engineer
Average price – $500 per song
Mastering Engineer
Average price – $50 per song
Average price – $1500 per song
Beat Maker
Average price – $1000 per song
Ghost Producer
Average price – $2000 per song

The Answers by Emery Kelly
I was the Songwriter, Producer, Mixing Engineer, Mastering Engineer in this production:

– The Answers by Emery Kelly
– Find the Light by DJ Funsize
– Get Up Offa That Thang by Emery Kelly and the James Brown Academy Band
– Completely Crazy by Robin Eichinger

Payment is a 50% non-refundable deposit up front. Please send any applicable files before making a payment so that I can check them out.

Country,EDM,Electronic,Hip Hop,Pop,Pop-Rock,ReggaeRock
Kanye West, David Guetta, The Chainsmokers

Pro Tools HDGML 8200SSL
SiXNeve 33122aAdam
EdenAvalon Vt737
Waves MercuryUAD2
QuadSoundtoys 5
Revoice ProAbleton 10
SuiteLogic Pro X
MelodyneAutotuneLexiconPlugin Alliance


Q Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.


Q What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

EDM producers, live bands, Grammy winners

Q Tell us about your studio setup.

Hybrid analog/digital Pro Tools HD with LOTS of plugins. Control room and live room. Parking available and near transit

Q What's your typical work process?

I like to start a mix by listening to the rough mix a few times to get a vibe of the song. Then I start the mix with all of the faders down from the bottom up (Drums first.) I try to get a quick mix going with just levels and pans first and then go back and tweak stuff. By the time I'm done, I'm familiar with the parts of the song and how they all work

Q What do you bring to a song?

I'm a finisher. I like to do whatever it takes to get the job done. In mixing, it's generally the final "polish," but also sometimes I hear extra delays or FX that are cool for the song. If I have an idea I'm not afraid to try it, but also not adamant if it doesn't fit the clients vision.