I am a freelance music producer/sound engineer/audio editor currently producing music and audio for a diverse array of clients. I'm based in Skerries, County Dublin
I'm now taking bookings for late 2020. I'm currently working on EPs, a few short films scores and podcast work. No live bookings for now, until the COVID-19 situation significantly improves :-(
A little more about me...
In 2016 I graduated from Pulse College with a first-class honours degree in Music Production, having being an audio hobbyist for years. For the last 4 years now I have been operating freelance, mainly around Dublin but I do travel when needed. My passion is recording, editing and mixing music. I’ll make sure your finished product is exactly what you wanted and more. This means I’ll devote my time to you in order to help you realise the best version of your song. My studio is a small but lean operation, where we can create your recordings in a nurturing, supportive, low pressure environment. Unless, y'know, deadlines! ;-)
Together we can create something wonderful. My studio has all the equipment necessary to create songs, audiobooks, voiceovers, sound effects for commercial projects, small films, and personal projects. I am also upgrading my studio in 2020 with new monitors, microphones and outboard. I have good relationships with larger studios for larger projects.
Also, check out the very informative podcast which I've been editing for Via Production in Oregon, USA since early 2019 https://viaproductions.org/podcast/
As reviewed in the Irish Times
This was one of my first jobs after graduating from Pulse in 2016. This is a Hallowe'en trailer, a deliberate pastiche of "IT", commissioned by the Harbour Bar in Bray. I was given the video and some clips of dialogue and I filled in the rest with exciting and dramatic trailer music and sound effects. I also edited the vocal tracks for added effect - especially noticeable for the lines "you'll float too!". I've done quite a few short film scores since.
This is a lovely track that I'm very happy with. It started life as a rock groove reminiscent of Bill Withers playing a Faith No More song. It ended up like this; a slower, moodier, cinematic protest song with real strings (by the Bohemian string quartet www.string-quartet.ie) composed and scored by me, and additional sound design and effects and lots and lots of editing and arranging. Song performed by Mick Joyce and the Sonic Gypsies (with some additional bass guitar from me). Recorded in Windmill Lane studios and my home studio. Enjoy!
You can check out my testimonials and recomendations on my linkedin page https://www.linkedin.com/in/gtully2112/
"It was a pleasure to work with Graham. His combination of technical expertise, musical knowledge, attention to detail and, not least, a great set of ears all work to achieving a great end result. Graham knows how to coax the best performance from the musician and will also offer creative input when required. Graham is a true and dedicated professional." Vin Allen, singer/songwriter
"Graham did an amazing job on the score for a 19 minute short film...He completely got the brief and delivered a soundtrack that enhanced the film 100%. He delivered on time everytime. Highly recommended." - Zeff Lawless, director.
"Graham has done sound design, music composition and audio mixing for a couple of video projects for me, and I've found him very professional and easy to work with. It's clear that Graham takes pride in his work, and he has always delivered to a high standard." - David Keeling, Screenwriter and Director
"Top bloke! Worker of miracles. Fixer of stuff." - Derek Williams, National Museum of Ireland