Mixing and Recording
About Rachel Alina
Rachel Alina is a mixing engineer in New York City, moving seamlessly between digital and analog depending on the sound of the album and needs of her clients. She also moves between genres, mixing with Interscope Records, SubPop, styles upon styles, independent artists, avant-garde classical groups, reggae, etc.
Her career began assisting Shelly Yakus outside of Philadelphia in the early 2000s, after which she moved to Los Angeles and worked with Greg Wells for a few years. She also worked extensively with Henry Hirsch at his private production studio, cutting to tape every day through a Helios console and mixing in ProTools.
Rachel is also passionate about mentoring the modern bedroom community of musicians, producers, and composers coming up. As such, she sets aside time every week to teach a section of The Art of Mixing for Berklee online and provide mix critiques for Gobbler.