In this episode of MakeMineMusic, Marc goes in deep with RX. Pulling the best out of a classic historical recording without changing any of the intricacies and memorable charm is critical. Watch as Marc cleans up Joni Mitchell’s vocals from the 1972 album “For The Roses” to get things in order for the upcoming reissue.
“Izotope has been a life saver in this. Using a two part Cocktail, I can literally get Joni’s vocal so clean and upfront that puts any unwanted bleed to the wolves’. Marc
ARTIST: Joni Mitchell
SONG: “Women of Heart and Mind”
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Marc Daniel Nelson is a Grammy and French Academy Award nominated mixing engineer, music producer and creative director. He has been mixing, producing and managing creative content for over 20 years. His Music Credits include Fleetwood Mac, Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz, Need to Breathe, Eric Burdon / Ben Harper, Francesca Battistelli, Robert Duvall, Ozomotli, Reik and more. As Protégé for both legendary producer / engineer Bill Schnee and Ken Caillat, Marc has carried the torch for impeccable quality sound and production.
His film credits include Solo, Blade Runner 2049, The Vietnam War, Mulan, The Expanse, Wild Horses, Point Break, No Manches Frida, Fractured, Amanda, Father Figures, Ya, Ty, Vin, Vona and more.
His creative management credits include executive producing the 13 episode PBS television series, creating and executive producing the national video campaign for Guitar Center and creative directing for Alcon Sleeping Giant, ArtistMax and Warner Chappell