Ghanaian sound engineer, Appiah Dankwah, popularly known as Appietus, has asked musicians to seek professional help.
He stated that musicians will be able to produce quality work after seeking professional guidance.
Appietus stressed the need for them to ask for help from professionals in an interview with Graphic Showbiz.
“Musicians who record, mix and master have problems with their sound when the final product comes out. I don’t want to mention names but the evidence is clear.
“It is not bad for musicians to record because they have studios in their homes but I just want them to do the right thing by employing competent people to polish up the final job,” he said.
The sound engineer added that he always wants to right things to be done.
“I have more than 20 years’ experience in music production and have recorded musicians in Ghana and beyond and still get jobs. When it comes to mixing, many musicians can do that. However, those who want to have quality works always seek experts’ input for the final product.
“Those who are keen on quality works approach me to mix and master their songs after recording. It is not a new thing that most musicians all over the world have home studios but they always add professional touch,” Appietus revealed.