My name is Guy Joyner and I am the founder and lead sound engineer at Sine-Post Audio. Whilst music production has been a passion of mine since a young age, my first foray into the world of entertainment media was actually working in computer games as a level and content designer. Over a number of years I worked for several big games companies on a wide catalogue of games, honing my craft and gaining invaluable experience in working in a high-pressure, deadline-driven field. But, much as I enjoyed making games, I have always loved working on music.
With this in mind, I decided to put this passion into practice and left the games industry, retraining as a sound engineer at the prestigious Alchemea College of Audio Engineering in South London and I haven’t looked back since.
I have had a varied career thus far in sound engineering, undertaking roles such as keyboard technician for legendary punk-rock band The Stranglers at live events in Europe, and recording sound for interviews with cult movie actors Tommy Wiseau (The Room) and Matt Karedas (Samurai Cop 1 & 2), but my primary interest lies in studio production and mixing.
This diversity of experience has led to my approach to music production and mixing being predominantly design-focussed, and I carefully consider every process that I undertake to ensure it benefits the music. That is not to say that I don’t experiment with sound, as I love testing out new tricks and techniques, but I never make changes ‘just for the sake of it’ and am quick to acknowledge when an idea doesn’t work.
As a producer, I fully understand that the creation of music is a highly involving, personal experience and that it takes a large leap of faith to hand over your project to someone else in order to put the finishing touches to it. As such I am always happy to listen to and act on your ideas as well as discussing my own, in order to realise your music to its fullest potential.
I look forward to working with you soon.