About

Trehy Harris

Engineer & Co-Founder

Trehy Harris is currently a mixing engineer in Los Angeles, California. He was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and always had an ear for music. Between playing instruments and making beats, he decided to pursue a career in music. 

Trehy moved to Orlando to attend Full Sail University where he graduated in 2008 with a degree in Recording Arts. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles and got an internship at Larrabee Studios. Making his way up the ranks, he started assisting mix sessions and eventually became an engineer for Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins. 

After making many great relationships, he felt it was time to pursue a career of freelance mixing. His credits include Michael Jackson, PNB Rock, Ariana Grande, Mary J. Blige, “Empire,” Keyshia Cole, Lupe Fiasco, and many more.

Michael Jackson

“Mixing Michael Jackson was the greatest moment of my career. It was the first time I felt like “I made it.” Such a surreal moment that I’ll never forget.”

     – Trehy Harris

Mary J. Blige

“I flew to London for 3 weeks to do an album with Mary. I’ve never been around such a professional artist who recorded songs so quick and every take was perfect. I was blown away.”

     – Trehy Harris

Maddox Chhim

Engineer & Co-Founder

Maddox “Maddmix” Chhim is currently a Mixing Engineer based in Atlanta, Georgia. He first started doing music as a hobby and later attended Full Sail University where he found his talent and passion for engineering. Graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Recording Arts in 2012, Maddox moved to Los Angeles after landing an internship at a recording studio. He has been working in the music industry professionally since 2013 where he got his start at Larrabee Studios in Los Angeles, California. 

Racking up an impressive list of clients, he’s been fortunate to work on multi-platinum as well as Grammy nominated projects. His two recent Grammy nominations are for his work with 21 Savage in the best rap album, and best rap song categories.

His credits include Tyga, 21 Savage, Labrinth, DA Got That Dope, Famous Dex, Kid Ink, Poo Bear, and many more.

Tyga

“I remember working with Tyga at his home studio and I was some new kid that he let record. He was the first one to give me a chance and I’ll never forget that. We ended up mixing 2-3 projects at the beginning of my career.”

     – Maddox Chhim

21 Savage

“When I got the J. Cole feature vocals I knew it was going to be a big record! But little did I know how huge it really was going to be. Now its a Multi-Platinum song and it’s up for a grammy nomination. Crazy!”

     – Maddox Chhim