Today all sounds belong to a continuous field of possibilities lying within the comprehensive dominion of music.  Behold the new orchestra: the sonic universe!

-R. Murray Schafer

Soundscape City is the home of Portland-based sound engineer, multi-instrumentalist, and teacher Nate Stoll.  He is a freelance sound engineer and musician with over a decade of combined experience playing music of all genres, teaching, and working on professional recordings.  Whatever your next musical undertaking is, Nate will give you the attention to detail and caring customer service you need at an affordable rate to match your budget.

Recent Posts

The Devil’s Dime

It’s been a long production cycle, but The Devil’s Dime by alt-country band The Golden Country is finally out on My Darling Records. Tim and Rose of The Golden Country are amazing songwriters, and truly a blast to work with in the studio. I engineered and mixed the whole thing. Oh, and I play drums on the album, too! From tracking until mastering, the project took about a year to complete. There are some truly inspiring guest musicians on the album including Dan Pantenburg and Vaughn Leikam of The Autonomics, Sam Wenc of Post Moves, and many others. Hit me up and I might just tell you the story behind the album’s title (it’s a good one). Give it a listen on Spotify!The Devils Dime

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