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Meet Nathan Sowter, professionally known as Linkflamingo, an experienced audio engineer and music producer with an impressive career spanning 18 years. Nathan's expertise lies in the art of mixing, and his genuine passion for all things audio has guided his success in the industry.


Throughout his journey, Nathan has had the privilege of working with a diverse range of artists, helping them discover their unique voice and crafting records that stand the test of time. After graduating from the renowned SAE Institute in 2006, Nathan honed his skills at "The Lab" recording studio in Auckland, New Zealand, and later at Tonetiknek AB in Umea, Sweden, where he had the opportunity to learn from accomplished professionals such as

Pelle Henrricson and Eskil Lovestrum.


Currently based in the sunny locale of Mount Maunganui, New Zealand, Nathan resides with his loving family and operates the Link Flaming Music Laboratory. Over the years, he has had the pleasure of collaborating with notable clients such as Antagonist AD, Blindspott, Deadbeat, Joseph and Maia, Jason Kerrison, Kids in Space, Matt Buxton, Sophie Maude, Matt Bodman, and Smurgy and many more. Gaining experience with in almost all

genres of music.


In addition to his extensive experience in audio engineering and music production, Nathan has also developed a solid understanding of studio design and acoustic treatment. His areas of expertise extend to project management, budgeting, post-production (with a focus on mixing), music production, artist relationships, small/home studio design, artist development and direction, as well as small business advice.


Nathan Michael Desmond Sowter's commitment to creating exceptional music and his versatile skill set make him a valuable collaborator for any project. With his humble approach and dedication to helping artists shine, Nathan is poised to bring out the best in your music.

Key Skills

  • DAWs: Pro Tools, Luna

  • Music Production, Engineering, Mixing, Recording

  • Project Management

  • Budgeting

  • Studio Design

  • Artist Relationship

  • Artist Development

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