Recording/Mixing

 

Chris has access to some of the best tracking/mixing rooms in the city at extremly flexible rates. Having a passion for working with up and coming artist's.. budgets are very flexible and can always be accommodated. Hourly and day rates are avaliable for recording/mixing services. Remote mixing is also an option for those who live out of state. Please get in touch for details. 

 

 

Feel free to contact if you have any questions or would like to book a studio tour.

FieldAudio

 

For more than 5 years, Chris has specialized in over-the-shoulder, on location, field-audio mixing / recording for network broadcast television, film, and video productions. Recent clients include BBC, Facebook, Investigation Discovery, FX network and Nickelodeon.

 

Having access to multiple recording rigs and a vast selection of lavalier/ shogun microphones, we can always find a solution that fits the production. A full equipment list can be found here

 

Feel free to contact if you have any questions or would like to book Chris as a field engineer.

include Lily Allen, The Killers, Ed Sheeran, Sheryl Crow and Damien Rice. Check out the video examples of these performances on the media page and please feel free to contact if you have any questions or would like to book Chris as a live engineer.

LiveSound / LiveRecording
 

Having cut his teeth in the Live Sound world, Chris has been mixing in venues throughout the United Kingdom and USA for over a decade. It was his initial passion for playing music as a teen that led to this natural progression. Since those younger days, Chris has been on multiple tours mixing Front Of House and Monitors for major and upcoming artists. 

 

Chris is also avalible as a live recording engineer, having access to multiple rigs allowing up to 96 simultaneous inputs. For the past 4 years, Chris has been chief recording engineer for PBS show 'live from the artist den'. This expereince has allowed him to record live performances around the country under strict deadlines within unique recording environments. Recent acts