The recording studio has always been one of my favorite places to be. I decided to pursue sound production in an effort to have something else to hang onto besides a paycheck that I received after my gigs. It seemed like a lot of time invested for a one time fee with no guarantee for call backs or networking even if those two things frequently happened. During my time in Los Angeles I was fortunate to be able to study briefly under Gary Lux of Tubby Tunes at Capitol Records in Hollywood. Gary was a mentor also to the engineer of my first two productions; Ben Burget of 206 Studios in Van Nuys who is one of my favorite persons to call a friend and creative accomplice. My recording space was built to Gary’s specific advice; I use
silent star-quad lines, Class A analog preamps, and high quality microphones in acoustically balanced and flexible environments.