Jamie Ellis

Producer, Mixer & Writer

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I am a mixer, producer and writer who has worked with The 1975, The Rifles, Chapel Club, Jordan Mackampa, Veronica Fusaro and many more. Last year I had a #3/gold record in France with Nolwenn Leroy's 'Gemme'. My job is solely to make your music better and I specialise in spicing up home recordings with additional production, mixing and mastering.

I adore making other people's music shine; be it from a mixing, production or compositional standpoint. More and more artists are self-producing and swerving the traditional A&R / label structure, and this has greatly increased the need for my skillet as a "finisher": I specialise in making your tracks shine with additional production and a really exciting, dynamic mix.

I started off playing in a touring/recording band (Battle), which got me interested in production. I then assisted a big British producer working on albums/making tea for Florence + The Machine, Plan B, Friendly Fires, Jack Penate and others.

I then went solo and worked with a lot of bands and pop artists. I started to find it more common to be sent bedroom demos (such as Veronica Fusaro's Ice Cold EP) which needed an extra set of ears. Now, I add the extra 20% or so by polishing the sounds, arrangement and then mixing the track. When I mix, I do so with a very musical ear and so if it's appropriate I may suggest arrangement changes, request re-recorded parts or I might swap/augment your drum sounds with well-selected samples from my vast library.

My studio is in North London and I am happy to do attended mixing sessions, as well as recording, producing and writing. I genuinely love nothing more than my clients being happy, so I will always make sure that the final mixes are on-point and to your liking.

Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.

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I was the mixing engineer (and producer on 3) in this production

Terms Of Service

A mix will take a full working day. Additional production/mixing can take longer. Smaller jobs (editing, tuning) can be turned around within 24 hours typically. I usually allow 2-3 mix revisions.

Gear Highlights
  • Full UAD setup (Apollo 8 + Octo Satellite)
  • Focal Solo 6s
  • Genelec 1031A
  • Shadow Hills Monogama
  • Brauner Phanthera
  • Shure Sm7b
  • 1982 Fender Concert
  • 1962 Gibson SG
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