Chris Perry

Mixer | Producer | Editor

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Multiple Juno award winner

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Credits

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  • K.I.D
  • Meghan Patrick
  • Meghan Patrick
  • St.Yesterday
  • St.Yesterday
  • St.Yesterday
  • The Jam
  • Pink Martini
  • The von Trapps
  • Shawn Desman
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Rafael & Energía Dominicana
  • Faber Drive
  • Faber Drive
  • Faber Drive
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  • Faber Drive
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
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  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • Wanting
  • JRDN
  • Rex Goudie
  • Blake McGrath
  • Blake McGrath
  • Stereos
  • Jas Knight
  • Jas Knight
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Tara Oram
  • Brick & Lace
  • Kevin Laliberté
  • Brian Melo
  • Brian Melo
  • Brian Melo
  • Brick & Lace
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • George Nozuka
  • Scarboro Aquarium Club
  • Shawn Desman
  • Kalan Porter
  • Kalan Porter
  • Kalan Porter
  • Kalan Porter
  • Kalan Porter
  • Kalan Porter
  • Shawn Desman
  • Shawn Desman
  • Shawn Desman
  • In Due Season
  • Melissa O'Neil
  • Melissa O'Neil
  • Melissa O'Neil
  • Melissa O'Neil
  • Melissa O'Neil
  • The Jam
  • Rex Goudie
  • Audrey
  • Audrey
  • Audrey
  • Audrey
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Sparrow Orange
  • Keshia Chanté
  • Keshia Chanté
  • Keshia Chanté
  • Keshia Chanté
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Noisecore Freak
  • AKA the Hots
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Ryan Malcolm
  • Ryan Malcolm
  • Ryan Malcolm
  • Ryan Malcolm
  • In Essence
  • In Essence
  • Shawn Desman
  • Tres
  • Tres
  • Hillsong
  • Gloria Gaynor
  • Gloria Gaynor
  • Beef Terminal
  • Untamed
  • Untamed
  • Untamed
  • Infernal Majesty
  • Hillsong
  • Hillsong
  • Darlene Zschech
  • Rational Youth
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Noisecore Freak
  • Trance to the Sun
  • Title
  • Dan Bryk
  • The Modifiers
  • The Modifiers
  • The Modifiers
  • The Modifiers
  • Blue Goose
  • Curtis Knight
  • Speak Of The Devil
  • Speak Of The Devil
  • Speak Of The Devil
  • Speak Of The Devil
  • Chris Perry
  • St.Yesterday
  • St.Yesterday
  • St.Yesterday
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • K.I.D
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • K.I.D
  • Natasha Sebastian
  • Stereos
  • Stereos
  • Kids In Despair
  • Kids In Despair
  • Stereos
  • Shawn Desman
  • Cory Lee
  • Shawn Desman
  • Marlowe & tHe MiX
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
  • Courage My Love
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  • Carlos Morgan
  • Carlos Morgan

Interview with Chris Perry

  1. Q: Analog or digital and why?

  2. A: Digital. (for mixing at least) It's 2018 -- the technology is here. I have gradually gone more and more in-the-box, and I can do things in software that are just impossible in the analog world.

  3. Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?

  4. A: That they will be happy with the end result.

  5. Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?

  6. A: The belief that quality gear will lead to quality results. Don't get me wrong, good gear is fine, but it's all about the skill and creativity of the operator.

  7. Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?

  8. A: "What are you planning to do with this project once it is mixed and mastered?" The answer to this question generally answers every other question I could possibly ask!

  9. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  10. A: Limit the number of tracks in your productions. Create engaging and empowering parts that give the listener something to hang on to. Don't layer a bunch of fog into it.

  11. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  12. A: Mostly broad-stokes pop music. From alternative, to rock, to country, to R&B, but mostly fairly mainstream commercial music.

  13. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  14. A: My intuition. I think that in mixing and producing, it's all about having a sense of what will work, and how to get there. So, I think my strongest skill is having a good sense of these things.

  15. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  16. A: I run a mixing and production studio in downtown Toronto. It is a modern overdub studio based around a Mac Pro, Apollo 8, tons of UAD accelerators, and a good selection of top-shelf outboard gear.

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Gear Highlights
  • Mac Pro
  • Studio One 4
  • Pro Tools HD
  • UAD
  • UBK
  • Burl. All of the plugins!
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