Jake Day, 23, is a Cambridgeshire based Music Producer, Recording Engineer and Mixer who specialises in commercial rock and indie. Having specialised in production during his time at Bath Spa University, from where he graduated in July 2014 with a Bachelors Honors degree in Commercial Music.
Jake began operating from North Acre Recording Studio in February 2015, and has already amassed a strong portfolio of credits and a sound reputation for his work with bands from across the UK such as Big Bug, Noiiises, The Rose Affair, Luke De-Sciscio, Peyote and many more.
His work with a number of these bands has been featured by BBC Introducing in areas around the country, and the quality of his productions have repeatedly been praised in reviews online and on air. Most recently, The Rose Affair's single "Napoli" was featured on BBC Radio 1, where the production quality was praised by Tim Garbutt of Utah Saints. Noiiises debut EP “View Top To Ocean” was given a 95% production quality rating by JesusWired.com, who stated “Where most independent bands struggle with production, NOiiiSES have turned their production quality into a strength. The drums punch, the bass rattles, and the vocals sound crisp and clean without being overly processed.” The EP was also featured by Relevant Magazine.
Jake is always pushing himself creatively and seeking to involve himself with new and exciting bands who are eager to bring their sound to life. His personal studio allows him to work at any time, catering sessions to best fit the artist and his enthusiasm is unwavering.
My credits include
- Midas Venice F24
- Focusrite ISA Two
- Neumann/Audio-Technica/Rode/Cascade/MXL/Shure/Oktava Microphones