Eric's career spans multiple platinum, Billboard charting, and Grammy winning albums

Most recent work: Niall Horan's "Slow Hand" (2017) :)

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  • Universal Audio : Pro Tools HD

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Reviews of Eric Greedy

  • Default-avatar6 months agoby Verified Review

    Amazing talet! Just what I was looking for to take my stuff to the next level.

  • Listing_thumb_doc90568388_319684104about 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric, mixed/mastered for us a song. He did highly professional job and was very responsive and fast. Since he send first version of track almost no adjustments were needed (!). I definitely recommend Eric to work. And will definitely contact him for our EP and other further projects.

  • Default-avatarabout 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric is an excellent engineer - Highly recommend him!

  • Listing_thumb_img_2284about 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric is the man! He took my mixes and brought them to life, I can't say thank you enough to the guy. He's super responsive, addresses any and all concerns and works very quick.

  • Default-avatarabout 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric has mixed two tracks for me so far. Each time he has gone above and beyond what was required, helping me improve the quality of the final track by offering advice and guidance. The quality of his work is awesome. I'd have no hesitation in recommending Eric and I look forward to working with him again in the very near future.

  • Listing_thumb_12621957_1702908676590870_2254248113800618736_oover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric has been mixing some tracks for this particular task and has also done some mastering on a task separate from this one, total 8 tracks so far. His work is excellent!
    I have 4 or 5 more songs for mixing/mastering over the summer and Eric is my "go-to" Engineer.
    Thanks, Eric :)

  • Listing_thumb_12621957_1702908676590870_2254248113800618736_oover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric Greedy = The very, very BEST!! He will have more projects coming from me in the near future. :)

  • Listing_thumb_1276345_162395440621826_722349744_oover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric was great to work with! He was extremely patient and understanding when it came to tweaking and adjusting my mix, and working with new ideas. I was impressed by his professionalism and attention to detail.

  • Listing_thumb_12621957_1702908676590870_2254248113800618736_oover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    I keep returning to Eric because I know that he will help me achieve my goals for my music projects and I really appreciate his talent and expertise.

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    My band Fragment found Eric on the SoundBetter site and we agreed for him to mix our new single 'We're still here'. He did a fantastic job and we are extremely happy with the result. Eric is a really easy guy to work with, extremely efficient and quite happy to go the extra mile and work with the artist until everyone is satisfied. Thanks Eric!!

  • Listing_thumb_scan0003over 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Eric is a top notch engineer with fantastic results! None Better.

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Thanks, you did a great Job

  • Listing_thumb_12621957_1702908676590870_2254248113800618736_oover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    I'm so happy to have found Eric! I gave him a big, square block of sound and like the skilled craftsman he is, he carved it into a beautiful statue. Communicating my needs with him was effortless. If Soundbetter had a "Like" button, I would be clicking it repeatedly for Eric! :) Thank you, thank you, Eric!!

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    Great mix, good guy. Thanks again from Etherift.

  • Listing_thumb_3066004over 1 year agoby Verified Review

    I finished my second track with Eric and once again got an awesome track and what a pleasure to work with him.Highly recommended !!

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby Verified Review

    This was my first time working with Eric as well as my first time having a recording good enough to have mixed and mastered. I spent a long time learning how to record and do everything properly to have a killer sounding track. Eric really took the time to make sure everything was how I wanted it and it sounds amazing from top to bottom.

  • Listing_thumb_screen_shot_2015-09-03_at_22.02.11almost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Awesome as always :)

  • Listing_thumb_3066004almost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Absolutely amazing !!

    I gave Eric very average sounding guitar tracks and he made them sound big and totally amazing.He made the mix sound very expensive and phenomenal.
    On top of that he's very kind with inputs and changes.Pleasure to work with him.

    Would recommend highly!!

  • Listing_thumb_me-_guitar__oct_2012_almost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Awesome! Very nice, easy to work with and open to artist suggestions and tips. Great to work with, I recomend!

  • Listing_thumb_screen_shot_2015-09-03_at_22.02.11almost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is amazing... Completed the job super fast at high quality, communicated brilliantly and quickly too... Will definitely work with him again \m/

  • Listing_thumb__dsc0091__1_almost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    I'm a seasoned musician and have recorded with many different producers. I can honestly say working with Eric was one of the most rewarding experiences I've ever had. Not only he completely understood my vision - he made it 10 times better. He's kind, accessible, amazingly talented and also fun!
    Definitely will work together again!

  • Default-avataralmost 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric did an amazing job with my mix...very polite and professional and will definitely use him again! Thanks Eric!

  • Default-avatarabout 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric took our song Black Rabbit and transformed it into a radio ready song. Very nice job and a pleasure working with Eric on the process. Treated me extremely well during the process and was very quick to respond to all correspondence. Would definitely work with Eric again and was extremely happy with the final product, thank you!

  • Listing_thumb_mixer-349850_1280about 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric was a pleasure to work with, he was professional and courteous, and he made multiple great sounding mixes for me on this song. Would work with Eric in the future if the opportunity arises.

  • Listing_thumb_images__6_about 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is great to work with. I would recommend him for your project. He's a talented professional with access to some great gear. He got our live recordings sounding amazing. Good communication and friendly manner too.

  • Listing_thumb_img_1486about 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric has provided a huge help and tonnes of patience . The song is awesome! Merci!!!!

  • Default-avatarover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    This was my first time working with mixing engineer and I found Eric easy to work with. Eric was able to quickly address and resolve my concerns and did a great job mixing my composition.

  • Default-avatarover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is professional, timely, and responds quickly to requests. More importantly, he has a great ear, and songs come out sounding fantastic. It was a pleasure working with him.

  • Default-avatarover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    He created a really good mix for me. Listens and has a good musical ear.

  • Listing_thumb_bree-toyboxstudioover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    We can't recommend Eric Greedy highly enough. Not only is Eric a fantastic mixing engineer, his attitude is top notch. In other words, even though he's worked with countless major artists, Eric didn't stop until we were 100% satisfied.

  • Default-avatarover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Working with Eric has been a great experience. He is excellent at what he does and tries to understand what is required. He worked with me on a lot of mixes for my song especially on getting the right drum sound in the mix. I am very happy with the end result and look forward to working with him on the remaining 10 songs. Highly recommended.

  • Default-avatarover 2 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is awesome guy.
    He change my song to be great.
    I really appreciate to him.
    Thank you Eric.
    I want to work with you again!!!!

  • Default-avataralmost 3 years agoby Verified Review

    I'm very happy with the result of work of Eric Greedy, his mixing and mastering process gave life and strength to my music, at the same time sounding professional and nice. I recommend Eric without doubt!

  • Default-avataralmost 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is very professional and prompt, responding to emails quickly. His extensive experience in the industry is helpful as well.

  • Default-avataralmost 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is great to work with. He is super prompt in responding to emails, and gets the work done quickly. He worked patiently with me to get the sound I wanted and until I was sastisfied with the outcome. He is a real pro.

  • Default-avatarabout 3 years agoby Verified Review

    That’s a real chance to feel the spirit of fantastic rock sound, working with Eric. I told him to mix my song just as he liked and he did it as I’d wished. It was a kind of the next step in my vision of my own music. He’s got great professional and human skills. The best proportion of price, quality and time. Thank you, Eric!

  • Listing_thumb_havokway_21_copyabout 3 years agoby Verified Review

    My project was relatively large and boasted over an hour of music. I set a reasonable budget and received well over 30 proposals from some of the best mixing engineers Sound Better has to offer. I reviewed a lot of work and received many one shot mixes of my material. Eric's mix was the best mix I received! Friendly, Professional, & Talented!

  • Listing_thumb_02_skypointabout 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Many thanks to Eric! It was very easy to communicate, despite my terrible english. I got exactly what I wanted. Very fast, very easy, very neat, very professional. I'd be happy to contact him again. A true master, sure! 100% recommend!

  • Listing_thumb_flowersabout 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric is an outstanding person to work with. DO NOT HESITATE TO GO WITH HIM. He will give you an affordable rate and work his butt off until you get the mix that you truly want. I could not have finished my EP without him. His expertise and willingness to guide me through the process was so helpful. If I had more room to speak positively I would.

  • Picture?type=largeabout 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric rules!!! He has made my song sounds like a pro! Besides, during the work I had an opportunity to learn something new as an engineer and musician through his advices. Find easy to communicate that is a good guaranty of a professional result. Can't wait to mix another song with him!

  • Listing_thumb_0005367306_10over 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric was great to work with! He got to the job super fast and it sounded wonderful! I will be using him for my next mixing/mastering job for sure. You can hear the track here:

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric was an absolute pleasure to work with! I had a quickly approaching deadline and he delivered faster than I ever could have imagined. I'm 100% happy with the work he did mastering my song, and will be returning to him for the rest of my album!

    Thanks Eric!!

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby Verified Review

    Eric truly is a master at what he does. I will never use anyone else again. If you want to sound your best, look no further and hire him. He is extremely professional, talented, and incredibly easy to work with. He truly cares about each client, which is refreshingly rare in my experiences. I can not recommend him enough.

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby Verified Review

    After Eric I won't look for another engineer. His mixes are beautiful and flawless. Not only are his skills exceptional but he is professional, polite, and prompt. Eric is also very willing to offer suggestions and tips on how to elevate your own skill. A true master. Highly recommend you take your music to the next level and hire him asap!

  • Default-avatar3 months agoby

    I had to wait three months before I got my mix. Many times he forgot to put into the mix some instruments (one time was the second guitars, keyboard, background voice etc.). Mastering was poor. The songs had volume fluctuations. I had to contact another engineer to get me done again all mixing and mastering work. A bad experience. Never again

  • Default-avatarover 1 year agoby

    This was my first time working with Eric as well as my first time having a recording good enough to have mixed and mastered. I spent a long time learning how to record and do everything properly to have a killer sounding track. Eric really took the time to make sure everything was how I wanted it and it sounds amazing from top to bottom.

  • Default-avatarabout 2 years agoby

    Love to work with Eric. Although we work from a distance, I've had many opportunities to be in LA and work with him. I am always satisfied with the result and I encourage you to work with him you will not regret it. Eric has already mixed nearly 10 of my songs and he is always my first choice when my song is ready to mix and master. Thanks

  • Listing_thumb_lyly-cover_final_pochetteabout 2 years agoby

    Always nice to work with Eric. He's mixed approximately 10
    songs for me and he will most probably mix the next 10! Thanks Eric!
    LyLy GreenLuv

  • Listing_thumb_lyly-cover_final_pochetteabout 2 years agoby

    I really like to work with Eric. He has mixed & mastered many songs for me and I always like the results.

  • I have been doing sessions with Eric for the past 10 years. Every project that he hires me to play drums on has been a pleasure to work. He's fast, gets great tones, is very sensitive to the artist's needs, and more importantly is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet! See you on the next one Eric!!!!

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby

    This was my first time using Eric and I won't be looking for another engineer. His mixes are beautifully crafted and his knowledge of the craft is second to none. As if his audio sculpting and mixing skills weren't enough he is professional, polite, easy to work with and very prompt. Eric will take your music to the next level. Highly recommend!

  • Picture?type=largeover 3 years agoby

    Eric Greedy's mixes are luscious, tasteful and rich. His artistry has elevated my songs and given the 40+ tunes he's mixed for me a timeless confidence in the marketplace. He is a wonderful person, dependable and gracious, fun to work with and brilliant. I couldn't recommend him highly enough.

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby

    Eric Greedy is the Mercedes Benz of audio engineering. He gives you a complete & comfortable experience while riding down that sometime unknown road of recording. He's reliable, a pro & can handle any turn the project encounters. Eric can handle any passenger on board & will get you to your musical destination. He's my first choice !

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby

    Ever since I work with Eric, the sound of our songs have been greatly improved. Eric is profesional, talented, skilled and very easy to work with. The final mix and master is always great and radio friendly. I can't wit to hear the final mix of our latest song Eric is working on. I STRONGLY recommend Eric Greedy.

  • Default-avatarover 3 years agoby

    I have worked with Eric multiple times over the past few years with my band, Permacrush. His engineering / production skills are excellent and we are always happy with the results. Eric has insightful ideas in pre-production and I am always both happy and surprised with our final mixes.

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Interview with Eric Greedy

Can you share one music production tip?
Perspective. take ear breaks, and listen on as many systems as possible. Making decisions on a mix by listening to it in your car, with earbuds, and one or two other sources will usually give you better feedback than simply listening to your own monitors in an untreated room. You'll likely have (at least) low end issues in that space and will make poorer judgements. A good mix should translate, and sound good on almost any reference. For rock Guitars: two sm57's. One pointed straight at the cone and the other at about 45 degree - tiled in towards the other one with there capsules about 3-4 inches apart. The one pointing straight gives you a more "tippy" (hi's and mid's) sound, while the one that is off axis as less top (and conversely more bottom). each to there own mic pre - 1073's being my fav's - and blending them to one track. There is a certain liveness that this captures that goes beyond simply one mic. Andy Johns showed me this.
Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
Most of my work through SoundBetter is mixing, and mastering - with the occasional full production - as mastering and mixing are just easier to facilitate via distance. As for production, one method - and one I use often to maximize limited resources- (and there are many ways to skin the cat, depending upon budget, goals, etc.) - is to utilize my extremely powerful and mobile production, overdub, and mix rig. The majority of which will fit in an airline carry on. I have produced bands all over the United States and twice in Europe. Typically, I'll fly in to town and work with the band/artist in their rehearsal space. We work on the song's arrangement. Then we start cutting tracks: typically a live demo first so I can get the artists direct intention. Then we'll use midi drums - simply for easy of trying different song arrangement ideas fast. We can start adding guitar, keyboard and vocal overdubs. I carry enough mice and have an huge array of soft instruments to work with. So far no extra money has been spent on "studio" time and the tracks compare favorably with anything done in a traditional studio. Now the song is really close, has lost of overdubs and sounds close. We can now book a the best studio in the local community for (at most) a half day and deviate all the resources to drums. We save time, mice and channels by not setting up for vocals, bass, guitars, etc. Instead the drummer plays to the almost finished track. If we have added any extra parts/bars …like a 2/4 break/drop before a chorus, etc- the drummer as been listening and planning/rehearsing what they would do while we created the arrangement changes. They play to a far better headphone mix than is normal for basic tracks, and they have had time to improve their own arrangement - with my help if necessary - to totally support the band. Doing it this way we do not limit or lock the song to the typical basic drum track. We might find that a different sounding snare helps song B relative to song A, etc. Further, we save a lot of money. Only drums, as an overdub to final tracks. Not basics which require mote setup time, more time for takes (to fee confident of edits later), etc. etc. That's one way I work in that kind of situation. The same thought and experience is played out in different scenarios. The point is I have done this a long time with a lot of great people, and I have a tool set that represents that. A great bang for the buck. Remember that old adage. Take whatever time you think you are going to need in the studio… double it, then add four hours. Lol, pretty true in my experience. So saving studio time can mean money for other aspects of the production - or more songs.
What questions do you ask prospective clients?
What is your ultimate goal for the project at hand? What do we have to work with? What is the budget? What Genre do you believe you fit in or are shooting for? Can you provide me some exampled of commercially released songs that your art would be in the company of (for guideposts)? What do you want me to bring to the table?
Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
There are so many moments…..SMASHING PUMPKINS, the song "Ava Adore," on the album Adore. We mixed that song on my birthday, in studio 'A' at The Village Recorder. It was just a really magical day… I recorded and mixed the demo's at SoundCity for an unknown band called STAIND that Fred Durst (who produced) discovered on a north east tour. Those tracks helped them get their deal with Flip! records…. I remember the first time I worked on an album - RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's debut - wherein I new from the first few bars -ok, it wasn't hard… ;) - that this was history in the making. Other goosebump moments included mixing Alice in Chains with Andy Wallace, or recording and mixing for RONNIE JAMES DIO. ….or the time i was recording OZZY OSBOURNE with producer (and friend) Michael Wagener. It was surreal. Black Sabath's Paranoid album was the first album who's songs I could sing - and I sounded decent - when I was 14…. so it was a cool moment. Or Scott Wieland's "12 Bar Blues" Album, Or recording KELLY CLARKSON (amazing singer)…so many great moments. OH, I almost forgot RINGO STARR, and all the great people I've worked with through him, but that's a whole other post….
What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
I listed to the music my parents bout since before I can remember. By high school, I was singing in rock bands and doing recordings by playing along with something recorded on one cassette deck while I added another part live to a second cassette deck. When I was 14 I started my first rock band - well duo…it was a guitarist and I (singer). I then got a used Shure Vocal Master PA and became the mixer as well as singer. I used to sing songs by such bands as Led Zep, Aerosmith,Judas Priest, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Sabbath, Rush…. you get the picture. Then at age 17 (while still in high school) I went to a recording engineering school - SoundMaster. At the time there were only a few in the country. 'Got my foot in the door at an 24 track demo studio. Worked, and worked, and worked my way from there. I have professional credits going back almost thirty years now.
Which artist would you like to work with and why?
I'd like to have worked with John Lennon, so that I would have worked with all four Beatles (having worked Paul, George, and Ringo). Of today's more current artist's I would love to work with RHCP, RATM (again), QOTSA, Sheryl Crow, or Pink : I love their styles. My favorite decade (decade and a half really) is 1966-1979. I love that era and those records most, and a lot of what I like of what;s come sense is emulating the best of those years.
What are you working on at the moment?
I am working on a variety of projects for SoundBetter clients.
Is there anyone on SoundBetter you know and would recommend to your clients?
Matt Laug for drums. I've worked with him for years. He's one of the best, and the nicest guy you'll ever meet.
Analog or digital and why?
They both have their uses. I choose to now use digital because I can duplicate the non-linearoties of analog in at the digital domain. My work can and does sound analog. Let me show you :)
What's your 'promise' to your clients?
You're happy with the end result or you don't have to pay the back-end.
What do you like most about your job?
The freedom to make music
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
Turn around time, cost.
What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
…that just buying a DAW will allow one to do what I do.
If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
Led Zeppelin and a PA. Semi-seriously though… these days: my laptop, apollo setup, native instruments setup, monitors/headpones, sm58.
How would you describe your style?
I was always (and am) a rocker first! But colored by pop. Again, I love songs, and a well crafted pop song will have me plating it on repeat for an hour while I walk with my earbuds on playing air-drums in the middle of the night. Ry Cooder once told me - when asked (and I paraphrase)"when do you know the song is right?" - "Well…when it isn't right it makes me hunch my shoulders, bend my head down, and feel unfulfilled…but when it is right, I pull my shoulders and head back, and feel confident.." I like music when it gives me a chill, makes me want to cry, makes me want to shout. I try and put that into my work.
What type of music do you usually work on?
I love ROCK, Pop, Alternative, Country, Jazz but also EDM, HipHop, and Rap. Again, I love hooks. the song is the most important element and if you listen to it closely enough it will tell you what to do. I am very good at the art of recording live instruments. However these days I don't get to do that near as much as twenty years ago. Lot's of mixing now.
What's your strongest skill?
Very good ears, and a long time doing this. I am always learning, and it takes a while to learn to do this well, so (again) all those thousands of hours making records allows me to nail it most of the time. I am a pretty damn good singer, and when I work with artists as a producer I really shine when it come to helping get great vocals, as I can help them with their mic technique, harmony parts, etc. I have good arrangement skills. I have a good ear for songs - having picked songs for artists that ended up being hits. Also, and although I don't get to do it enough anymore, I am a really really good recording engineer, having learned my craft in the places and with the folks who wrote the book on the subject - Bones Howe, Andy Johns, Eddy Offord, Mick Guzauski, Geoff Emerick, etc.
What do you bring to a song?
I bring passion, coupled decades of experience. Owning my own studio has unleaded my creative side. I am now happy to be a song writer too. I am musical at heart and very adept at the technical parts as well.
What's your typical work process?
If the project is mixing or mastering, proceed after receiving the elements for the songs. I like to get a rough mix to hear the artist and producer's vision. I then go to work. Unless there is a deadline, I usually tale a few days. This give me time to hear it fresh repeatedly. I'll then send a first draft. The client sends me changes and we repeat until they are absolutely happy with their mix or master. I have no limit on revisions. Usually, it;s only 1 or 2. But even if it takes more, that's fine. If it's full production, the process is another level. We begin a dialog where we can discover how best to proceed. There are many ways to produce a song, and finding the best one for the session at hand is very important: no cookie cutter templates here. Sometimes the artist and I do everything. Other times we bring in some other musicians. Once the there is a strategy, budget, and timeline we begin the work of creating and capturing the songs. Then I mix. I'll master too if there is no budget for an outside pro.
Tell us about your studio setup.
My studio is centered around Pro Tools HD, Universal Audio (Apollo, Octo accelerators, Plug's), Native Instruments (Komplete 10 Ultimate, Maschine, Kontrol S series Keyboard), Slate, SoundToys, and more. It's also very mobile, allowing me to fly to production gigs anywhere.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
I love SONGS! A great hook and lyric get's me off regardless of genre. Everything from The Beatles to Pink. Some of my mentors - Andy Johns, Bones Howe, and Eddy Offord - are from the classic rock world, while some of my more recent collaborations - Rodney "Darkcild" Jerkins, or Julian Bunetta - are from today's charts. Artists I’ve worked with…. Ringo Starr, Brian Wilson, Steven Tyler, Barbra Striesand, Rage Against The Machine, Ronnie James Dio, Vinnie Appice, Hal Blaine, Van Dyke Parks, Guns & Roses, Alice In Chains, Staind, LA Guns, Van Halen, Ima Robot, Rob Halford, The Smashing Pumpkins, Primus, HURT, Juliette Lewis, Kelly Clarkson, Pia Toscano, BMRC, Frankie Avalon, Robbie Robertson, Dramarama, Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow, Patti Austin, Benmont Tench, Steve Cropper, Ozzy Osborn, Elton John, LeAnn Rimes, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, WAR, Jeff Lorber, Fu Manchu, Taj Mahal, Snoop Dog, Docter Dre, Body Count, Timothy B. Schmitt, Pepper's Ghost, Stephen Bishop, The Jenkins, Alejandro Escovedo, John Doe, X, Trey Parker/South Park, Sixpence Non the Richer, Joe Walsh, Scott Weiland, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Alanis Morisette, Robin Zander, Infectious Grooves, Ry Cooder, Mark Hudson, Aerosmith, Dean Parks, Denny Fongheiser, John Landau, Tim Pierce, John Pierce, Scott Humphreys, T-Bone Burnette, Matt Chamberlin, Kirk Franklin, Emmylou Harris, Jim Keltner, Gillian Welch, Ben Harper, Daniel Lanois, The Dust Brothers, Carlos Vega, Jeff Porcaro, Steve Lukather, Bob Glaub, Brian Ray, KISS, Courtney Love, No Doubt, Jerry Hey, Neil Diamond, John "J.R." Robinson, Neil Stubenhouse, John Fogerty, John Mayall, Jonathan Little, Robin Zander, Johnette Napolitano, Exene Cervenka, Virgil Donati, Smokey Robinson,Vince Neil, Korn,Tiffany, Rick Springfield, Melissa Manchester, Dewey Bunnell & Gerry Buckley, Joe Zawinul, Patti Scialfa, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, Lydia Lunch, Roy Z, Tribe of Gypsies, Josh Freese, Mike Muir, Robert Trujillo, Bobby Caldwell, Vinnie Colaiuta, Vail Johnson, Novi Novog,Tony Gilkyson, Neil Young, "Sneaky" Pete Kleinow, Matt Bissonette, José Feliciano, David Campbell, Howie B, Rita Coolidge, Jani Lane, Fred Durst, Mike Finnigan, Rosemary Clooney, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry…… Producers and Engineers I’ve worked with... Andy Johns, Geoff Emerick, Andy Wallace, Rick Rubin, Mick Guzauski, Rodney Jerkins, Humberto Gatica, Michael Wagener, Al Schmitt, Bones Howe, Daniel Lanois, Albhy Galuten, T-Bone Burnette, Jack Joseph Puig, Eddy Offord, David Foster, Flood, Robbie Adams, Desmond Child, Greg Penny, Docter Dre, Chris Huston, Richard Dodd, David Bianco, Dave Sardy, Silvia Massey, Dave Jerden, Brian “Big Bass” Gardner, GGGarth Richardson, David Leonard, Max Norman, Don Gehman, Jim Wirt, Joe Chiccarelli, Bernie Grundmann, Alan Sides, Dave Way, Don Smith, Matt Wallace, Rick Will, Roger Moutenot, Peter Bunetta, Rick Chudacoff, John Porter, Doug Sax,The Dust Brothers, George Martin, Mathew Wilder, Spencer Proffer, Joe Barresi, Matt Hyde, Tony Berg, Chris Lord-Alge, Keith Olsen, John Hanlon, Denny Purcell, Beau Hill, Paul Northfield, Mark Hudson, Davitt Sigerson, and Peter Collins Some of the wonderful studio’s I have had the pleasure of making music in The Village Recorder, Ocean Way Recording, Sound City, A&M/Henson Recording Studios, Record One, The Record Plant, Sear Sound, Radio Star Studios, Conway Recording, Capitol Studios, Artisan Sound Recorders, Ground Control, One on One Recording, The Grey Room, Sunset Sound Factory, Scream Studios, NRG Recording, In the Pocket, Barking Doctor, O’ Henry, Goodnight LA, Westlake Recording Studios, The Complex, Seventeen Grande, Colorado Sound, Cornerstone Recorders, Lighthouse Recorders, Take One, SoundCastle, Santa Monica Sound, Goognight L.A., The Trackhouse, A&M and many, many others.