Free drink at Mercury prize party was a bit of bonus.
Well done Ghostpoet.
Congrat Benjamin, he is super nice and well deserved.
I’m glad being a part of it
Shuta Shinoda is the recording engineer and producer, nominated for Mercury prize 2015 for GhostPoet 'Shedding Skin', at Hackney Road Studios a multi-room facility housing two premium quality vintage recording studios, each containing some of the most desirable vintage and modern specifications available in the industry today.
Originally from Japan, Shuta studied Audio Engineering at SAE in London before starting his career working for several years in a major studio in Tokyo. In 2005 Shuta moved back to London to work at Bark Studios, home to a number of award winning recordings for the likes of Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine and Star Trek. It was here that he really started to learn about vintage consoles, vintage hardware and the ‘UK sound’.
Shuta is a versatile engineer/mixer and has experience of working with some of the most distinctive projects in UK and Japanese music. He has worked with Tim Burgess (The Charlatans), John Coxon, Daughter (4AD), Veronica Falls (Captured Tracks/Bella Union), Farris (Horrors/Rough Trade), Ghostpoet (PIAS), Red Snapper (Warp/Matador/Lo), Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip), and Youth (bassist of Killing Joke) and many others.
My Recent Clients
Philip Selway (Radiohead), teleman, Anna Meredith, YAK, Atomic Bomb! Band, Go-Kart Mozart, Django Django, Tim Goldworthy (LCD Soundsystem, UNKLE, Massive Attack Producer), Mixhell, Nimmo, Black Peaches, We Were Evergreen, Mally (Anna Calvi), Baio (Vampire Weekend) and Simon Dine (Paul Weller's producer)
My credits include
- SSL E series
- Neve V66
- Fairchild 660
- Fairchild 670
- Neumann/Telefunken U47
- Sony C800
Terms of Service
Turn around times vary, but usually no longer than 10days.
Mix revision up to twice.