Josh Rogers

Multi-instrumentalist Producer

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After gigging worldwide with a wide array of artists from All Sons & Daughters to Katie Herzig, I've really enjoyed diving into home recording and music production. Collaboration is huge for me. I love melding styles and ideas to make a track unique and one of a kind. My home setup is humble, but I find that limitations nurture creativity.

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I spent most of my upbringing in the great state of Texas. I moved to Nashville, TN right after I graduated college and found myself thrust into the burgeoning music/artist scene of East Nashville. That was over 10 years ago, and I'm so grateful for the amazing artists and musicians I have been able to collaborate with. When I was 22, I went out for my first full production tour with All Sons & Daughters in the spring of 2012. Since then I have played with a number of artists both on the road and in the studio. These days, I have been diving deep into Pro Tools and home recording production. Recording bass, vocals, keys/synths, MIDI, etc. are my go to's. My style has a lot of overlap with the Nashville "Sound" or approach. That includes a heavy emphasis on capturing the right moments, parts, and production and then blending it all together to make something special. My wife, Natalie Schlabs, is full time singer-songwriter and we collaborate as often as we can. In our home studio, we have an assortment of mics for both vocals and instruments, Pro Tools, and a lot of passion. We also have a late 60s Gibson B-25N, a 1978 Fender Precision Bass, and other acoustics, synths, and electric instruments. I love producing tracks whether completely "in the box" or a hybrid method, and if a song needs vocals, I can always call on the help of my wife.

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AllMusic verified credits for Josh Rogers
  • All Sons & Daughters
  • Ryan Culwell
  • Abraham Weaver

GenresSounds Like
  • Bon Iver
  • Explosions In The Sky
  • Yo La Tengo
Gear Highlights
  • Shure SM7B
  • Aston Origin Condenser
  • Focusrite Clarett
  • Joe Meek 3Q
  • 1978 Precision Bass
  • 1968 Gibson B-25N
  • Martin DRS1
  • Fender Blues Jr.
  • Epiphone Sheraton
  • Fender Jazz Bass
  • Korg Monologue Synth
  • Kurzweil SP88
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