Session drummer, recording engineer, and mixer. Worked and collaborated with Grammy-nominated engineers and musicians.
I am an ambitious audio engineer, studio owner, and musician. I began my career in audio engineering and mixing in 2015. I have earned my experience by interning and working with some of the best, Grammy-nominated, engineers and musicians. Over the years, I have worked with and played alongside talented artists Robert Francis, Fishbone, Los Lobos, X, Ry Cooder, Joachim Cooder, and many more. I have worked on over ten full length records from start to finish and have traveled across the country doing so. I have also run live studio sessions at The Village and Ocean Studios in Los Angeles
My most recent endeavor into film scores has been a great accomplishment and I am really looking forward to working on similar projects to come. I have a great collection of vintage and new recording equipment that suits any musical needs. I am eager for more opportunities to work and collaborate with like-minded artists and creatives. I truly love what I do, everyday! Let's work together!
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Interview with Eric Fuller
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a studio located in Anaheim, California that features top quality vintage and new recording gear. At the core of my set up I offer 16 channels of universal audio conversion and two channels of dangerous audio A/D+ conversion. I monitor with Amphion two15s and amp 700. I have eight channels of undertone audio preamp‘s, four channels of vintage ADM preamps and 1 vintage RCA preamp. I consider myself a collector of vintage gear that has been used on some of the most iconic studio sessions. Some of my most prized pieces include: -Ampex 440b (Rolling Stones, Bowie) -MicMix Master Room Spring Reverb (Pet Sounds) -Tube Tech CL1B -Flea U47 -API 2500+ -Mercury EQP1 -1950s WFL drum set -1945 Hammond CV + Leslie 122
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Engineering, mixing and drum recording
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I am currently working with my client on creating some original film scores.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both. I utilize each as a tool to accomplish what is best for the song. However, I do have a personal bias towards the analog gear. There is something about the sound that vintage gear can add to a song!
Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?
A: Flea 47, Amphion Two18s, RCA BA31a, Dangerous AD+