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I know the listener doesn't care about gear, EQ, or any of the technical processes I go through when I mix; they care about how the song feels when they hear the finished product. My main priority is to make the listener feel the way you intended. Having been on both sides of the glass as a musician and an engineer, my approach is empathetic.
My passion for mixing and producing started in the early 2000's when my band, Mercy Fall, was recording at studios in New York, LA, and Phoenix. Having been a musician since the mid-90's, it suddenly struck me that there was so much that goes into making a great recording, and I felt a responsibility to fully understand as a musician what these engineers around me were doing to make our songs sound good.
After signing with Atlantic Records in 2004 and releasing an album in 2006, I began to shift my focus to producing and mixing other artists professionally, and have been doing it every day since. I spend most days in my studio producing, tracking live instruments, and mixing. As a guitarist, singer, songwriter, and performer, I also provide my clients with backing vocals and session playing (guitar, bass, percussion) when needed.
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Interview with Jeff Lusby-Breault
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: I'm inspired by Bob Rock, Michael Brauer, Rich Costy and many more producers. Artists I love: Audioslave, Soundgarden, Bush, Eve 6, Metallica, Breaking Benjamin, Death Cab, Hendrix, SRV, John Mayer, many more...
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Production, editing and mixing.