Jamie Clark

Cellist and Mix Engineer

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I'm Jamie, and I've studied cello all my life. I played with Charles Forbes with teachings from Pablo Cassals, and studied composition extensively with Roberto Pace. In 2004 I received a top scholarship to Berklee College of Music, and have been working ever since on Cello, Bass, Electric Guitar, and as a Recording and Mix Engineer.

I'm a cellist of 20 years, and play a Luis & Clark cello, #789

I also play bass guitar, p bass with flats for a real old school Motown vibe.

I read sheet music, lead sheets, tableture, and have facilities to record anything, from full tv spots and commercial jingles, to soundtracks for small-team game development companies.

I have done location and demo recordings for local bands for years, and do mixing for them, as well as for my own material. Lately, I have been doing final mixes for electronic artists that I have collaborated with and recorded instrumental stems for, particularly in the Remix Competition scene.

I'd love to hear about your project. Click the 'Contact' button above to get in touch.

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  1. Review by jesse h.
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    Happily I can make this review short and sweet: Jamie Clark was an absolute pleasure to work with every single step of the way. A great musician and a great guy who went above and beyond for me. I wouldn't hesitate for a second to use him again - and neither should you.
    :)
    Jess

Terms Of Service

Typical turnaround for instrumental stems is 1 day per recorded minute, plus 2 days if no sheet music is provided. Mixing is generally 2 days per 3 minutes of music.

Gear Highlights
  • Luis & Clark Carbon fiber cello #789
  • fender P bass
  • Fender Jazz bass
  • Fender Stratocaster
  • Telecaster
  • and a collection of digital and virtual analog synths.
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