Jack Beech is a Music Producer and Mixing Engineer with a deep musical understanding. Having studied classical music from a young age, Jack's production style has subsequently been honed to be creative, direct and efficient. www.jackbeechmusic.co.uk
Working from London / Manchester, UK. Jack aids independent artists realise their visions for their songs and aids development into professional sounding productions with solid arrangements. Jack either works from his home studio, or any hired studio depending on budgets and project requirements.
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Interview with Jack Beech Music
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: As a mixer I prefer to be fully digital for the aids of convenience and fast work flow, occasionally however hardware inserts may be used if I really want a specific bit of gear on a project. As a recording engineer, I like to be analogue to the extent of tracking through hardware pre's and compressors, or a large format console for the convenience of having everything on hand. However I do still track into a DAW with high quality convertors. I am firmly in both camps on this matter, whatever works use it!
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: So many! Snarky Puppy, for the educational learning curves of Jazz arrangement and the challenge of mixing complex musical arrangements. Secondly, London Grammar, for the challenges of recording such a dynamic vocal and secondly, the pleasure of listening to a voice that makes me hang on to every word.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Work towards a vision. Capture the recording that you intend, you can't fix it later in the mix if something doesn't exist in the first place.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Anything that motivates me. Every genre is something to explore where there is something to learn about. Currently, as of 2017, I have been working directly with multiple clients that range from hip-hop, electronic, alternative indie and indie rock.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Fab Dupont: for the diversity of the projects he undertakes. Examples such as Banda Magda. As a mixer, his sense of depth and height with reverb is highly impressive.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The common type of work I provide for my clients is a recording and mixing role acting with a dual producer role. I often aid my clients understand the pros and cons to their arrangements so when recording, we capture a more focused intent towards the objectives of a song earlier on in the process.