I have a studio space with Mikal Blue at Revolver Recordings in Westlake Village, CA. Between myself and my small team of co-creators we have the gear and musical ability to do pretty much anything you need. We make records from start to finish for ourselves; we'd like to help you do the same!

Are services include, but are not limited to:

-Session Recording:
-Guitar (electric & acoustic)
-Drums/Drum Programming
-Keys/Synths (all sorts)
-Top Line/Vocals
-Just about anything else with strings: banjo, uke, mandolin...

We make a lot of different music, from sound design & film to singer-songwriter to good old rock n roll. Musically, I am partial to Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Delta Spirit, and Kings of Leon, amongst many others. Delta Spirit's "Into the Wide" and KOL's "Come Around Sundown" are the best-sounding records I've ever heard.

We have plenty of equipment in house -- so much that there isn't enough space on this page for a comprehensive list! If you have any questions about our gear or other services that aren't listed above, please feel free to reach out so I can fill you in on the details!

Would love to hear from you. Click the contact button above to get in touch.

Gear highlights

  • Vintage Neumann & the usual suspects
  • Neve pres
  • Distressors
  • Waves
  • Soundtoys
  • Spectrasonics
  • etc.

Genres I specialize in

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Interview with Jacob Williams

What's your strongest skill?
My drive to make good music. My desire is to make the best thing I've ever heard and I will do whatever it takes, for however long it takes, to make something good.
Analog or digital and why?
Whatever sounds right. Both have their pros and cons.
What do you like most about your job?
I get to create and help others create something that connects people in a way that transcends language. Music has the power to move people in a unique way and I am constantly grateful to be a music creator.
Can you share one music production tip?
The song is all that matters. Great production won't save a bad song and bad production won't (usually) ruin a great song. And if a part sounds cool but doesn't elevate the song then it isn't right.
What's your typical work process?
When recording/arranging, I like to record with eq, compression, and maybe certain effects I know I want to keep. I try to make decisions on the way in. I think 90% of a record is captured at the moment of recording- from the performance to the gear used to the way its recorded.
What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
Producers/engineers: Jacquire King, Daniel Lanois, Mike Crossey Musicians: Bruce Springsteen, Matt Vasquez, Bono, Ryan Adams, Paul Meany