Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Florence + The Machine

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I have recorded & mixed for many great artists like Steve Earl, The FIxx, Robert Cray & Florence & The Machine live at KFOG in San Francisco, jam band greats the Samples as well as up & coming heavy rock bands Tiger Touch & Cordova. I love mixing & put my all into it. Send me your tracks & I'll put that same energy, passion & focus into your music!

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London Born, LA Based, Grammy Award Winning Studio Engineer and Music Producer with experience working with some of the world’s top artists like Adele, Ed Sheeran and Florence and the Machine. Extensive practical recording experience in some of the best studios in the world such as Abbey Road and United Recording Studios (formerly Ocean Way)

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Jerry Jean is an NYC based award-winning songwriter, producer, and musician.

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Hailing from Toronto, Canada. Weighing in at 170-190 lbs (depending on studio diet) It’s………….Bryan Wilson!!!! (Beach Boys jokes welcome). London based producer, mixer, & engineer.

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Phil Joly is a GRAMMY award-winning recording and mix engineer best known for his work with Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, The Strokes, Residente, Patti Smith, Ryan Adams, and Kanye West. Over the past decade of his career, and as Chief Engineer at Electric Lady Studios in New York, he has developed a unique approach to recording, mixing, and production.

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Harpist for Florence + the Machine available for remote sessions

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Hollywood-Based Record Producer

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