Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Jimmy Eat World

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Babeteeth is a Los Angeles-based duo comprised of Aaron Gonzalez and Krystal Simpson combining over two decades of experience producing, mixing, and mastering for established and up-and-coming artists, platinum producers, and award-winning talent.

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Having worked with and recorded the likes of Ed Sheeran, American Authors, Plain White Ts and Gin Blossoms Jon is now focused on providing his clients from around the world the absolute best in mastering services via his company named Fuzzywallz Mastering in Seattle, WA.

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Hello! I'm Daniel - a producer, songwriter, mixer and session guitarist / keys player. I've worked alongside artists such as Jimmy Eat World, Feeder, Frank Turner, Fatherson and many more. To date, I've been involved with thousands of projects all around the world through producing, writing, mixing and playing.

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I am a producer/engineer/mixer based in LA. I have a mix room in my house where I mix most projects. Always looking for new and exciting artists. I have worked in every genre of music from Jazz to Grind core. Great music is not genre specific.

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Fever Recording is a newly established state-of-the-art recording facility located in North Hollywood, California.

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3 time Grammy award winning producer, mixer, engineer.

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Clear Lake Recording Studios is a world-class recording studio designed to meet the needs of major label projects while remaining accessible and affordable to independent artists.

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