Mixing & Mastering Engineers who worked with Stanley Clarke
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Yan Perchuk is Grammy nominated Mixing Engineer and composer. He has worked with artists like Karmin, Stanley Clarke, Eric Benet, Sinclair, Emily Vaughn, Wax, DQ His work has been featured on Netflix,MTV, History, Smithsonian, E!News, ABC, Access Hollywood, The Voice, Dateline NBC, Today Show, American Restoration, Brain Games and many others.
Hi, I am a classically trained string player that spends equal parts in the studio and on the stage playing the music of soundtracks, symphonies, and with top headlining acts. I'm well versed in playing score cues or laying down string lines to fill out pop tracks. You can hear me on records by Beyoncé, video games like League of Legends, and TV.
As a professional saxophonist, pianist, composer, and arranger with 20 years experience in the music industry. I am a passionate artist that is dedicated to creating music that original, innovative, and fun!
Brian Leshon is an award-winning (multi-gold) Southern California, Producer/Mixing and Recording Engineer. He was Chief Recording Engineer at Cherokee and Chateau Recorders (famous hit-making studios) and was on staff at A&M Records Studios and other top recording studios in Los Angeles. He worked with Devo, Jeff Beck, Kansas, and Rod Stewart.
This dynamic duo has several years of vocal and performance experience. Skyeler has sung in the studios since age 11. Her original song, "Marry Me" was placed on the Bold & The Beautiful on CBS. Trevor has toured with various artists including Neyo, Joe Jonas and Wayne Brady. His song "Chivalry is Dead" has over 60 million streams worldwide.
If you want to add originality to your track...IEDM,funk,rock, jazz chops & harmony to bring to your music. I have a Fazioli Grand piano, PT Professional Studio, innovative sound design.Limitless sound OZMOSYS,Programmed &performed Peter Gabriel on the Growing Up Live projects, I did all the keys and key orchestration on Wayne Shorter’s Highlife)