I have been involved in music since the late seventies, when I self-released home recordings of my own music. Since then I've been a musician, record producer/engineer/mixer, Tape Op Magazine founder and editor, book editor, studio owner, archivist, disc jockey, small label owner and even a record distributor employee. I am available for hire as a record producer, recording engineer (studio or live), mix engineer, writer, editor, archivist, lecturer or panelist. Lately I've been mixing quite a few albums for folks from all over the world, including Jason Lytle's new Dept. of Disappearance, and my clients have been more than happy and my rates are probably far lower than what one might expect. Drop a line if you are interested in working with me in any capacity!
In June 2013 my Music Production Secrets courses will be offered at Lynda.com. These focus on recording and mixing, and cover many techniques that have taken me years to accumulate.
Check out the free music we're recording and presenting at Jackpot! Covers Portland.