This post is just to let people know that I will no longer be taking on new mixing clients for a while. I will still be available to record bands, in a very limited capacity. But until further notice my focus will be on recording and mixing projects I am involved in. Thanks!
My doom band, QAALM, has just released their first demo. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dark Vision Media. I also played synths on the song.
I’ve spent the last week recording with a new band that I am playing keys/synths in, Qaalm.
Here are some pics from our session:
Gordon Lysle Bash
Executive Producers – AL1CE & Jason Carl
Music Mixed and Mastered by Christopher Jon / Dark Vision Media
Director – Sasha Travis
Director of Photography – Carl Garcia
Hair Stylist – Rachel Lee
Makeup Artist – Daniela Beckstrom
Album Photography – Elisabeth O’Rourke
Creative Collaborators and Performers
Special Thanks to Dan Button, Brockus Project Dance Studios, Jason Carl, RJ Parsons, Al Gonzalez, and our entire team of brilliant creatives and talented performers and technicians who are helping our dreams take Flight!
I had the pleasure of recording some live drums for this album with my friend Steve Kefalas. Check it out!
The drums were recorded by me, and performed by Steve Kefalas.
Los Angeles is a place you find yourself, lose yourself and forget everything else. For Vanessa Bley it was the turning point for the rhythm of her music. Watch how her City of Dream serves as a source of inspiration for a new sound.
This past weekend I had the pleasure of engineering two drum recording sessions with my friend, drummer Steve Kefalas. We recorded songs for two artists, Vanessa Bley, and Kylie Hughes. In addition to being an absolute blast working on the respective material, Steve and I are getting some great drum sounds out of his LA based studio.
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Here’s a handy trick if you ever end up working on a session where a snare bottom track was not recorded. All you need is a snare drum, a mic, and a speaker or guitar amp. (A reamp or “backwards DI” can be very useful as well).