Brian was a full time guitarist and occasional vocalist in NYC age 19 ... an eventual student of Robert Fripp and Guitar Craft in his 20s ... who became a tracking engineer, mixing engineer and eventually rock producer, working mostly with MM1200 2" tape. Originally from the great music city of Columbus, Ohio he works out of Los Angeles and is now a Mastering Engineer doing every style, and best known for multiple certified Platinum sellers, Grammy winners and Aria (AUS) winners.


Modified solid state and new old stock tube gear in a short signal path fill a single desk of great power and flexibility. Speakers from the immensely clever German designer Joachim Gerhard, hand made by Immedia in Berkeley, California.


Located on a street with artists of all genres in Atwater Village, the Los Angeles room is a new concept in mastering design. The freestanding walls treat mid and high frequencies, while the low end is allowed to escape into the three story, open floor plan, concrete structure. This provides great low end clarity, and gives a more human connection to the outside world, via windows and fresh air. Mastering is about connection, and this design brings something to the work the "windowless cave" mastering room can not.




Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor
Manson returns with less shock and more rock. Produced by Tyler Bates.

The Arcs - Yours Dreamily
Dan Auerbach's turns a couple weeks in the studio with friends into a compelling journey of sounds and songs.

Chet Faker - Built On Glass
9 ARIA Nominations, Certified Platinum.

Grace Potter - Midnight
Grace Potter strikes out on her own with rock meets pop.

The Black Keys - Turn Blue
Billboard US #1, CAN #1, AUS #1, UK #2. Three Grammy nominations for 2015.

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band - So Delicious!
Rev Peyton goes iTunes Blues #1 with trailer pop blues, huge and hard.

Ray LaMontagne - Supernova
Produced by Dan Auerbach, USA #1 Rock release.

Dr. Dog - Live at a Flamingo Hotel
Captures everything that's so right about Dr. Dog.

The Arctic Monkeys - AM
Tchad Blake again mixing here, with riffs from Josh Homme. UK #1 for many weeks, International Top 10. One Grammy nomination for 2015.

Dr John - Locked Down
Mac, Dan A. and band all kill it on this Grammy winner, combining his real life stories with the sounds of 60s-era Gris-Gris and Babylon.

The Black Keys - Brothers
This record in 2010 gave Brian's work new levels of international attention. Mark Neill Tracking, Tchad Blake Mixing. Multiple Grammys.

The Black Keys - El Camino
Multiple Grammy winning follow up to 'Brothers' with a more aggressive sound to compliment these 10 hot bangers.

Ghost - Meliora
On Meliora, the masked metal madmen bring a modern edge to classic sounds. From Tom Whalley's Loma Vista Recordings.

David Lynch - The Big Dream
Brian has done the last two records for David as well as a number of records he's produced for others. Mixed by Dean Hurley.

Lydia Loveless
Somewhere Else

Mary Lambert
Welcome To The Age Of My Body

Zola Jesus

The Delta Riggs

The Delta Spirit
Into The Wide

Dr. Dog
B Room

I Won't Be Long

Sigur Ros
Sigur Ros

Ryan McGarvey

Nikki Lane
All Or Nothin'

Birth Of Joy

Spanish Gold
Out Of Nowhere

The Soft White Sixties
Get Right

David Lynch
Crazy Clown Time


Loud Is The Night

The Shins
Port of Morrow

Ryan Bingham

The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
Between The Ditches

Leave It All Behind

The Growl
What Would Christ Do

Hanni El Khatib
Head In The Dirt

The Olms
The Olms

The Sheepdogs
The Sheepdogs

Keaton Henson

JEFF the Brotherhood
Hypnotic Nights

Yellow Red Sparks
Yellow Red Sparks

Jessica Lea Mayfield
Tell Me


Cadillac Sky
Letters In The Deep

Counting Crows
Echoes Of The Outlaw Roadshow


Live on Red Rocks

Royal Bangs

The David Mayfield Parade
Good Man Down

Semi Precious Weapons

The Pack A.D.
Do Not Engage

Who Made Who

Lee Fields & The Expressions
Emma Jean

The Receiver
Length Of Arms

What Happened To The La Las

Riverboat Gamblers
The Wolf You Feed

Young & Old

Ringo Deathstarr
Colour Trip

Thousand Foot Krutch
The End Is Where We Begin