Evren Göknar was drawn to music early in his life, first studying the piano, and later developing his skills as a singer / songwriter and guitarist. He began his professional audio career as a recording and mixing engineer. As a staff engineer at Paramount Studios (Hollywood) and Guess Recording (North Hollywood), he recorded and engineered sessions for Tupac Shakur, Tone-Loc, Mavis Staples, The Cult, Steve Vai, General Public, Carole King, and Montell Jordan (RIAA Platinum “This Is How We Do It” album). Building on the skills he honed as a recording engineer, Evren shifted his focus to mastering and in 1995 he joined Capitol Records Mastering... 

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At a very young age Roelf heard electronic ambient music for the first time, on a small transistor radio. It triggered his interest for electronics, synthesizers and music production in general. As a teenager he released his first cassette album and continued to produce and compose music for other artists as well. He set up his own independent label and built his own recording studio Venonza Records, just after receiving his audio engineering degree from the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands... 

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Cameron is a Grammy winning Producer-Mixer-Engineer with a hugely impressive credit list which notably includes several albums with U.N.K.L.E. along with names like Bjork, Baxter Dury, Brett Anderson, Grace Jones, Joe Strummer, The Hours, Duffy, Paulo Nutini, Amy Winehouse and many more...

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Jordan Tishler has been involved in the music industry as producer, mixer, and artist manager for, well, a really long time (over 20 years). A classically trained musician, Jordan devotes himself to popular music and brings a well honed sophistication to his work. He is also a songwriter with numerous credits in recorded music and sound for film, and a mix engineer with years of experience. All this experience allows Jordan to bring out the best in performers and capture this in every recording....

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Philipp Zumbrunnen as a Swiss based producer, recording and mixing engineer, fell in love with music when he was about 10 with his first records being the Beatles, Yes and Pink Floyd. Even at this age Philipp's enjoyed cutting out pieces of the songs of the time to get a complete 45 minute remix using his first analog double deck. That‘s how the rise began in the middle of 1980‘s. He was a founding member and guitarist of the crossover band “Crowd“ in the late 1980's and the "The Figaros", performing until the late 90's...

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Nathan’s pioneering days as a young teenager (like many in the audio engineering industry) were spent skipping meals & sleep so as to record in his bedroom.Nathan’s pioneering days as a young teenager (like many in the audio engineering industry) were spent skipping meals & sleep so as to record in his bedroom, much to the parents & neighbour’s chagrin. Nathan progressed up the rock n' roll food chain and into live sound at 18 years old which became his base income for around 15 years. During this time Nathan worked as an assistant at several large studios in Sydney including Damien Gerard Studios, Festival Studios...

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Richard, born into a musical family, started working in recording studios around London during the early 90’s. Richard has worked across a wide range of musical genres both live and in the studio over the years, being classically trained, educated in music theory and having studied music production and sound engineering. Richard plays the Piano, Oboe and Guitar and was himself was a member of several gigging bands in the UK and France and played Oboe in an Orchestra in London, frequenting prestigious locations such as the Royal Albert Hall...

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