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Andy Wallace
Old 10th December 2006
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Andy Wallace

Hi, Im new to this forum so wasnt totally sure where to post this thread.

I am looking for a contact for Mixing engineer Andy Wallace, and if anyone knows roughly what his rates would be for recording.

Cheers,
Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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Originally Posted by Ecktronic View Post
Hi, Im new to this forum so wasnt totally sure where to post this thread.

I am looking for a contact for Mixing engineer Andy Wallace, and if anyone knows roughly what his rates would be for recording.

Cheers,
Eck
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i think you can expect to pay around $40K per week and a 1% royalty for him to mix stuff that you have already recorded.
any other questions?

s
Old 10th December 2006
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i think you can expect to pay around $40K per week and a 1% royalty for him to mix stuff that you have already recorded.
any other questions?

s
Now thats expensive!
I was more interested in him recording us, or does he not record bands?

Cheers,
Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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lmao

Who knows, maybe it's in the budget?
Old 10th December 2006
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lmao

Who knows, maybe it's in the budget?
Yeah, that really depends on how well our first album does I suppose.

Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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well for an ep I would guess a flat $100K plus. Then studio time at $5K a week and then he wants royalties of probably 3 points. So a lot of money. Look elsewhere!!!
Old 10th December 2006
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I think he's only mixing bands now. And he is supposed to be retiring
but I suppose money talks and BS walks.
Old 10th December 2006
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Retiring! That will be a sad day.
Cheers all.
ANyone know of great recording engineers in the UK? (that might not cost as much as Andy Wallace)

Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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Old 10th December 2006
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get Toolskid (look under that name on GS)

great engineer - great drummer - great dude



Jo
Old 10th December 2006
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I can second Emre Ramazanoglu (Toolskid).

Worked with him before, and he's killer

www.emremusic.com
Old 10th December 2006
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get Toolskid (look under that name on GS)

great engineer - great drummer - great dude


Jo
He does pass a lot of gas though... Im just saying.

Gustav
Old 10th December 2006
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He does pass a lot of gas though... Im just saying.

Gustav
lol. Im sure we should be able to handle it.
Has he worked on anything I might have heard of?

Cheers all
Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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Just looked at his CV.
Impressive!

Eck
Old 10th December 2006
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I can heartily recommeng Sean Genockey http://www.myspace.com/seangenockey

Give him a shout!
Old 10th December 2006
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Cheers.
I sent him a mesage.

Eck
Old 11th December 2006
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Tools

oh, and for mixing, I mix better than Andy Wallace, for 1/4 the price



kidding of course. stealthbalance mixes better than me.
Old 11th December 2006
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and I gave you the tip with Toolskid - so I get the tracks to mix



Jo
Old 11th December 2006
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coff

heh
Old 11th December 2006
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coff

heh

I replied to ya,

Eck
Old 11th December 2006
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Check out Josh Wilbur. He was Andy's assistant, and now works on his own. IMO he is the best up and coming Engineer/ Mixer out there.
Old 11th December 2006
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Check out Josh Wilbur. He was Andy's assistant, and now works on his own. IMO he is the best up and coming Engineer/ Mixer out there.
Thanks man.
Ive came to the decision to stay in the UK for recording. Just dont think it would be justifiable at this moment in time.

Eck
Old 17th December 2006
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what sort of stuff are you recording?
Old 18th December 2006
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what sort of stuff are you recording?
Below are some links ot samples of our debut album which I am finishing up recording and mixing of.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/song...songID=4698341

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/song...songID=4697742


Eck
Old 23rd July 2008
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Andy wallace

dead thread, but look into chicago veteran producer/mixer Sean O'Keefe. He's got two gold records, one platinum and if you track a small ep, its only $1000 a day! However, a full length cd starts at about $1000 per song, not to mention studio time. Mixing is about $500 per song. I've talked to him (he might produce my band's demo), he is very down to earth, and seems like he'd be a great guy to work with.
Old 24th July 2008
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uh...
Old 16th May 2013
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Andy Wallace

Yeah.
Old 16th May 2013
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Andy Wallace

Here's Andy Wallaces management. I don't think he's retired yet as his profile is still on the website. It will be a very sad day when he calls it quits. IMHO, he's the greatest mixing engineer of all time.
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Old 16th May 2013
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First you would have to get through to management and if they deem you are
a good candidate, (Alot of people want to be mixed by Andy Wallace) then he will talk with you, thats one out of alot then be willing to fork over $$$$ to have him mix it for you. If your not already big,known or have a label backing you then good luck.
Old 16th May 2013
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After 6.5 years, hopefully the original poster has this sussed out...
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