I have recorded and mixed for some of the best musicians and singers in the world — names like Miles Davis, Anita Baker, George Duke, Sara Vaughn, Joe Sample. I have received multiple grammies and grammy nominations. I was George Duke’s Recording, Mixing and FOH engineer for 32+ years. I apprenticed as a mastering engineer with the Legendary George Horn at CBS Studios in San Francisco. I have a degree in Broadcasting from San Francisco State university and occasionally write for Mix Magazine. I was born in NY, live in LA and make a damn fine espresso.
Erik apprenticed as a mastering engineer with the Legendary George Horn at CBS Studios in San Francisco. He holds a degree in Broadcasting from San Francisco State university and occasionally writes for Mix Magazine.
“I often rip my FM 192 out of my rack and take it to studios. It makes audio more “three dimensional” and “open”. Its almost like being able to reach around the sounds. When on tour doing FOH, I always have the Micro Clock in my bag. Yamaha Consoles in particular see a huge benefit from the Micro Clock.”
Projects Erik has used B.L.A. gear on:
Jeffrey Osborne “A Time For Love”
George Duke “Dream Weaver”, “Deja Vu”
Teena Marie “Congo Square”, “Beautiful”
Byron Miller “Psycho Bass” (May 2014 Release)
Adam del Monte “Así Lo Siento Yo” (awesome flamenco guitarist)
Laurie Morvan Band “Breathe Deep”, “Fire it up” (Local Blues Band that ROCKS)
Touring Live with George Duke (Micro Clock)
I’ve been makin’ music since the early 70’s so rather than try to list some artists, here’s a link.