Skip Saylor Recording in the mix - EMusician

Skip Saylor Recording in the mix

Mixer/producer Skip Saylor has been keeping busy at his San Fernando Valley area compound doing a variety of his own projects including mixing tracks for former Club Nouveau founding member Jay King's upcoming solo release on Classic Nuvo Records, mixing the Mack 10 produced theme song for Oxygen channel's 'Prime Time Love' starring Deion and Pilar Sanders and album mixing for Russian phenom Rock artist Katya's debut album.
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Saylor’s studio also continues to be sought after by noted engineers and mixers such as Toby Wright, who mixed the new 2008 Tantric album 'The End Begins' at the facility.

Saylor and staff engineer/Pro Tools expert Ian Blanch have also been tapped for projects outside of his own facility, most recently in legendary studio B at Capitol Studios recording and mixing tracks for classical pianist and New Age artist Kathryn Toyama for Ivory Entertainment Productions.

About Skip Saylor Recording:
Skip Saylor owns and operates his own recording studio, Skip Saylor Recording and has worked with well-known artists such as Tom Petty, Frank Sinatra, Ringo Star, Michael Jackson and Diana Ross. Since 1980 Skip has amassed multiple Gold and Platinum records working with headliners Guns n’ Roses, Foo Fighters, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Pink and Eminem.

In early 2007, Saylor completed extensive construction on his new facility in the San Fernando Valley built on ranch style property to serve the needs of his personal producing projects. The facility has received rave reviews and accommodates album projects from start to finish. In addition to a great tracking and mix room, the studio has multiple places to house the artists/bands on property in a secluded, private and creative environment.

Throughout the 70’s, Saylor worked for United Western Studios/UREI, Cherokee, Sunset Sound, Soundcastle and Freddie Perren's personal studio, Mom & Pop's Company Store. For more information on Skip Saylor, his client roster, and studio visit www.skipsaylor.com.