Completely custom production and major label ready mixing. I'll work tirelessly to bring your dream to life.
I'm Jeff Fettig. I work on a wide range of music, but specialize in Indie Folk, Rock, and Pop. The most important thing to me is bringing your vision to life, and we will work until we are there. I work from my custom studio in LA which is equipped with more toys and tools than any one person needs to bring their art to life. I bring 20 years of experience and network to your projects. Elevator credits include Maggie Rogers, Solange, Caroline Polacheck, Sleigh Bells, and more.
I'll work with you no matter what stage of the process you are in. We can take a great production to a final mix, or take some awesome vocal ideas and turn them into a great track that communicates and hits the way you want. Each artist is looking for something different, and thats what I offer. Whatever we do together it will be specific and tailored to you.
I play and record Synth, Guitar, Drums, Bass, and I love programming too. If we need a specialized musician for your project, I have people who I have worked with for years that I can bring in to get it just right.
When it comes time to mix I have a great combo of Analog and Digital equipment to get the job done right. My mixes are radio and TV ready, and I promise we'll get your art sounding great and translating well. I love mix only projects, and can be as creative or literal as you want.
Contact me and lets talk about your project!
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- Maggie Rodgers
- Maggie Rogers
- Sleigh Bells
- Caroline Polacheck
- Marian Hill
- Walter Martin
- Pavo Pavo
- Emmy The Great
- Emily Wells
- David Duchovny
- Ang Low
- Danny Brown
- Columbia Records
- Universal Records
- Def Jam
- Nathan Riech
- Matt Sucich
- Amo Amo
- Emmanuel and the Fear
- Miya Folick
- Pale Ramone
- Parlour Tricks
- The Bones of J.R Jones
- Todd Kramer
- Max Frost
- Trixie Whitley
- Solange Knowles
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Interview with Jeff Fettig
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: I think they both have a sound and are good for different reasons. The way that each effects the process and the fidelity of the art is really special and important to celebrate. I can make a record top to bottom on a laptop or a tape machine, it just depends whats right for you - its usually a combination.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I love being able to stretch my arms wide across the sonic universe. I get to have such a wider breadth of work than I think most artists are able to. I really enjoy the diversity.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: I have always admired Rick Rubin because I can never hear him. This is what I strive for, I don't want you to sound like me. I want you to sound like you.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I'm patient, focused and detail oriented while making sure the end goal is met in a timely fasion.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I enhance your ideas however I can. If what you need is some new Ideas, I do that too, but still keep it in line with what you are looking for.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I work in Pro Tools. I have a great room with great monitors (Focals and Ns10s) and Crane Song AD/DA. I have a massive amount of plugin options including Melodyne, Vocalign, Waves, Fab Filter, Altiverb, UAD, Plugin Alliance, and a bunch more (feel free to ask about something specific). My main instrument is guitar, so I have several guitars with shelves full of pedals and 5 or 6 different amps. Keys include Rhodes, Whurly, Prophet 6, Sub 37, Juno 106, Arp 2600, Modular Rig, Pump Organ and a Piano. Basses; 1970s Fender P Bass and a really cool Hagstrom semi-hollow. I have a couple different Ludwig and Slingerland drumsets, with mostly Zildjian cymbals. I have a wide spread of new and Vintage Microphones including a Manley Silver, 2x Coles 4038, Stam SA-800 (Sony Clone), 2x Telefunken ELAM 260, RCA BK5b and Varicoustic plus many more. Preamps include Neve, Vintech and Universal Audio. Other outboard include Distressors, Massive Passive, Neve Master Buss Processor, Dangerous 2Buss+ and Eventide H3000.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Though the music I personally like does have influence on my work, I always do my best to dial in to what is right for you. I like anything that has something new to offer. Right now Im listening to - Andy Schauf, Big Thief, Jay Som, Dua Lipa, Perfume Genius, Kacey Musgraves.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: No two artists need the same thing. Where someone needs help getting their harmonies in tune, someone else needs great sounding drums. The one thing that everyone needs is someone who is about to pay attention to all the details and focus in on the elements that need a push for the whole to come to life.