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Engineering and producing...
Jason's passion for capturing music is just as important as playing it. He started cutting his teeth bycutting analog tape during his teen years working in various recording studios throughout the Pacific Northwest. In the early 90s, Jason worked at Musicraft, a world-class studio on the west coast that hosted regular clients like Gus Van Sant and the NBA. Digital recording technology was in its infant stage and Jason was on the ground level learning and using technology like Protools before it was called Protools. In 1996, Jason started Wavelength with his longtime friend Jeff Jewkes and has continued to expand the business to what it is today. Jason has recorded, mixed and mastered hundreds of albums under the Wavelength name for artists and bands from all corners of the globe. His engineering and producing skills have been sought after by many artists, most notably Black Francis, the Will Evans Project, , John Fahey, Pete Yorn, Julie Hoy, Grand Duchy, Josh Schroeder, Dangermouse, Jeff Jewkes, and Miranda Vettrus.
In addition to music, Jason enjoys cooking, traveling, flying small airplanes, and is involved with the Village School Foundation, a non-profit that builds schools for kids in Vietnam.