Now based in Shoreline, Washington, Fuzzywallz Mastering was established by Jon Weil (myself) in 2004. I specialize in mastering, mixing and recording music. Having worked with hundreds of local and national artists through the years, my ears and work ethic have been honed to a high level of excellence. It takes patience, knowledge and the right tools to make the most of any recording and I feel that proper, “musical” mastering is now more important than ever.
I am very eager to meet as many musicians, engineers, labels, songwriters, studio owners, audiophiles and tech-nerds as possible.
If you want to book a session or have some questions, don’t hesitate to contact me via email or telephone. If you’re an audio nerd like me, or just like a good read- be sure to check out my blog posts….there WILL be more.
N E W S
(6/28/17) What’s new? Well, I have started upgrading certain aspects of my studio (wiring, conversion), writing a new blog/post, mastering tunes from SAYDI, ANDY MOFFITT, JASON CAMPBELL/ZEN WELLNESS and finally got to see the release of BARCENILLA’s long-awaited album, named “Scorpio”. I mastered and mixed the album, and it has been in the works for over a year- congrats Gabriel!
(5/29/17) Just one week ago I was in hernia surgery. Now I am feeling close to 100% and managed to master three singles in the last few days. Talk about variety! One was a indie rock tune from the AZ band “CAPTIVE COOKS”, another was a ballad from ANDY MOFFITT (I am mastering the rest of his album too) and the third was an 8-minute, very “artsy” piece for NULLIN HASAN, which will be background music for a theatre performance. Links and samples coming soon…
(5/16/17) Just finished mastering STRELITZIA’s new 5-song EP- “Why Couldn’t You Have Just Died in the Spring?”. Recorded and mixed by Tony Brant, at Epicentre Recording (Phoenix, AZ); this short album is an all-around original, flows with ease, and is consistently impressive. I will certainly be posting links and examples soon. Considering writing a post about this session, titled- “So, what do you do when the mix is amazing and it’s already pretty loud?”…;)
(4/15/17) I literally just wrapped up mastering “VOICES”, a full-length concept album by my first Seattle-area client, aptly named “FREEZE”. I met Glenn Smith (the man behind Freeze) through my brother Brandon, and ended up both mixing and mastering his masterpiece. Expect the release in the next month or two. Glenn/Freeze is my very first Seattle client!
L I N K S
My last studio, since closed… URANUS RECORDING