Fuzzywallz Mastering is basically a one-man operation, run by me- Jon Weil. Here’s a little information about myself, my studio and the company in general…
Born in Cincinnati, OH, I started out writing songs, playing guitar, and singing at the ripe age of 8. A few years after that, I caught the recording bug and haven’t looked back since. It started with recording my own bands live to cheap tape machines and eventually escalated into a quest for perfect sonics on productions of all types and styles.
In 1998 I moved to Tempe, AZ. By 2004, I had graduated from the Conservatory of Recording Arts in Sciences and established Fuzzywallz (LLC). After quite a few years of recording and mixing out of home studios and on mobile rigs, I was asked to engineer some sessions for international heroes, the “Gin Blossoms”, at Uranus Recording Studio of Tempe. My work led to becoming the Chief Engineer from 2010 until it’s recent closing in 2015. During that time, I got to work with hundreds of local acts and quite a handful of major-label artists too (see the extensive client list). After Uranus closed, I continued working with many local (and national) artists around town. Most of my mixing and all of the mastering was being done at my home studio, dubbed the “Laguna Suite”.
I made the move closer to family in Seattle in late 2016. By the start of 2017, my new studio was ready to go- The “North City Suite” mixing/mastering suite offers crystal-clear monitoring, high-end conversion, and a custom console with extensive analog & digital processing options. Read more about the studio and my workflow on the mastering and services pages.
“Jon Weil has not only recorded, mixed and mastered the tracks of hundreds of different local & national artists, but has truly mastered the art of his craft. The thing that really makes him stand out from other mixing and mastering engineers is his personality. Strong communication and treating clients fairly is also a strong point. Jon is the type of guy who really cares about the details. He’s the one making sure the lighting in the studio is perfect for the artist. Jon cares about EVERYTHING, but first and foremost he cares about the artist’s happiness. When left to mix and master, his engineering truly shines above the rest & all the years of experience and experimentation show. Jon has said that knowing the rules in audio engineering is important, but knowing how & when to break them makes something special…The proof is in his work.”
-TONY BRANT (Epicentre Recording)
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