Chris Peterson (producer)

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Chris Peterson
Birth name Christopher Garet Peterson
Born (1968-05-14) 14 May 1968 (age 46)
London, Ontario, Canada
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Electronica, electro-industrial
Occupations Music Producer and T-Shirt Printer
Instruments keyboard
Years active 1987-present

Chris Peterson (born Christopher Garet Peterson[1] 14 May 1968) is a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada based producer and keyboard player and works for Front Line Assembly, Noise Unit and Decree. Peterson joined FLA in 1990 and is a well-known producer in the electronic music scene,[2] currently working with Ohm, Living Room Project, Left Spine Down and Unit 187, among others. Married to Kerry "Babz" Peterson of Stiff Valentine and Living Room Project. [3]

Projects[edit]

Cryogenic Studios[edit]

  • Cryogenic Studios: Credited on 6 tracks
  • Cryogenic Studios 2: Credited on 7 tracks

Delerium[edit]

  • Euphoric: Mixed by Chris Peterson & Delerium.
  • Poem: programmed by Chris Peterson.
  • Reflections 1+2: Chris Peterson involved in mixing among others.
  • Spiritual Archives: Mixed by Chris Peterson and Delerium.
  • Stone Tower: Mixed by Chris Peterson.

Equinox[edit]

  • Contact: Written and produced with Bill Leeb.
  • Holon: Written and produced with Bill Leeb.

Front Line Assembly[edit]

  • Artificial Soldier: programming
  • Colombian Necktie: All tracks written, produced and mixed with Bill Leeb at Cryogenic.
  • Comatose: All tracks written with Bill Leeb.
  • Fatalist: All sings written with Bill Leeb
  • FLAvour Of The Weak: All tracks written, produced, and mixed with Bill Leeb.
  • Implode: All music written and produced with Bill Leeb.
  • Prophecy: All music written and produced by Bill Leeb and Chris Peterson.
  • Re-Wind: Disc One: Tracks re-constructed with Bill Leeb
  • The Initial Command 1997 Re-Release: Tracks 1+2

Will[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ASCAP ACE". ASCAP. Retrieved 2012-04-08. "PETERSON CHRISTOPHER GARET Society: SOCAN IPI No. 239061084" 
  2. ^ "Chris Peterson Discography". Discogs. Retrieved 2012-04-08. 
  3. ^ http://www.mindphaser.com/index.php?page_id=14 Mindphaser Bio Page

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