|Occupations||producer, engineer, mixer, musician, composer, songwriter|
|Instruments||Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Programming|
|Labels||Columbia, Sony, Atlantic, Universal Motown|
|Associated acts||The Ten Paces, 60 Hz, Madison Avenue Girls|
Chris Tabron is a record producer, mixer, and engineer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He is Chief Engineer at The End Studios in Brooklyn and a producer and engineer for Mirrorball Music, a production company formed by mix engineer Tony Maserati and writer-producer Stefan Skarbek. Tabron was founder and multi-instrumentalist of the electronic-pop group The Ten Paces which released Cacophonics in 2005 on Sidepocket Recordings, that Tabron produced and engineered. In 2008, Tabron founded The Axis Collective a media company which is a collection of New York-based artists. He also does hip-hop, pop, and remix production work under the moniker Madison Avenue Girls. Tabron also regularly acts as music supervisor and musical director, most recently for top-ten Billboard hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang (Virgin Records) on their release tour for their debut album, Breakfast which included performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Conan as well as for runway shows during New York's Fashion week. In this capacity, he has DJ'ed or written original compositions for designers Phillip Lim, Forever 21, Erin Fetherston, and Juan Carlos Obando.
Most recently, Tabron mixed Hello the 19th studio album for Korean Pop legend Cho Yong-pil, (4 of which he shared mixing duties with Tony Maserati) including the #1 single "Bounce". Tabron also mixed 6 songs for the Shiny Toy Guns album, III, including the single "Fading Listening." Other credits include: mixing on the latest album for MNDR, Feed Me Diamonds, a full-length album for J-pop star Hitomi entitled SPIRIT (Avex Trax) and Does It Offend You, Yeah? (Columbia), Peggy Sue, Mike Posner (Sony), O'Death (City Slang), Kat DeLuna (Universal Motown). He was also the location sound engineer and mixer for Beatrice Gibson's 2009 film A Necessary Music, which won a Tiger Award for Short Films at Rotterdam Film Festival in 2009.
From 2007 to 2010, Tabron was senior house engineer at Future Shock Studio, a recording studio in Brooklyn, NY owned by Grammy-nominated producer/engineer Alex Newport. At Future Shock, Tabron worked on albums by artists such as Death Cab for Cutie "Long Division" (Narrow Stairs Atlantic Records 2008), Frank Turner (Poetry of the Deed, Epitaph Records 2009), So Many Dynamos, and Fact. Tabron has also assisted Grammy Award-winning mixer, Tony Maserati on Lizz Wright's 2008 album The Orchard.
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