Jacquire King

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Jacquire King
Born (1967-01-11) January 11, 1967 (age 51)
Washington, D.C., United States
Genres Rock, alternative rock, indie rock, alternative pop, folk, blues, Americana
Occupation(s) Record producer
Instruments Programming, percussion, vocals, keyboards, guitar, bass guitar
Years active 1987–present
Associated acts Tom Waits, Modest Mouse, Buddy Guy, Norah Jones, Kings of Leon, James Bay, Of Monsters and Men, Niall Horan, Kaleo, Josh Ritter, Cold War Kids, Punch Brothers, City and Colour, Moon Taxi, Robert Ellis, Dawes, Amber Rubarth, Shania Twain, Daughtry

Jacquire King (born January 11, 1967) is an American record producer, engineer and mixer. King has worked with artists including Kings of Leon, Tom Waits, James Bay, Kaleo, Modest Mouse, You Me At Six, Buddy Guy, Norah Jones, Of Monsters and Men, Josh Ritter, Cold War Kids, Punch Brothers, City and Colour, Moon Taxi, Robert Ellis, Amber Rubarth and Dawes.[1] His work has received more than 30 Grammy Award nominations to date.[2]

King had his initial training in recording engineering at Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, Ohio. His first studio employment was in the Washington, D.C. area, followed by studio work in San Francisco. He now inhabits Studio G at Blackbird Studio in Nashville, TN as a personal studio for his productions and mixing.[3]

King utilizes traditional analog techniques and equipment such as tracking to 2" analog tape combined with modern technologies like computer-based recording via Pro Tools and software plug-in digital signal processing that emulate classic outboard Universal Audio and Neve signal processing gear.[4] In 2007 Jacquire disassembled and modified his 40 channel Quad Eight Coronado console, converting it into two identical 16 channel/32 input consoles. In 2014 he hosted his first Mix With The Masters seminar at Studios La Fabrique in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.



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