James M. Ingram

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James M. Ingram is an American Recording Engineer based in Los Angeles, California. He first started working with Blink 182 members Mark Hoppus, and Travis Barker, at their studio in Los Angeles during the recording of the +44 album When Your Heart Stops Beating.[1] During this time he also appeared as a frequent guest on Hoppus' podcast, "Hi My Name is Mark."[2][3] Hoppus notes during podcast number 6, that this James Ingram is not to be confused with "THE James Ingram", the popular American soul musician.

Ingram has worked with recording artists Blink 182, Tyler the Creator, Mike Posner, Leona Lewis, and Avril Lavigne.[4]


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