Recording Studio Rockstars: Jason Hall Describes His Engineering Career

RSR: Jason Hall – Recording Cage The Elephant, Little Big Town, & Coheed And Cambria with Jay Joyce

By: WhisperRoom™

February 4, 2020

Jason Hall sitting next to his mixing console

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RSR Episode #228: Jason Hall Talks about His Engineering Career and Making Records with Jay Joyce

In this episode of Recording Studio Rockstars, Jason Hall talks about engineering with Jay Joyce, vocal production tips, recording rock drums and guitars, hot to set up a band in the studio, amazing recording and mixing tricks with guitar pedals, cassette tape mics, and a Sphere console.

Listen to the full episode here or stream it in the video below!

Recording Studio Rockstars – Episode #228 – Jason Hall

Who is Jason Hall?

Jason Hall is a recording and mixing engineer based out of Nashville, TN. He’s best known for his work with producer Jay Joyce and for working with artists such as Eric Church, Cage The Elephant, Coheed and Cambria, Derek Trucks, The Head and the Heart, Brothers Osborne, Brandy Clark, Halestorm, and Little Big Town.

With a career spanning over 20 years, Jason has many platinum, gold, Grammy-winning, and CMA-winning albums to his credit. He continues to twist genres with his innovative recording style.

Early Life

Originally from Cullman, AL, Jason grew up on Air Force base and learned to play guitar and record on a 4-track recorder in his mother’s garage. In 1996, Jason moved to the Nashville area to attend MTSU. Upon graduation, Jason started his long-time collaboration with producer Jay Joyce, and the pair have gone on to make genre-spanning records for over two decades.

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