David Carr

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  • A talented multi-instrumentalist in his own right, music producer David Carr‘s mission is to make every production hold its own both artistically and sonically against the world’s stage and all within an Australian budget. He brings 25 years of experience and the benefit of having learnt his craft whilst under the guidance of experienced producers and engineers and paid for by the long gone era of 1980s record company excess. It is common for music industry captains to assume David’s mixes are American or that his studio is all analog tape based. David is quick to remind us that all recorded musical sound must begin as a vision in the mind in order to take shape, so tools are only there to help one realise that sound in the organic environment. In 1998 David acquired a studio business and began Rangemaster, an analog and digital recording and production workshop in Melbourne’s east. In 2001 David produced  Antiskeptic’s Memoirs and the single Called became a JJJ Hottest 100 CD inclusion at number 11. In 2004 David produced Kisschasy’s Darkside EP which received mainstream airplay and catapulted  the band to national success. They signed  to John Watson’s group. In 2006 David was recruited by Taxiride to co-produce their 3rd album Axiomatic, which delivered the hit Oh Yeah.

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