Hear for Yourself
Jerome’s work has appeared in multiples interview and press releases.
But not only, Jerome, himself, featured in multiples interviews and podcast, sharing his knowledge, personality and hospitality.
Jerome’s passion for … Beside his craftmanship tho, reside always two principles
Feel like you belong to something, that your project is at the heart of what I do. That Jerome’s main interest is to get out the best of the work and vision of the artist.
A song is not done till the vision is achieved.
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Jerome Renard is Belgian-Born Mixing Engineer, living in sunny Los-Angeles.
As a mixer he believes that every song deserves to have an engineer who understand the deepest needs and connections you have with your music.
As someone who has lived, experienced and engineered pop music internationally, he’s able to bring a multicultural perspective to each project, helping to emphasize with goals of every artist he works with.
Having a deep fascination for the science behind the sound, his knowledge hovers not only engineering, but also acoustics and electronics.
That love of science comes in handy when he mixes, helping him minimize the technical “guesswork” and allowing him to focus on the artistry.
With a modern twist to a classic story, he started his journey as a curious 16-year-old kid pushing every button and faders he could get his hands on, Jerome had a wide array of opportunities to travel, develop his skills, and work with some of the tops producers, composes and A-list artists.
His experience working alongside John Metcalfe brought him to Real World Studio, Universal Music brought him more than once in the Studio La Grande Armee in Paris, and his sessions with Simon Phillips, were the catalyst for bringing him to Los-Angeles.
From real hands-on experience and a life across different continents, this is just a small part of the multiculturality that Jerome brings into Pop Music and Mixing.
Making sure your music is the finest piece of art wherever it’s being heard.