Mike Ging

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• In a career spanning 33 years - Mike has engineered sessions for : Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Slipknot, Jay-Z, Lenny Kravitz, Elton John, Faith Evans, P.Diddy, David Bowie, Willa Ford, Heather Headley, Rhian Benson, Nazareth, Yoshiki & X-Japan, Saga, Joan Armatrading, Meatloaf, Lil’ Mo, Dannii Minogue, Kanye West, State Property, Van Halen, and countless other major and up-coming recording artists.

• Mike recorded and mixed: the Star Trek "Enterprise" Title Theme for Paramount/UPN-13, "The Tracy Morgan Show" Title Theme for NBC, all the music for the drama "North Shore" on FOX TV, all the music for the drama “Justified” on the FX Network, and many others.

• In 2004 Mike completed the Pro Tools work for composer James Newton Howard on his two major summer blockbuster movies, "Collateral" directed by Michael Mann starring Tom Cruise, and "The Village" directed by M. Night Shyamalan. Mike used his mobile 96 output HD system for the production.

• In 2005 was the political thriller "The Interpreter" starring Sean Penn and Nicole Kidman, Directed by Sydney Pollack. Incredible score by James Newton Howard. Again Mike used his mobile 96 output HD Accel system and operated Pro Tools.

• In 2006 recorded and mixed the music for an historical movie about John Adams, with composer Steve Porcaro. Also with Steve Porcaro, Mike recorded tracks for a new Pink Floyd tribute album, and a new Toto album.

• In 2007 Mike engineered for Michael Jackson on the "Thriller 25th Anniversary" song "For All Time", composed by Steve Porcaro.

• Mike has recently been mixing a vast selection of classic tracks for the video game Rockband. This has involved careful listening to the original hit mix, and from the transferred multitrack masters - recreating a new mix that sounds identical to the original - which can then be then split into mix stems for use in the game. Artists include: The Bee Gees, R.E.M., New Order, Iggy Pop & The Stooges, The Pretenders, Stone Temple Pilots, and The Ramones. More recent stem mix requests have included Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Faith No More, Alanis Morissette, Frank Sinatra, The Black Keys, Biffy Clyro, & many more.