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GPS is excited to announce that 4-time Grammy award winning mixer and engineer Ryan Freeland has joined the roster. Freeland’s credits include Bonnie Raitt, Ray LaMontagne, Hugh Laurie, Aimee Mann, Joe Henry, Grant-Lee Phillips, Ingrid Michaelson, Loudon Wainwright III, Rodney Crowell, Alana Davis, and Jonatha Brooke.
In 2009, Freeland recorded and mixed Joe Henry’s critically acclaimed albums Blood From Stars & Civilians, and also received a Grammy award in the category of “Best Traditional Blues Recording” for recording & mixing Ramblin’ Jack Elliot’s album A Stranger Here (Anti/Epitaph). 2011 brought Ryan two additional Grammy award wins: “Best Contemporary Folk Album” for Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs’ God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise (RCA) and “Best Traditional Folk Album” for Carolina Chocolate Drops Genuine Negro Jig (Nonesuch).
More recently, Freeland recorded Sons of the Velvet Rat’s new album Dorado (Fluff and Gravy), Aimee Mann’s Mental Illness (SuperEgo), Rose Cousins’ new album Natural Conclusions (Old Farm Pony), and forthcoming albums for Joe Henry and Lizz Wright.
He works from his Stampede Origin Studio in Culver City, CA, featuring a large control room, 15-foot ceiling drum room, two iso booths, two amp closets, and an impressive list of outboard gear. Currently, Freeland is working on new material for Joan Baez, Michel Polnareff, The Barr Brothers, and Guy Pearce.
Ryan Freeland is managed by GPS Management | Record producer management, mixer management, audio engineer management, songwriter management, artist management, Los Angeles, California.