engineer l producer
Jim has worked on numerous album projects getting the most from the
mixture of both traditional analog and cutting edge digital technologies.
He has lot of experience with larger (88 & 96) channel
Protools systems and has recorded and mixed for Records, Feature
Film, DVD, 5.1, TV, Web Casts and Advertising. Jim’s philosophy regarding production is simple.
“Focus your energy on the goals and vision of the people
you’re working with, and create an environment that is both comfortable
and inspiring.” Jim has worked with many well-known artists: Mick Jagger, Tom Petty, Don Henley, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen,
Stevie Nicks, Brian Wilson, Stevie Wonder, 2 PAC, Elton John, Celine
Dion (Phil Spector), Stevie Ray Vaughn (Life By The Drop), New Order
(Blue Monday), Ice Tea, Jelly Fish, George Clinton and Michael Jackson
Credits: Mariah Carrie “American Music Awards”; Rod Stewart; Antenna (aka
“Edna Swap”)/Sony; Semi Sonic (Closing Time); Amy Grant- w/Delirious;
The Verve Pipe (Freshman); Tonic; Slayer; Danzig; Bell Biv Devoe;
The Black Crowes; Susanna Hoffs; Jesus & Mary Chain; Go West
(White Men Can’t Jump); Adams Family II; Red Hot Chili Peppers (Blood
Sugar Sex Magic); The James Brown Show “Live at The House of Blues”,
Jim's Protooling work appears on American/Sony artist “System of
a Down” with producer Rick Rubin.
He recorded and mixed “Soluna” on Dreamworks. Champagne produced, recorded and mixed “A.I.” for Dreamworks and
“Deccatree” for Capitol Records.
More recently, Jim is the audio supervisor for Super Nanny, and
also for the Apprentice 4 w/Donald Trump.
Contact: Jim Champagne