Gary Lux is one of Hollywood’s premier music mixers, with literally thousands of projects to his credit. He is an accomplished 5.1 surround mixer and has worked on many soundtracks for film and television. Mr. Lux holds a sterling reputation within the industry for musical excellence and for accomplishing high volume projects, on time, and within budget, all while maintaining the integrity of musicianship and quality that the industry requires. With Gary Lux, high output and time pressure does not lead to a sacrifice of standard. As a result, his services are continually in high demand.
Until forming his own successful independent recording company in 1988, Gary Lux was the head music mixer for Universal Studios. He has two Emmy Award nominations for his work with The Jacksons, and Frank Sinatra. Albums include: Rob Thomas “Something To Be”, Janet Jackson “From Janet To Damita Jo”, Usher “8701”, Ben Harper and The Blind Boys of Alabama “Live At The Apollo”, Sting “Brand New Day”, Norah Jones “Live In New Orleans”, Keith Urban “Still Alive”, and Rod Stewart “Live In Times Square”.