Captured in a chapel in Salt Lake City, the pipe organ was played by Marc Madsen. Bryan set up a surround array of microphones to capture as much of the natural space as possible.
Bryan was contacted by the guitar player of the band because he trusted Bryan's ear. Bryan produced, tracked and mixed the Artemis Empire debut EP. Assistant Engineer Trevor Van Soolen.
The powerful emotions evoked by Stacy were no easy task to capture. Bryan was able to work with her and explain to her the importance of the emotional connection and got Stacy to deliver a phenomenal performance.
This is an edit of the full performance. Bryan Sansom and Trevor Van Soolen's efforts to enhance the lyrical performances are noticed in the depth of the Mix. Tracked, mixed and mastered by Bryan Sansom and Trevor Van Soolen.
Victim Effect took the Hard Rock and Metal scenes by storm in 2006. The band played on various stages such as Warped Tour and The Taste of Chaos. Victim Effect won the Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands in 2007 Bryan managed the band as well as co-wrote some of their music. Late into the night while the band had some time off Bryan, Greg and Micah came up with a riff that developed into an idea. Bryan still has the original recording that became The Anthem
While Bryan is known to write lots of Hard Rock and Metal but after watching the movie The Darjeeling Limited he decided to plug in his acoustic guitar and began experimenting with the sound. With the use of Auto Tune on his guitar he came up with this almost Sitar feeling jam.
The Album Pocket Aces was Star-Off's inaugural effort. Captured in many different studios the guitarist Brad came to Bryan on a recommendation of a mutual friend. Bryan mixed and mastered the album. This song is one of the more musically diverse on the album.
reminiscent of something from That Thing You Do! This piece shows off some variations to Bryan's mixing abilities.
David Fyffe was relentless in demanding for Bryan to Master his album Eternity. Bryan and David came to an agreement and Bryan dove into mastering. This is one of Bryan's personal favorite's from the album. Many mastering techniques were employed in the mastering of this alum. Bryan used a lot of Mid-Side processing to create the desired effect David wanted.
When Dane Spencer approached Bryan Sansom about mastering an album that had been recorded back in the 90's Bryan was ecstatic. Bryan got his good friend Trevor and the duo began the task of not only mastering the album but restoring it as well.
When the director and producer of the music video asked for a remix of the song, Bryan was the man for the task. Re-Mixed and Mastered by Bryan Sansom
Bryan took the lead on the sound sweetening (Post Production Audio Mixing) on Forward 13. The editor approached Bryan and his team in part because of the great work that they did on Under Armour Presents Ridge Reaper season 1. Bryan Sansom Audio Lead, Trevor Van Soolen Audio assistant and Andrew Keele was the production intern
This clip from the movie was edited after the fact, but the audio is a representation of the work Bryan and his team put into Forward 13
This clip is a representation of the restoration and mixing of the team.
Another Clip from Forward 13. The documentary is available in 5.1 surround sound.
Bryan and his team tackled season 1 of the thrilling series Ridge Reaper that airs on the Outdoor Channel This television series tested creative boundaries as well as the skills of the audio team. Each episode represents hours of work dialog leveling, editing and mixing. Audio lead and mixer Bryan Sansom. Dialog levelers and editors Trevor Van Soolen and Eric Limburg.
This is a Pre CALM act spot. Done in conjunction with Millquas Productions Bryan created the mix and the dialog for the spot.
Bryan has spent countless hours in the studio perfecting his craft. He has recorded live performances, audio books, radio shows and more TV and Movie releases as well. If there is something further you are looking for please contact Bryan. Thank you for taking your time to review the contents of this page as well as your consideration Bryan Sansom and 8747 Productions as a candidate in your program. I look forward to working with you soon!