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Chris Lord-Alge is a mixer who has worked on various albums. He is the brother of Tom Lord-Alge, another audio engineer. Chris Lord-Alge is known for his extreme use of dynamic range compression in both hardware and software plug-in versions.[1] Chris Lord-Alge gained notoriety while working at Unique Recording Studios, NYC in the 1980s for his mixing on James Brown's Gravity album, which included the hit song "Living In America", the Rocky IV soundtrack, Prince's Batman, Joe Cocker's "Unchain My Heart" album, Chaka Khan's Destiny album, Carly Simon's Coming Around Again album, Tina Turner's Foreign Affair album and 12" remixes of Madonna's "Isla Bonita", the Rolling Stones' "Too Much Blood" and Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark", "Cover Me", and "Born in the U.S.A." While working in Japan (1995–1997),[citation needed] he worked with Tetsuya Komuro, No! Galers, Namie Amuro and hitomi. Lord-Alge has focused on mixing since the late 1990s, resulting in an extensive production discography (see below). In early 2010, Waves Audio released the Chris Lord-Alge Artist Signature Collection of audio plug-ins, a collection of 6 application-specific audio plug-ins for Bass, Drums, Effects, Vocals, Guitars, and Unplugged. [2] Slightly before that, Waves had also released a collection of CLA-branded compressors, labelled the 'Classic Compressors' bundle, featuring the CLA-76 (Urei 1176LN), CLA-2A (Teletronix LA-2A) and CLA-3A (Urei LA-3A). These are among Chris's favourite dynamics units. It is widely assumed that Waves were unable to get a license to produce authorised versions of the 1176, LA-2A and LA-3A as their current manufacturer and owner, Universal Audio, already produce their own range of audio plug-ins - the UAD packs; and so branded them under CLA's name instead. Waves also performed this action under the name of Jack Joseph Puig, where some of his favourite outboard, including a Fairchild limiter (sold as Puigchild), and 2 Pultec EQs (sold as Puigtec) was modelled by Waves, who again are widely assumed to have failed in obtaining a license to officially release the plug-ins under their true company names, as they have successfully done with brands including API and Solid State Logic. On February 22, 2011 Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan announced on Facebook that the band is working with Lord-Alge on two new songs for their project, "Teargarden by Kaleidyscope." [3] Selected production discography This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards, as section. You can help. The discussion page may contain suggestions. (May 2010) Meat Loaf – Hell In A Handbasket Meat Loaf – Hang Cool Teddy Bear AFI – Decemberunderground Vanessa Amorosi – Hazardous Avenged Sevenfold – Almost Easy Bad Religion – No Substance Blindside – About a Burning Fire David Bowie – Time Will Crawl (Dance Crew Mix) Boys Like Girls – Hero/Heroine Breaking Benjamin - Saturate, Phobia Comateens – Don't Come Back Creed – Full Circle Howie Day – "Collide – Chris Lord-Alge Mix" and "She Says – Chris Lord-Alge Mix" and "This Time Around – Chris Lord-Alge Mix" Dover (band) - I Ka Kené Family Force 5 – Business Up Front, Party In The Back Flyleaf – Memento Mori Green Day – Nimrod, American Idiot, 21st Century Breakdown and Awesome As Fuck. Darren Hayes – Spin Daughtry – Leave This Town, Daughtry (album) Head Automatica – "Beating Hearts Baby" Hinder – "Lips of an Angel" (Chris Lord Alge Edited Mix) [2007] Jack's Mannequin – Everything In Transit and The Glass Passenger Lights over Paris — Rescue Me Manic Street Preachers – Send Away The Tigers Dave Matthews Band – "Grux" and "Shake Me Like A Monkey" from Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King Mindless Self Indulgence - "Straight to Video: The Remixes" - Song: Straight to Video (Chris Lord-Alge Remix) My Chemical Romance – The Black Parade and Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys Stevie Nicks – Trouble in Shangri-La. Paramore – Brand New Eyes P.O.D. – Testify Quietdrive – When All That's Left Is You The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus – "Lonely Road" The Replacements – Don't Tell a Soul Rise Against – The Sufferer & the Witness, Appeal to Reason and Endgame The Rocket Summer – Do You Feel Saosin – Voices Senses Fail – Still Searching Simple Plan – Simple Plan Skillet – "Awake" Slipknot – Dead Memories and Sulfur Smashing Pumpkins - Teargarden by Kaleidyscope[4] Stone Temple Pilots – "All In The Suit That You Wear" and Stone Temple Pilots Sum 41 – Underclass Hero Switchfoot – The Beautiful Letdown and Nothing Is Sound Billy Talent – Billy Talent II Third Eye Blind – "Can You Take Me" and "Don't Believe A Word" from Ursa Major Underoath – Define the Great Line World At A Glance (band) – World At A Glance (album) – (produced by Chris Lord-Alge) [1988/Island Records] The Used – Lies for the Liars Sum 41 - Screaming Bloody Murder Adelitas Way - Home School Valedictorian References ^ , "Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Chris Lord-Alge" , Sound On Sound, May 2007 ^ March 2010 ^ ^ External links Chris Lord-Alge YouTube channel Video interview Artist Direct entry "An Evening With Chris Lord-Alge", EQ Magazine, Sep 2006 Chris Lord-Alge Facebook Page Chris Lord-Alge Feature, Chris Lord-Alge's Waves Plugin Collection v · d · eGrammy Award for Record of the Year (2000s) "Smooth"* by Santana (Rodney Holmes, Tony Lindsay, Karl Perazzo, Raul Rekow, Benny Rietveld, Carlos Santana, Chester Thompson) featuring Rob Thomas  · engineered/mixed by David Thoener, produced by Matt Serletic (2000) "Beautiful Day"* by U2 (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen, Jr.)  · engineered/mixed by Richard Rainey & Steve Lillywhite; produced by Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois (2001) "Walk On" by U2 (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen, Jr.)  · engineered/mixed by Richard Rainey & Steve Lillywhite; produced by Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois (2002) "Don't Know Why"* by Norah Jones;  · engineered/mixed by Jay Newland; produced by Arif Mardin, Jay Newland & Norah Jones (2003) "Clocks" by Coldplay (Guy Berryman, Jon Buckland, Will Champion, Phil Harvey, Chris Martin)  · engineered/mixed by Coldplay, Ken Nelson & Mark Phythian; produced by Coldplay & Ken Nelson (2004) "Here We Go Again" by Ray Charles and Norah Jones  · engineered/mixed by Al Schmitt, Mark Fleming, & Terry Howard; produced by John R. Burk (2005) "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day (Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, Frank Edwin Wright III)  · engineered/mixed by Chris Lord-Alge & Doug McKean, produced by Green Day & Rob Cavallo (2006) "Not Ready to Make Nice"* by Dixie Chicks (Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison)  · engineered/mixed by Chris Testa, Jim Scott & Richard Dodd; produced by Rick Rubin (2007) "Rehab"* by Amy Winehouse  · engineered/mixed by Tom Elmhirst, Vaughan Merrick, Dom Morley, Mark Ronson & Gabriel Roth; produced by Mark Ronson (2008) "Please Read the Letter" by Alison Krauss and Robert Plant  · engineered/mixed by Mike Piersante; produced by T-Bone Burnett (2009) Complete list · (1960s) · (1970s) · (1980s) · (1990s) · (2000s) · (2010s)