Gabe Lowry is a Los Angeles-based Recording / Mixing Engineer & Producer.
He has been playing, studying, writing, recording, touring, and making noise in some fashion or another since discovering his mother's piano at age 6. From studying music theory for years, taking lessons and playing in rock and punk bands since the age of 13 - to guitar in Jazz Ensemble (High School and College), he has been interested in making music that moves people.
After arriving in L.A. in 2004 from New York, he joined the Young Playthings, which recorded their debut L.P. for Dionysus Records in 2005. Being fully immersed in the tracking and mixing processes during the record's sessions gave him the bug to truly learn record making. He attended Musician's Institute's Audio Engineering and Post Production programs to learn Acoustics, Signal Processing, and to get hands on experience operating large format in-line recording consoles such as Neve and SSL. He learned from great mixers, producers and Grammy Award-winning engineers Francis Buckley (Black Flag, Aerosmith, Quincy Jones) and Dave Isaac (Marcus Miller, Luther Vandross, Eric Clapton).
Upon graduating, Gabe interned as a Mix Engineer at the Mix Room in Burbank for Owner / Mixer, Ben Grosse (Flaming Lips, Filter, Ben Folds, Marilyn Manson) and Chief Engineer Paul Pavao.
Today Gabe is an Engineer at Fox Force Five Recorders in Hollywood, CA working for Grammy Award-winning Producer & Engineer, J.J. Blair (Rod Stewart, June Carter Cash, Johnny Cash, Smokey Robinson, Weezer, Tommy Stinson, Reese Wynans, etc.)
Gabe also works as a Producer/Mixer out of his own studio: Here To Eternity Recorders. Located in Echo Park, it's equipped with superb acoustics, calibrated monitoring and a hand-picked selection of high quality Analog and Digital gear to form a "Best of" hybrid system. Recent Albums and Artists he has Produced, Mixed and or Engineered include: Dr. Boogie, Black Mambas, Jo Dog & Paul Black's SONIC BOOM (The Dogs D'Amour, The Mau Mau's, The Joneses), The Claws, Michael Wildwood (D Generation) and Sara Melson.