Lord-Alge gained notoriety while working at Unique Recording Studios, in New York City in the 1980s. It was there that he mixed James Brown’s Gravity album, the Rocky IV soundtrack, Prince’s Batman soundtrack, Steve Winwood’s Back in the High Life and dozens more iconic albums and soundtracks.
Chris leveraged his NY success and in 2008 opened Mix LA in Los Angeles where he continues to craft recordings for demanding artists such as Daughtry, Michael Bublé, and the Grammy-winning American Idiot by Green Day – arguably one of the very best sounding hard rock albums of the last 20 years.
Chris has been the owner of Mix LA in Los Angeles now since 2008. This place is loaded with gear, but of course what we are fans of, as well as Chris’ celebrity client list love the most, is the sound that is produced through a pair of M&K Sound MPS2510’s and two MX-5000 subwoofers (located underneath the mixing console), managed by an M&K Bass Management Controller, BMC-1.