Producer/Engineer/Drummer Jim Pavett is the owner of Allusion Studios and a boutique pro audio consulting/sales business by the name of Pure Wave Audio.
Jim Pavett
Jim holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and is an experienced educator and clinician. He understands the dynamics between the music and the recording equipment. Throughout his career, he has served as a panelist for the PotLuck / TapeOp Recording Conventions, written for and featured in national audio magazines including Mix, Pro Sound News and Pro Audio Review, and has created audio samples and beta-tested new products for several pro-audio manufacturers.

One of his recording projects was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2007, and in 2010, he recorded and mixed Jack Gladstone’s Native Anthropology, which won Gladstone the Historic Recording Artist of the Year. He created and produces the The Studio Edge Pro Audio Recording Series, which allows Jim to give back to the world by providing education. He has added TV personality to his credentials by regularly appearing as a judge on the CBS show, Lucky Break.

Jim has had the privilege of recording Alisha Keys, Doyle Bramhall, Marty Friedman (Megadeth), Barry Sparks (Yngwie Malmsteen, Dokken, Ted Nugent), Boyz II Men, Cyndi Lauper, Jack Gladstone, Thomas Jane (Punisher, HBO Hung), Vera Farmiga (Source Code), George Clooney, and Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy).

Jim is equally as talented behind a drum kit. Listeners and audiences are treated to his unique “theater of percussion” during live shows and on recordings. Over the years, Jim has played and recorded with many groups including Warp 3, Barry Sparks (Michael Schenker and Yngwie Malmsteen), JV Collier ( Bruce Hornsby, Pointer Sisters, Motown Records), and Tony Kishman (Wishbone Ash, Beatlemania) Betty Stress, Grimble Wedge, Rich Hopkins & the Luminarios, to name a few.

www.TheStudioEdge.com
www.allusionstudios.com
www.purewaveaudio.com
www.jimpavett.com
Courses by Jim Pavett
  • The Studio Edge 103
    Case Study: The Home Studio
    Enough acoustic theory, let’s start building! In this third course from our Studio Design and Construction series you get an on-location look at how a project studio actually gets built!
    (8)
  • The Studio Edge 102
    Constructing and Fine Tuning Your Studio
    Get out you hammer, nail gun and hardhat... This course by Jim Pavett will teach you how to take your initial studio design and transform it into the actual floors, walls and ceilings of your recording studio!
    (10)
  • The Studio Edge 101
    Planning A Recording Studio
    Do you want to build a recording studio? Where do you begin? This course demystifies the planning process and teaches how to get your studio designed and built!
    (13)
  • Studio Concepts 501
    Gear and the Physics of Sound
    These days more and more people are recording at home instead of going to professional studios. The technology involved has become so accessible that almost anyone can start up their own studio. While this means that there's more music out there than ever, it also means there's a lot more poorly produced music floating around. It's not enough to simply have the required equipment. You need to know how to use it!
    (15)
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