Fred Breitberg

Fred Breitberg

Mix & Mastering Engineer

Freddie Breitberg has left his indefinable mark on the project To the Ends of the Earth. Confronted by hundreds of orchestral music and extra percussion tracks, in the field natural history clips, live in the field interview recordings, and studio voiceovers, Freddie described a mythical sound mixing board that would have to be 560 feet long to accommodate all the tracks. He harnessed all of these elements and mixed them into what is now a full music CD of original music and the audio track for the full documentary.

Chicago-based studio engineer, Fred Breitberg, has worked for Universal Recording Corp., Chess Records, Curtis Mayfield’s Custom Recording Studio, Streeterville Studios, Red Label Records and other major studios. Artists he has recorded include Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, Donny Hathaway, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole, Al Green, Neil Diamond, Neil Young, Journey, Kenny Rogers, and Professor Longhair. He has engineered recordings for many of Chicago’s top large ensembles, including the New Standard Jazz Orchestra, Chicago Jazz Orchestra, Jon Faddis & the Chicago Jazz Ensemble. Breitberg has engineered music for thousands of national and local advertising campaigns. Currently, Breitberg’s engineering activities include music recording and doing post-production and sound design production for the owned-and-operated ABC and CBS Chicago-area television stations. Visit online at freddiebaudio.com.

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