Grammy and TEC award-winning producer/engineer Ed Cherney is known for his work with a wide array of artists, among them Iggy Pop, Bob Seger, Bette Midler, Bonnie Raitt, Wynonna, Eric Clapton, Jann Arden, Jackson Browne, Keb’ Mo, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones, to name just a few. A founding member of the Music Producers Guild of America, Cherney has also served as Governor of the L.A. Chapter of the Recording Academy, and was honored with the Mix Foundation TEC Award as Engineer of the Year.
Some recent projects include Buddy Guy’s Grammy-winning “Blues Singer,” recording and mixing the Rolling Stones acclaimed HBO Special and live box set “4 Flicks,” and the Grammy-nominated soundtrack and score for the hit film “A Mighty Wind.” Cherney also was Music Producer and Engineer for the Rolling Stones’ “The Biggest Bang” DVD. Recent projects include recording and mixing records for SheDaisy, Jann Arden, and music for the films “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” “Duplicity,” and Disney’s “Planet Earth.” Cherney is currently producing new artist Charlie Greene, and completed Spinal Tap’s “Back From The Dead,” a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album. He is also recording and mixing a new project for the rock band Snew and is about to mix a new CD for Keb Mo.
Ed is a founding member of the METAlliance (Music Engineering & Technology Alliance) which was launched in January 2005. METAlliance.com