Yan Perchuk

Grammy-nominated participant mixer/producer

"There are story-tellers and story listeners. My artists are the storytellers and I'm the perfect listener."

My music production career has afforded me the opportunity to work across many genres with some of the industries top mixing engineers.  Following my studies at Berklee College of Music, I studied with Manny Marroquin and Andrew Scheps.  I worked as a mixer for Stanley Clarke’s ‘Last Train to Sanity’ and with his D Stringz project (Impulse Records).  

As a composer, I have enjoyed working for film, TV, and video games.  I have recently composed for the film “Priorities” (TBA) and I have also operated as a score producer for “Lost After Dark” (Gold Rush Entertainment.   I composed the music for the game “World of Zoo” (THQ).  My compositions have also been featured on many TV shows, including “The Voice”, “The Today Show”, “Dateline”, “Pawn Stars”, “Access Hollywood”, and “E News”. 

But despite working with such musical heavy-weights, some of my favorite projects have been helping indie artists (such as Karmin, Wax, and grammy-award winning pianist Ruslan Sirota) to amplify their artistic visions.  I’m based out of my Los Angeles studio: Vibrant Productions.

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