Alan Johnson is a music producer and recording engineer at Static
Shack Studios located in Indianapolis where for over 35 years he has
recorded, mixed, mastered and produced music, film and television
scores, publishing demos, post-production projects and commercials.
Whether recording pop, rock, country, blues or hip hop the focus is
always about the artist and song.
Having worked with a diverse number of artists, musicians and
songwriters from national recording acts Paul Rodgers, John Fogarty
The Byrds, Midwest legends Duke Tumatoe, Larry Crane, Steve,
Lamar Campbell, Allee, Faith Marie, Rodney Stepp, and Isaac Rudd.
The Static Shack is also the musical home to the internationally
broadcast Bob and Tom Radio Show where Alan has been the
recording engineer and a co-producer for virtually the entire catalog
that encompasses over fifty CD releases and has also recorded
mixed and produced projects for renown comedians Heywood Banks,
Tim Wilson and Rodney Carrington.
Alan has been a NARAS / Grammy Award® voting member since
The Static Shack is a leading full service recording studio specializing
in music recording and audio production. Designed by Russ Berger in
1984, the Static Shack is a creative blend of old and new recording
technologies using Steinberg’s Cubase and Nuendo, Universal Audio
UAD, Steven Slate, Waves and a Yamaha DM200 digital console to
vintage and tube gear from Urei, Tube-tech, API and Vintech with
over forty microphones from Neumann, Coles, Manley, AEA, Shure,
Josephson, Sennheiser and AKG.