Count, AKA Mikael Eldridge, is a San Francisco based music producer, engineer, mixer, remixer, mastering engineer, and film maker. Credits include artists such as Radiohead, The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Tycho, Trombone Shorty, DJ Shadow, Mavis Staples, Galactic, Thievery Corporation, Zoe Keating, The Revivalists, New Order, Roberto Fonseca and more (see below). Click for more information about the documentary Unsound.
Check out Tycho's Grammy nominated album Epoch. One of the coolest albums I've worked on in a while.
This amazing Cuban pianist transcends the jazz genre in this latest release Abuc. It is a musical tribute to Cuba's musical history, but with a modern twist. Trombone Shorty and Buena Vista Social Club's Eliades Ochoa guest on this great album.
The Rolling Stones
No Doubt "Hey Baby" (Grammy)
Tycho (Grammy nominated)
Roberto Fonseca (Grammy nominated)
Mavis Staples (Grammy)
Trombone Shorty (Grammy nominated)
The Bee Gees
Los Amigos Invisibles (Grammy nominated)
John Cale (Velvet Underground)
Score for the film “This Girl’s Life”
Deep Blue Something
Score and music supervision for the film "Quality of Life"
DJ Shadow's latest album includes the collaboration with Run the Jewels that everyone has been talking about since it aired on the show Silicon Valley. Check it out on Shadow's site.
A few tracks from my producer/ mixer reel.
ELECTRONIC + HIP HOP
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San Francisco based producer, Count [AKA Mikael Eldridge], has been involved in just about every aspect of the music business. He has worked for indie and major labels, scored films, and has worked as producer, engineer, mixer, and remixer for artists such as DJ Shadow, Frank Sinatra, Radiohead, John Cale [Velvet Underground], No Doubt, New Order, RUN DMC, Tycho, Zoe Keating, Galactic, Trombone Shorty, The Bee Gees,Thievery Corporation, and many more. With his own bands Inu and Halou, Count has toured the US and performed live at shows such as Seattle's Bumbershoot festival, The San Francisco International Film Festival, the SF Museum of Modern Art, Filter Magazine's Culture Collides Festival and more. Count is currently directing the documentary Unsound, which is about the impact that internet revolution is having on all creators. He has become a vocal advocate on artist rights issues, speaking at The Future of Music Summit, C2SV, SXSW, Grammys on the Hill, and several international summits. Count is also currently involved in the C3 (Content Creators Coalition) which is helping to organize a collective voice to deal with issues affecting creators in the internet age.