Jack LeTourneau: Studio Manager, Engineer, Recording, Engineer, Front of House Sound, Audio Engineer

Jack LeTourneau

last updated on 08/08/16

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Employment History / Credits

2010-Present JACK LETOURNEAU PRODUCTIONS Freelance, recording engineer, music producer, live recording engineer and sound designer.

JACK LETOURNEAU PRODUCTIONS/THE EXCHANGE RECORDING COMPLEX, Milwaukee, WI. 2010 to Present
Freelance Recording Engineer and Producer. Recording and producing various regional and international music & video projects, on location and in the studio. Freedy Johnston, Bobby Messano (NY), Sister Hyde (Canada), Aaron Williams & the Hoodoo and Launchpad, The Les Paul statewide high school music competition.

JACK LETOURNEAU PRODUCTIONS/ELABS MULTIMEDIA AND ELABS REMOTE, Madison, WI. Milwaukee, WI. and Chicago, IL 2004-2010
Principal, sound designer, chief engineer, manager and producer in charge of coordinating daily operation of state-of-the-art 5.1 recording studios and remote recording truck. Designed all studios, specializing in video, film, music production, soundtrack, film and video composing, live recording and broadcast mixing. 5.1 large stadium and dome planetarium productions currently being viewed internationally for NASA, Sesame Street and the Adler Planetarium in Chicago.

PARAGON RECORDING STUDIOS, SATELLITE REMOTE, Chicago IL 1996-2004
Chief engineer and producer in charge of coordinating daily operation of downtown studios. Expertise in engineering and mastering, including design, studio management, creative operation and maintenance of analog and digital equipment. Supervised and managed all audio and video operations.

INDEPENDENT AUDIO PRODUCER/ENGINEER AND VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, Chicago, IL 1994-2009
Independent video and audio producer and editor for the Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, the University of Chicago Astrophysics Department, Sky Radio and the City of Chicago. Projects included:
• “One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure Sesame Street”, 2008-2009 5.1 Mixing Engineer in three languages (English, Spanish and Chinese)
• “TimeSpace”, 2007 Music Composer, Sound Designer, Audio Producer, 5.1-Mixing Engineer
• “Alien Experience”, 2003 Video Editor, Music Composer, Sound Designer, Audio Producer, Mixing Engineer
• “NASA At Forty”, 1998 ,Video Editor, Music Composer, Sound Designer, Audio Producer
• “Dawn of the Space Age Travel” 1998 Music Composer, Sound Designer, Audio Producer
• “1998 Galapagos Eclipse”, Video director/editor audio mixer for Abecrombie & Kent International and University of Chicago Astrophysics Department documentary.
• “Medieval Star Finders”, 1995, Video Director/Editor, Mixing Engineer
• “1994 South American Solar Eclipse”, Video Director/Editor, Mixing Engineer
• “1994 Chicago Annual Solar Eclipse”, Video Director/Editor, Mixing Engineer

D.J. INTERNATIONAL RECORDS AUDIO PRODUCER/ENGINEER Chicago IL. 1988-1994
Built and maintained and managed several audio and video studios for the internatioal in house music label. Responsible for engineering hundreds of vinyl singles, albums and Cd's. Recruited and supervised part-time employees. Assisted in development of national and international promotional marketing programs for projects, including live concerts and production of more than 40 music videos.


Member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences
Member of EARS Engineering and Recording Society of Chicago.
Member WAMI Wisconsin Area Music Awards
Member of Audio Engineering Society, and NAB