Greg Reely

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Vancouver based engineer/producer Greg Reely began his career early in the 1980's most prominently as a live sound engineer with artists such as 'Images in Vogue', 'Skinny Puppy' and '54-40'. Well known on the West coast indie scene, it was not long before Greg began producing and recording artists such as Animal Slaves, Moev, 'The Grapes of Wrath' and eventually 'Sarah McLachlan' for the then growing independent Nettwerk Productions.

Perhaps best known for his long time work with Vancouver label Nettwerk Records and Industrial/Electronic artists such as 'Frontline Assembly', 'Delerium' and 'Fear Factory', Greg continues to work with a wide range of international recording artists in all musical genres.

Primarily a mix and mastering engineer these days, 2011-2012 saw a number of the projects completed, including Overkill's "The Electric Age", Fear Factory's "The Industrialist", 3 Inches of Blood "Long Live Heavy Metal", Animetal USA's "W", Front Line Assembly's "Airmech", and Delerium's "Music Box Opera".

When he's not in the studio, you can find Greg out on the links doing what he does best - meticulously tweaking his swing, or experimenting with photography.