Andrew Scheps is a very successful mix engineer with a diverse range of clients, including Adele, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Zac Brown Band, Jennifer Nettles, Neil Diamond, Kid Rock and many more.
Andrew Scheps is best known for his well balanced, modern sounding mixes, that are often loud. Scheps worked out of his Punkerpad West Studio in Van Nuys, California using a Neve console and a very large range of outboard gear. (A small sampling appears here)
During the recording of the Hozier record in 2014, Andrew Scheps started transitioning to mixing in the box. He has stayed that way ever since, preferring the convenience and flexibility of working in the box.
A couple of years after that Hozier record, Andrew Scheps moved to the countryside of England and works out of his home, from what is essentially a home studio setup. The room has no acoustic treatment, and he mixes on an old pair of Tannoy SRM10 Monitors from the late 1970s, which are a 10″ dual concentric design.