" I found the ARREL Audio CL-123 channel strip to be very open with an incredibly musical EQ. The various bandwidth switches are very useful. On guitars especially good as I could get a lot of gain with unnoticeable additional noise. "

Brad Haehnel, Producer, Sound Engineer has amassed an impressive list of clients over a 20 year career both in music and film circles. From Nelly Furtado to Moulin Rouge (Dir: Baz Luhrmann), Haehnel has worked on a wide range of musical genres bringing his technical expertise and musical sensibility to each and every project.

Brad began his engineering career at Manta Sound in Toronto, Canada in 1987 in the dubbing room after graduating Summa cum Laude from Trebas School of Recording. He quickly climbed the ranks at Manta Sound to Assistant Engineer status where he learned the techniques of recording for album, film and commercial music.

In 1993, he moved to Los Angeles to become an independent engineer. Once establishing himself in Los Angeles, he worked at Oceanway Recording Studios in Hollywood alongside producer/engineer giants likes of Don Was, Phil Ramone, Trevor Horn, Al Schmitt and Dr Dre, to name a few. Brad recorded and mixed film scores for the Denzel Washington's directorial debut "The Antwone Fisher Story," "Ararat" directed by award-winning director Aton Egoyan and "The Hulk" --all films were composed by Mychael Danna. Brad has worked on tracks for Jarvis Church's (lead singer for The Philosopher Kings) new album on RCA records. and "Barenaked" by Jennifer Love Hewitt; "The Detour Home" by indie Canadian artist Scott Merritt and UK artist Ashton Lane on the single release of "Yesterday's Too Late."

Current Credits: This year Brad has nomination for best engineered album for Claudia Brant - Manuscrito at the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards, set for Nov. 10 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas.