Jon Weil

Head Audio Engineer & Founder of Fuzzywallz Mastering

Originally hailing from Cincinnati, OH, Jon started out writing songs, playing guitar, and singing at the age of 8. A few years after that, he caught the recording bug and hasn’t looked back. It all started with recording his and his friends’ bands on cheap tape decks and quickly escalated from there to full-blown multitrack productions, using every bit of gear he could get his hands on. “Fuzzywallz” is what he called his first home studio, for fairly obvious reasons.

Jon Weil at console, Uranus Recording
Jon (mastering engineer) with Tucker (beautiful, loving pup)

In 1998 Jon moved to Tempe, AZ. By mid-2004, he had graduated from the Conservatory of Recording Arts in Sciences and established Fuzzywallz (LLC). The next few years were spent recording and mixing out of (mostly) home studios, mobile rigs and running live sound. Word-of-mouth and a maybe little luck led Jon to engineer some sessions for international heroes, the “Gin Blossoms”, at Uranus Recording Studio. His work on their album “No Chocolate Cake” led to him becoming the Chief Engineer from 2010 until it’s closing in 2015. During that time, Jon got to work with hundreds of local acts and quite a handful of major-label artists too (see the extensive client list). After Uranus closed, he continued working with many local (and national) artists around town.

Jon and his family made the move to Shoreline, WA in late 2016. By the start of 2017, he had a new studio (the “North City Suite”) up and running. For the next year Jon kept very busy working with Arizona clients and building up a new client base in the Seattle area. In October of 2017 Jon moved to a much larger location in the Echo Lake area and built an even bigger and better studio, now dubbed the “Echo Lake Suite”.