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Jimmy Douglass

 

 

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Jimmy Douglass is an American recording engineer and record producer, whose prolific career has spanned four decades. Having worked for many artists since the 1970s, Douglass has served as the main engineer for contemporary R&B/hip hop producer Timbaland beginning in 1996.

Jimmy Douglass started his studio career as a part-time tape copier in the early 1970s at the Atlantic Records studios in New York City. There he learned how to operate the studio's custom made 16-channel console and observed the work of great engineers and record producers including Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler and Arif Mardin. For his first time behind the faders, he was encouraged by Wexler to record demos.

He has also worked with Foreigner, the Rolling Stones, Passionate Friends, Elkie Brooks, and Missy Elliot.



 

 

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