Tucker Martine is a Portland, Oregon
based producer, engineer and musician. He has run his own studio
Flora since 1993, which until recently was located in Seattle, Washington.
In addition to his work with Frisell, Townsend and Chamberlain, Martine
has worked with folks such as The Decemberists, Sufjan
Stevens, Mudhoney, Laura Veirs, The Long Winters, Jim White, Jesse
Sykes, Mylab, Erin McKeown, Brian Blade and Orchestra Dim Bridges
with Eyvind Kang. He has also released several records of field recordings
including Bush Taxi Mali, Broken Hearted Dragonflies and Eat the
Dream (Moroccan Reveries). Martine co-composed the startup sound
for Microsoft's new Vista operating system with Robert Fripp and
Steve Moore, following up Brian Eno's Windows 95 composition. Martine
also leads his own project Mount Analog.
info at www.mountanalog.com...