Chris Tabron is an award-nominated record producer, mixer, and engineer based in New York City.
Chris has worked as a producer or mixer for a diverse range of musicians, including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Lianne La Havas, Battles, The Voidz, and Son Lux. He executive produced and mixed House of Zef, the final album by South African duo Die Antwoord, in 2020.
Tabron is well-known for his hybrid mixing style, which employs both analog and digital equipment to generate rich audio textures and quick workflows.
Tabron was founder and multi-instrumentalist of the electronic-pop group, The Ten Paces, which released Cacophonics in 2005 on Sidepocket Recordings, that Tabron produced and engineered.
He also does hip-hop, pop, and remix production work under the moniker Madison Avenue Girls. Tabron was musical director for top-ten Billboard hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang (Virgin Records) on their release tour for their debut album, Breakfast.