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Chris Estes President Endless Analog

Founder and CEO
Endless Analog

Christopher Estes is a Nashville-based recording engineer, mixer, songwriter and inventor. He is the founder of Endless Analog and the inventor of its critically acclaimed flagship product, CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor), a hardware and software system that improves the sound quality of digital audio. Last year, Estes and CLASP have recently been nominated for the prestigious TEC Award.

In founding Endless Analog, his vision was simple: to offer revolutionary new audio technology that would, for the first time in history, bring user-friendly hybrid analog processing to every studio environment around the world. CLASP boasts a star-studded list of users, some of whom include Lenny Kravitz, Aerosmith, Johnny Depp (Unison Music), Abbey Road Studios, Peter Frampton, Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift), Beck, Michael W. Smith, Denis Savage (Celine Dion), Butch Walker (Panic at the Disco, Pink, Avril Lavigne), Dave Cobb (Shooter Jennings, Jamey Johnson), Chuck Ainlay and John Fields (Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Switchfoot), among others.

As a musician and producer, over the past 10 years, Estes’ clients have included former Elektra Records artist and renowned songwriter Billy Mann (Sting, Celine Dion, Teddy Geiger, Jessica Simpson), Ryan Tedder of One Republic (One Republic, Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson), Major Bob Music (Garth Brooks, Lane Turner), Krystal Myers (Sony), Michael Tait (EMI), Universal Music Group, Nate Sallie (Curb Records), EMI/CMG, TVT Records and Dreamworks Nashville. The Gospel Music Association has presented Estes with two consecutive Dove Award nominations for his work as a producer and songwriter.

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