Evan Schiller is a Seattle-based recording and mix engineer, musician, soundtrack composer, mastering engineer, and producer.

 

Evan has been playing and recording music since the messy age of 5 in the 1970's.  Owner of zulusound studio, Evan has recorded, mixed and/or performed with such artists as Sadhappy, Eyvind Kang, Jami Sieber, Mike Keneally (Frank Zappa band), Skerik, Michael Manring, Ahamefule J. Oluo, Timothy Young and Very Special Forces, Kaskades, Alan Bishop, The Invisible Hands (Egypt),  Joshua Kohl and the Degenerate Art Ensemble, Sera Cahoone, Alex Guy, Samantha Boshnack, Wayne Horvitz, Mike Patton, Bill Frisell, etc.  Please review the discography for a list.

 

He has composed soundtracks for films, documentaries, TV commercials such as Magic the Gathering, contemporary dance, PSA's, computer games, and modern theater (see credits list).  Evan recently co-composed (with cellist Jami Sieber) the PBS American Masters documentary "Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning".

 

Evan studied percussion performance, music theory and ear training at Western Washington University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in audio/video production at The Evergreen State College.  Schiller played drums with the instrumental punk/jazz band Sadhappy, which included (at different times): Paul Hinklin, Skerik, Michael Manring, and Mike Keneally (Frank Zappa band).