Jim Scheffler is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1987||Tom Howard||Solo Piano||Engineer|
|1987||Phil Keaggy||The Wind and The Wheat||Engineer, Mixed|
|1987||Evie||Christmas Memories||Mixed, Remixed|
|1988||Sandi Patty||Make His Praise Glorious||Engineer|
|1990||Morris Chapman||Live Worship||Live Engineer|
|1995||Love Song||Welcome Back||Engineer|
|2000||Tom Howard||Sanctuary - Serenity||Engineer|
Jim Scheffler has been a major force in the recording industry for over 30 years, beginning his career at Universal Recording in 1975. Over the years he has worked in Chicago, Hollywood, New York, Salt Lake City, Seattle and Nashville sound studios... As well as outside of the United States in London, Singapore, Brazil.
During his remarkable career, Jim has had the privilege of working with, and learning from, a few of the world’s greatest recording engineers... names such as Murray Allen (Stan Kenton Records), Doug Brand (2 Grammy nominations in the sixties), Toby Foster (gifted music mixer and teacher), Al Schmitt (Multiple Grammy Winner), Bill Schnee (Multiple Grammy Winner), Bruce Swedien (Multiple Grammy Winner).
Jim has also designed sound systems for churches, theaters, and touring companies across many venue types including convention centers, arenas and stadiums. He enjoys live mixing as much as working in the studio.