Uniform Recording

Uniform Recording Contact: email jeffzeigler(at)gmail.com for a current equipment list, rates and availability.

Equipment List:

Outboard Preamps:

Avedis MA5
Chandler Germanium 500
Z-XFRM Labs (API 312 w/ Demedio mods)
Custom Shure M68-based preamp
Altec 1567a tube mixer
Altec 1589b (2)
Classic API VP26
Gates Tube Pre
VMP-2 Tube Preamp and EQ (2 channels)
Allen & Heath GS-3000 tube preamp (2 channels)


Neumann km84
RFT/Geffell DM622
Soundelux U195
Altec 165a w/ 29b capsule
Beyerdynamic m160

Beyerdynamic m201
Beyerdynamic m101
Beyerdynamic m500
Beyerdynamic M69
Beyerdynamic Soundstar MKIII
Beyerdynamic Opus65
Shure Sm59
Shure Sm7
Audio Technica pro37r
Audio Technica 813a
Rode NTV w/ Blackplate RCA 12at7
Sennheiser 441
Electrovoice 635a
Electrovoice Re20
Altec 633a Salt Shaker

Compressors, Limiters:

SSL G384
MXR Dual Limiter
Elysia Expressor
Urei 7110
Valley People Dyna-mite
TOA CL-021 FET Compressor/Limiter
RNC 1773


Spencer Kennedy 302 Variable tube filter
Urei 546 stereo parametric equalizer
Shure Audio Master


Roland Re-201 Space Echo
Yamaha E-1010 Analog Delay
Digitech Time Machine Digital Delay/Sampler
Yamaha SPX-90
Yamaha REV-7
Midiverb II
Furman Rv-1 Spring Reverb
Tapco Spring Reverb
Various overdrive, distortion and modulation pedals,
including the ElectroHarmonix Microsynth, Moog Phaser, Zvex fuzz factory,
Alesis Bitrman bit reduction unit, etc

Recording Devices:

Tascam MS-16 1" 16 track
Pro Tools 10 native


Antelope Orion 32-Channel I/O and Master Clock


Allen & Heath GS3000 24 channel, 8-buss recording console


Dynaudio BM5aII's
KRK 7000b
Sony SSB-1000 bookshelf speakers
Leak Sandwich speakers
Realistic Minimus 7's

Power Amplifiers:

Adcom GFA-545
Adcom GFA-535


Vox AC-15 with Celestion blue 12" speaker, Mid-90's marshall era
1968 Fender Bassman with matching 2x12 cabinet,
with original Oxford 12's, and additional cabinet with vintage Jensen 12" speakers
Ampeg B25b bass head with matching 2x15 cabinet, with original CTS 15's
1960's Ampeg b-18 'fliptop' with original CTS 18" speaker
Altec 342b tube P.A. head modded in to guitar amplifier


Hagstrom Viking Semi-Hollow (mid-70's)
Fender Jazzmaster
Danelectro 12-string electric guitar
1970's Takamine jumbo Guild copy acoustic with fishman pick-up
Yamaha Classical Guitar
Fender P-bass
Teisco nylon-string electric bass with Rio Grande P-bass pickups


Wurlitzer 140b electric piano
Farfisa Compact Deluxe organ
Arp Omni II
Korg Polysix
Korg Mono/Poly
Moog Rogue
Juno 60 analog poly synth
Siel DK600
Siel Orchestra II
RMI 300b Electrapiano
Hammond Sounder III
Peterson Chromatic tuner 7 octave Oscillator
Wurlitzer Upright Acoustic Piano
Korg Microsampler
Circuit Bent Casio SK-1
Casio sk-60 & sk-1 mini-sampler/synthesizer
Yamaha vss-200 synthesizer/sampler (x2)
Yamaha pss-688 FM synthesizer


2X Vintage Slingerland drum kit
Ludwig 26" tympani
various handheld percussion devices and additional drums

and a variety of other instruments, including glockenspiel, autoharp, omnichord, bowed psaltery etc.


Damon and Rob asleep in Jeff Zeigler's sponge factory studio (pre Uniform Recording between "Cats of the Wild Volume 2" sessions. Philadelphia, August 2001. A very common Swirlie sleeping arrangement from 1990-present, as any current or former band member would know.

A very kind shoutout by bud Chris Forsyth. Gimme a shout if you’re looking to make some records in 2022!

A very kind shoutout by bud Chris Forsyth. Gimme a shout if you’re looking to make some records in 2022!

Hey just a Happy New Year recommendation here. This is engineer/producer/musician/100% best dude Jeff Zeigler. If you’re in Philly you definitely know him and there’s an excellent chance that even if you’re not in Philly, you know him. And if you’ve ever heard my music, you’ve heard him, as he’s had a hand in literally everything I’ve done in the last 12-13 years. He’s got big ears, mega chops, excellent ideas. If you’ve got a recording/mixing project coming up, I’m here to suggest his services, remote or in person for your rock, electronic, ambient, free jazz, cool jazz, death jazz, hair metal, shoe gaze, hip hop, post-punk, country funk, or other retro futurist mangling of all sorts. Hit him up! Love ya, JZ!


For the last months, Ive had the pleasure of working with Ricardo Rivera on the newest installation by Klip Collective as the music director, collaborator and sound designer/composer.

We’ve had the pleasure of working with some truly inspiring sound artists on this project such as: Dan Deacon, Mary Lattimore - Harpist, Julianna Barwick and Jeff Zeigler aka Uniform Recording- all of whom had created bespoke pieces for this show. The soundtrack CD package , designed by Anthony Smyrski Studios, is available for purchase ONLY on location at Grounds For Sculpture gift shop and available to stream on Spotify.

So…. if you are in the area, please come and visit, and enjoy some mind-melting.



Now that our city is opening again, MAGNET has launched Philadelphia Freedom to explore what happens next with our music scene, post-quarantine.


Westmoreland Street
Philadelphia, PA

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 12am
Tuesday 9am - 12am
Wednesday 9am - 12am
Thursday 9am - 12am
Friday 9am - 12am
Saturday 9am - 12am
Sunday 9am - 12am




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