Geoff Pesche is a British mastering engineer currently based at Abbey Road Studios in London, U.K.
After leaving high school, Geoff took up a job as a motorbike messenger at Tape One Studios, shuffling tapes through the buzzing cultural capital of Camden. His role grew from delivering tapes to copying them inside the studio’s cutting room, and over the course of three years, Tape One’s mastering engineer taught Pesche the all about the process.
Geoff soon built a name for himself, cutting the vinyl lacquers for some of history’s most iconic records, such as the 12-inch of New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’ and the platinum-selling album ‘Brothers In Arms’ by Dire Straits.
He went on to work for some of England’s most renowned studios, among them being Utopia, Masterpiece, and Townhouse. He mastered a string of hits that includes ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ by Kylie Monogue, which reached number one in forty countries worldwide. He joined Abbey Road Studios in 2006.
To date, Geoff Pesche has mastered records by a slew of chart-topping acts including Enya, William Orbit, Leftfield, Jimmy Page & Robert Plant, Pulp, LCD Soundsystem, Bryan Ferry, Florence + the Machine, Rita Ora, David Bowie, Lily Allen, Nina Nesbitt, Tina Turner, M.I.A., Rudimental, Blur, Deadmau5, and Pixie Lott.