Jett Galindo is a Los Angeles-based mastering engineer and vinyl cutter from The Bakery. Jett has worked on albums spanning a wide array of genres and artists such as Elvis Costello, Jamila Woods, the League of Legends: Arcane Original Soundtrack, Weezer, to name a few. Jett Galindo carries on the legacy left behind by her late mentor, mastering legend Doug Sax of The Mastering Lab.
Outside of mastering, Jett serves as a member of the Recording Academy P&E Wing Advisory Council as well as a board member of Women in Vinyl, a non-profit that aims to promote education and representation in the vinyl record industry. She is also actively involved with Soundgirls, a global non-profit organization that aims to provide support to women & LGBTQ+ folks working in the audio & music industry. Jett has published over 30 mastering articles at iZotope’s LEARN portal.
Recipient of Summa Cum Laude honors and the Robin Coxe-Yeldham Audio Scholar Award from Berklee College of Music, Jett Galindo was mentored by luminaries in the music industry including George Massenburg; recording engineer Susan Rogers; and mastering engineer and former AES President Jonathan Wyner. Jett kickstarted her post-Berklee career in Avatar Studios in New York as the recording engineer for producer Jerry Barnes. As Barnes’ engineer, Jett engineered for veteran artists such as legendary singer-songwriter Roberta Flack, Nile Rodgers, Bashiri among others.
In 2013, Jett joined The Mastering Lab family as the right-hand woman to pioneer mastering engineer and GRAMMY Technical Achievement awardee Doug Sax. During her years at The Mastering Lab, Jett worked on various notable vinyl releases including Pink Floyd’s 15th & final album “Endless River”. Since Doug Sax’s passing in 2015, Jett strives to continue on her mentor’s legacy through her mastering work at The Bakery alongside colleagues Eric Boulanger, Peter Hewitt-Dutton, and Jaymes Quirino.