Jane Aurora is a producer, mix engineer and multi-instrumentalist. She divides her time between Vancouver and Melbourne, collaborating with world-class artists to produce quality music. Jane’s approach to production cultivates an adventurous creative environment, with the perfect balance of spontenaiety and scrupulous attention to detail.
She has worked with many artists across the globe including: Tullara; Digging Roots; C.R. Avery; The Wars. Tullara’s 'Better Hold On' won Australian Roots EP of the Year (2017) at the Australian Roots Music awards. Tullara's popular track, 'Six Months' has had over 1 million Spotify streams.
Jane developed her production skills in studios across the world, working alongside ARIA Producer of the Year 2016 Tony Buchen (Blue King Brown, The Church), Jesse Bear (various top 40 artists worldwide) and Robin Mai (John Butler Trio). She often plays a number of instruments on a recording, helping to sculpt a distinctive sonic palette. Also experienced in sound design, she's worked in post production for film and advertising, most notably for the launch of ‘Flowhive™’ the world's most successful crowd-funding campaign which raised USD $12 Million.
Jane is the Creative Director and founder of Arrival Sounds, a music licensing company representing the catalogue of 50+ Canadian and Australian artists for Film, TV, Web and Advertising. Arrival Sounds is committed to creating innovative opportunities for artists in the ever-shifting landscape of the music industry.
In addition to music production, Jane occasionally works in film, specializing in music videos. Her most recent work—as Production Designer, D.O.P and Editor— was made in collaboration with Actor/Director Luvia Peterson (Continuum -SHOWCASE, The Murders - CTV) in Los Angeles for Miss Quincy’s ‘Remind Me of Myself’.