Born in New York City, Fouché at the age of 4 years old moved to and grew up on the Caribbean Island of Hispañola, in the country of Haiti. He grew up immersed in the Haitian culture, its rhythms and its sounds and returned to the United States at the age of 16.
Following his passion, Fouché graduated from The College For Recording Arts in San Francisco in 1992. He diligently studied courses in Music Business, Music Law, Studio Electronics, Sound Engineering, Sound Reinforcement, Music Production, and Sound for Film. Among some of his instructors were such greats as Fred Catero (Janis Joplin, Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock, Phoebe Snow, Chicago, Blood, Sweat & Tears, the Pointer Sisters) Leo De Gar Kulka (Frank Sinatra, Nat “King” Cole, Little Richard, Herb Alpert, Sam Cooke), James Allen (Backdraft, Terminator 2).
Over the past few years he’s worked with the Grammy Award winning rock group Living Colour (Vernon Reid, Doug Wimbish, Will Calhoun, Cory Glover), the legendary Chuck D, Musiq Soulchild, just to name a few. Fouché also worked on several video games produced by the multi-national video game publisher Namco Bandai Games, Inc on titles such as “Afro Samurai” featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Kelly Hu, “Active Life Extreme Challenge,” and the world famous “Pac Man.”
Now settled in West Hollywood, California, and while still involved in the video game industry, Fouché’s passion lies in producing Hip-Hop, R & B, Pop, and Latin acts, assisting them in the production of their songs, their music videos, and promotional videos.
“My recording studio encompasses what I believe to represent my core beliefs: Honesty, Fun, Passion and High Quality.” says Fouché. “It provides a comfortable environment for artists to freely express their creativity using today’s state of the art recording and mixing equipment.”
“Music is meant to feel good and be fun!.”