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Weston was born and raised in Waltham, Massachusetts. During the summers of 1985 and 1987, he marched as a clarion with the renowned Garfield Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps, Garfield, New Jersey. The corps won the Drum Corps International World Championships in both years. Weston still plays trumpet, as can be seen in Rachel’s The Sea and the Bells albums (from 1996) and Low’s (2001) Things We Lost in the Fire.
In 1987, Weston joined the Volcano Suns, playing bass. Volcano Suns was led by Peter Prescott, former drummer of Mission of Burma, who had split up in 1983.
In 1988, he graduated in electrical engineering, at the University of Lowell, in Lowell, Massachusetts. While working on campus radio at the university, WJUL, he began to mix live performances of bands from the Boston area such as the Pixies and the Blake Babies.
Weston joined Steve Albini and Todd Trainer to form Shellac, in 1992. Learning from Albini, who is also a sound engineer, he improved his recording techniques and then recorded and mixed for bands like Sebadoh, June of 44, Powder, The Coctails, Archers of Loaf, Chavez, Rachel’s, Ken Vandermark, and Rodan. Notable is the participation of Weston as assistant sound engineer, with Albini, in In Utero, Nirvana. According to an interview in 2006, being a musician has helped Weston perfect and mold his techniques for recording, mixing and mastering; Weston explains: “It’s obvious to me that the best sound engineers have also been band members, so you understand the dynamics and you can become an unofficial member of the band during the recording.” However, Weston’s work as a sound engineer is not limited to music: he occasionally works free for National Public Radio, in Wait, Wait, Do not Tell Me, a comedy program based in Chicago.
In 2002, Weston joined the reunited Mission of Burma, taking the place of Martin Swope as a live sound engineer for the band. It appears, and produced, the albums ONoffON, The Obliterati, and The Sound The Speed The Light.
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