Adam Burd

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Audio engineer specializing in studio recording, mixing, post production, sound design, game/VR audio, and mastering.

Hailing from the Midwest, Adam moved to Seattle in 2006 to start his career in the audio industry. He received his Associates degree from the Art Institute of Seattle in March 2008, graduating with honors and was awarded "Best Portfolio of Show - Audio Production." Adam has since worked on numerous music, game, commercial, and film projects that have earned accolades from Earshot Jazz, Bandcamp, and Vimeo, among others. Adam has been working at Avast! Recording Co. since 2008 and has engineered for top artists including Fleet Foxes, The DIp, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Bill Frisell, Penn & Teller, Car Seat Headrest, David Ramirez, Billy Cobham, John Popper (Blues Traveler), Hey Marseilles, Beat Connection, and many more.

Adam is also a classically trained musician, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist. Formerly of Modern Athletics (a band KEXP thought "could be the love child of The Kinks and Guided By Voices."), Adam remains active in the Seattle music scene. Adam's voice acting can be heard as the AI in the mind-warping video games Asemblance and Asemblance: Oversight. Most recently Adam served as Audio Lead for the Endeavor One PSVR game Arashi: Castles of Sin.

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AllMusic verified credits for Adam Burd
  • Fleet Foxes
  • Hey Marseilles
  • Beat Connection
  • David Ramirez
  • A Storm of Light
  • The Bobs
  • The Bobs
  • Deep Energy Orchestra
Discogs verified credits for Adam Burd
  • Matterplay
  • Zubatto Syndicate
  • The Bobs
  • Zubatto Syndicate
  • Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners Play The Lost Works Of 1920's Seattle Jazz Musician Frank D. Waldron
  • The Greg Ruby Six
  • A Storm Of Light
  • Zubatto Syndicate
  • The Bobs
  • David Ramirez (2)
  • The Dip (3)
  • Zubatto Syndicate
  • Beat Connection (2)
  • Fleet Foxes
  • Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners Play The Lost Works Of 1920's Seattle Jazz Musician Frank D. Waldron
  • Cataldo (3)
  • Nick Foster Band
  • Wayne Horvitz
  • The Greg Ruby Six
'Way To Disguise It' by Tom Eddy

I was the Recording and Mixing Engineer in this production

Terms Of Service

Happy to honor all change requests, within reason. Turnaround determined on a case by case basis.

Gear Highlights
  • Burl B80 Mothership (16x44)
  • Burl B32 Vancouver
  • GML 8200
  • Manley Vari-Mu
  • Kush Clariphonic MS
  • Stam SA4000 mkII
  • Pro Tools Ultimate/HDX
  • Nakamichi MR-1
  • plugins & soft synths galore
  • Moog Poly-Phatty
  • guitars
  • bass
  • trumpet
  • misc intruments
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