Brian Warwick

Mixing, Remote Mixing

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GRAMMY® award winning recording engineer and mixing engineer.

New England mix engineer, Brian Warwick, is a GRAMMY® award winning recording engineer with a mixing studio in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Moving his studio away from Los Angeles allows him to provide high-quality mixes at reasonable rates. He has worked on 8 GRAMMY® winning albums, 8 GRAMMY® nominated albums, as well as 14 RIAA certified platinum and gold records. Brian’s amazing clientele includes Flo Rida, Michael Bublé, Ludacris, Adam Lambert, Fantasia, Michael Bolton, and “Weird Al” Yankovic. More information and music at www.brianwarwickaudio.com

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Credits

AllMusic verified credits for Brian Warwick
  • Michael Bublé
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Michael Bublé
  • Michael Bublé
  • Deftones
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Wilson Phillips
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Michael Bublé
  • Big Sean
  • Stevie Nicks
  • Wilson Phillips
  • Wilson Phillips
  • Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
  • Grace Potter
  • Jason Castro
  • Adam Lambert
  • Michael Bolton
  • Flo Rida
  • Flo Rida
  • Norman Connors
  • Flo Rida
  • Johnny Mathis
  • Janis Mann
  • Plácido Domingo
  • Plácido Domingo
  • Jimmy Demers
  • Idina Menzel
  • Raheem DeVaughn
  • Raheem DeVaughn
  • Randy Jackson
  • Lalah Hathaway
  • Ludacris
  • Ludacris
  • Sean Garrett
  • Craig Haller
  • Steve Ferrone
  • Zen Blues Quartet
  • Mike Finnigan
  • Tim Scott
  • Steve Ferrone
  • Zen Blues Quartet
  • Mike Finnigan
  • Tim Scott
  • Baby Bash
  • Baby Bash
  • Katharine McPhee
  • Céline Dion
  • Céline Dion
  • Andrea Bocelli
  • Atreyu
  • Backstreet Boys
  • Backstreet Boys
  • Atreyu
  • Jessica Simpson
  • Jessica Simpson
  • Josh Groban
  • Slayer
  • Fantasia
  • Deftones
  • Deftones
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Weird Al Yankovic
  • Bo Bice
  • Bob Brookmeyer
  • Bob Brookmeyer
  • Adam Lambert
  • Michael Bublé
  • Michael Bublé

Interview with Brian Warwick

  1. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  2. A: I’m primarily mixing from my studio in northern New Hampshire, but I still travel a bit for recording work in the US and Canada.

  3. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  4. A: I mostly mix music for albums as well as score for television, film, and streaming.

  5. Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?

  6. A: I think the first producer that inspired me was Quincy Jones and his work with Michael Jackson. I’ve had plenty of mentors in my career such as Al Schmitt, Ed Cherney, Humberto Gatica, Fabian Marasciullo, Ryan Williams, and Steve Kaplan.

  7. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  8. A: It’s a hybrid mixing set up with analog and digital gear. The gear used is determined by the sound the artist is trying to achieve. The equipment highlights include Avid Pro Tools, Universal Audio, Avalon, DBX, Rupert Neve, Toft, Soundtoys, McDSP, FabFilter, Melodyne, and Waves.

  9. Q: Can you share one music production tip?

  10. A: Staying in the moment with your artist will help you make decisions that better serve the song.

  11. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  12. A: My first credit was in 2003 while I was studying at Berklee College of Music. From there I moved to Los Angeles and worked at Westlake and Record Plant recording studios. I met most of my clientele in those studios.

  13. Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?

  14. A: I’ve been an engineer on two Billboard 200 number one albums. The first was Michael Bublé’s Christmas album in 2011. The second was “Weird Al” Yankovic’s Mandatory Fun in 2014. Mandatory Fun was the first comedy album to reach number one in 50 years, and Yankovic's first number one album in a career spanning 30 years.

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