Nick Miller is an award winning audio engineer, producer and professional musician in NYC specializing in audio for music, film and television. He heads a beautiful three room boutique recording studio in Manhattan as well as maintaining a multi-platinum client list including Grammy, Oscar and Tony winners.
Nick Miller is an elite audio mixing engineer and producer for some of the industry’s most demanding clientele. He is known as well for his mixing as being a “drum specialist”, as his close work with world renowned session drummers like Jeff “Tain” Watts, Dave Mattacks, Cindy Blackman, Shawn Pelton, Louis Hayes and many more, have truly defined his analog approach to modern digital recording. He has been recognized for his sound design and mixing work on the worldwide phenomenon "Loose Change: An American Coup" as well as his orchestral mixing on the documentary "Parables of War" starring Bill Pullman. His work with Brooke Shields on the children's book/ film "The Day the Music Stopped" won 2 Emmy's. His extensive experience recording, mixing and mastering jazz, rock, orchestral, hip-hop, blues, R&B, choral, gospel, classical, voice over, A.D.R, and sound design for film and television, is well documented and trusted among NYC artists, producers, and major record labels alike. Including Sony, Island, Discovery channel, Wolf Tone, Universal Music Group and Atlantic, to name a few.
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