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Abstract Paint

Marc Whitmore is a Grammy award-winning Recording Engineer, Mixer, and Producer based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His engineering and mixing work has been internationally recognized, and past collaborations have included Jon Batiste, T-Bone Burnett, and Danger Mouse.

 

Marc studied audio engineering and completed an internship at Blackbird Studio in Nashville. Over the course of his career he has recorded in studios across America, including New York City, New Orleans, Nashville, and Malibu. He has also recorded in Tokyo, Japan. 

 

Marc Whitmore

In addition to studio work, Marc has extensive experience recording artists in unconventional locations, including historic churches, rustic barns, performance halls, and outdoor spaces. While he is well versed in modern recording equipment and Pro Tools, Marc prefers to capture sounds with analog tape machines and vintage consoles.

Marc offers recording, mixing, producing, and mastering services to clients, both on-location and remotely. While Marc is based in New Mexico, he will travel to wherever an artist feels most comfortable recording worldwide.  He also offers audio restoration services.

Marc offers consultations both in-person and remotely for those who are in the process of building their own studio.

 

Marc has mixed Front of House for both Tennis and Michelle Branch in venues of various sizes across The United States, England, Canada, Japan, and Indonesia.

 

 A multi-instrumentalist, Marc is associated with experimental projects including Cat Cult and his solo work. He primarily plays drums, bass, percussion, guitar, and organ.

Marc is involved in music advocacy through the Recording Academy. This work includes collaborating with state and federal lawmakers, attorneys, and musicians on important issues facing the music industry. This advocacy work also consists of efforts to push bills through legislation that will create meaningful change for musicians.

 

In 2023 Marc was appointed to the New Mexico Music Commission by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.  In this role, he advocates for funding and resources for the music industry in the state of New Mexico.

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