他在留学期间拜师于英国著名音频工程师 Kevin Paul 门下学习，其后的几年里并分别师从于格莱美多项获奖音乐制作人，混音工程师 Ken Lewis 以及六次艾美奖获奖音频设计师，奥运会音频技术总工程师 Dennis Baxter。
At Konk, he worked alongside a bevy of successful producers and engineers such as Bob Clearmountain, Adam Mosley, Pascal Gabriel and Gil Norton, as well as bands such as The Kinks, Galliano, Terrorvision, UFO and Elastica.
After working on archiving the Depeche Mode back catalogue in 1994, he was offered an engineering role at Mute Records’ in-house studio, which eventually lead to a position as Head Engineer, where his varied talents as a mixer, recording engineer and programmer gave him access to the entire Mute Records roster.
Highlights included mixing Goldfrapp’s „Felt Mountain“ (Mute, 2000, gold in UK, Mercury Prize in 2001), which was included in Robert Dimery’s book „1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die“ in 2006, and ranked at No. 16 on The Times 2009 list of 100 best pop albums of the 2000’s.
Others include David Bowie’s „Hours“ (2001 – Bowie’s 21st studio album) and Nick Cave’s „No More Shall We Part“, his 11th studio album in the same year, along with mixing for British indie labels MoWax, who were at the forefront of trip-hop and alternative rap and Cup Of Tea Records, fusing jungle to hip-hop, and jazz funk to dub.Mute’s DVD interests made him move into 5:1 Surround Productions. His initial assignments included mixing Moby’s „Hotel“, Goldfrapp’s „Black Cherry“ and many more.In 2004 Kevin went freelance and re-mixed the entire Depeche Mode and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds back catalogues for SACD/DVD.Since 2008, Kevin Paul has been in charge of mixing and remixing the exclusive performances at the coveted iTunes Festival UK and Germany events. He has mixed over 100 artists to date, including: Adele, Ed Sheeran, Alicia Keys, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, The XX, Calvin Harris, Foo Fighters, Jack White, Linkin Park, Florence & The Machine, Deadmau5, David Guetta, Jessie J., Norah Jones, Oasis, Mumford & Sons, N.E.R.D., Lykke Li, James Blunt, KT Tunstall, Hot Chip, Paul Weller and many more.
He continues to record, engineer, produce and mix many projects in music and film, runs the mixing and surround mixing modules for the Masters Degree course at UK’s Westminster University and divides his time between London and Berlin. Recent works include the International selling new album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and mixing the latest album of Denmark’s “Dúné” with the first single premiering at the Danish Music Awards as well as recording and mixing the latest incarnation of the iTunes Music Festival.
Ken Lewis is a seven-time official Grammy Nominee with credits on 50 total nominations, as well as 82 gold and platinum albums, singles, and 60 Billboard #1’s. In 2011, Lewis launched Audio School Online to bring his knowledge as a producer, mixer, and engineer to the next wave of aspiring studio rats. In 2016, Ken launched Music School Online to share his extensive experience as a studio musician and vocalist with aspiring musicians of all ages and levels.
Also in 2002, Lewis connected with then-producer Kanye West, mostly as a studio musician and sample re-creator. In 2003, Kanye chose Ken to help make his debut album, The College Dropout, and since then Kanye has called upon Ken to work on all his subsequent albums, earning Ken around two dozen credits on Grammy Nominations with Kanye’s albums and productions. Ken’s roles varied on different songs, and included writer, producer, engineer, mixer, arranger, sample re-creator, vocalist, and musician. Ken’s favorite Kanye moment happened during the making of Watch The Throne. Lewis recalls, “I got a call at noon that Kanye needed me to arrange, record and deliver a live horn section for ‘New Day’ by 7pm that evening, and I delivered it on time. The album wrapped that day, and later that night they had a private album wrap party at Submercer, where a slightly intoxicated Kanye says to me ‘Ken you’ve got these skills that, like, nobody else has’ and my response was ‘So do You!’ That was a classic moment of pure happiness to be so acknowledged by one of the greatest."
Dennis Baxter began his journey in sound with a fascination of music and how it was reproduced both live and in the studio. He learned about sound in studios and on television stages, but quickly discovered live sound for sports broadcasting and found a passion for combining his creative skills from the studio with the thrill of live production.
Dennis Baxter has been awarded six Emmys for his work in live sports broadcasting.
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当他在四川音乐学院攻读文学学士学位时，他开始了他的创作生涯。后来，他来到美国，在芝加哥哥伦比亚学院攻读屏幕音乐创作硕士、MFA课程。当他搬到洛杉矶后，他在汉斯季默工作室Remote Control Production下实习，并接受Henry Jackman的指点。