Dan Rudin is a music producer, recording and mix engineer who has amassed thousands of hours in studios across the country, receiving two Grammy awards and several gold and platinum records in the process.
Rudin began his recording career working as a studio runner and general assistant at AAA Recording Studio, Dorchester, MA while still in high school. After studying music and electrical engineering at the University of Miami in Miami, FL, he moved to New York, NY in 1986 where he took an entry level position at the legendary Hit Factory studios on 54th St. He went on to work at New York's Record Plant Studios and eventually became chief staff engineer at Grandslam Recording in West Orange, NJ. He was surrounded and mentored by some of New Yorkâ€™s best engineers and producers, and used the opportunity to learn and polish his engineering skills.
Since 1989, Rudin has called Nashville, TN his home. Working as a freelance engineer/ producer in studios around the city and around the country he worked on many projects in rock, pop, gospel and jazz recording. He became a frequent contributor to projects by producers Richard Dodd, Peter Furler, Tommy Simms, Chris McDonald and Joe Baldridge. In 2006, he opened his own recording facility, My Space Recording, at the former site of Nashvilleâ€™s venerable Money Pit studio.