Drew Mazurek is an experienced recording engineer/mixer with over 20 years in the music industry, and has owned and operated his own studio since 1988. Mazurek has spent many years as a freelance engineer working in studios around the world. He has hundreds of records to his credit for labels such as Atlantic, Warner Bros., Sony, MCA, TVT, Prosthetic, American, Metalblade, Maverick, Interscope, Tooth And Nail, Equal Vision, and Sire. Mazurek earned an RIAA Gold Certification for DJ Kool’s “Let Me Clear My Throat” and has also mixed many live broadcasts for MTV, VH1, and BET with artists such as The Neville Brothers, Lyle Lovett, Bonnie Raitt, Linkin Park, H.I.M., Jack’s Mannequin, Panic At The Disco, Common, Akon, Jazmine Sullivan, and Nas. In 2009, Mazurek served as engineer in charge for AT&T’s New Orleans Jazzfest broadcast. He has over 10 years of experience in audio education as an adjunct instructor at The Sheffield Institute For The Recording Arts and is currently focusing on mixing various genres of music and helping young artists develop their sound.