Marc Urselli (born January 31, 1977 in Aarau, Switzerland) is a freelance New York City-based Italian-Swiss 5-time nominated 3-time Grammy Award–winning audio engineer, live sound engineer, music producer, mixing engineer, remixer, sound designer, composer, musician, contributor, blogger. He is known for his work as a studio and live sound engineer with Lou Reed, Mike Patton, John Zorn, and Laurie Anderson. He also recorded John Zorn's albums since 2007 and albums for Zorn's label Tzadik. In 2015 Urselli produced and recorded "Out Comes Woman" by Honeybird at Eastside Sound NYC.

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  • Marc Urselli (born January 31, 1977 in Aarau, Switzerland) is a freelance New York City-based Italian-Swiss 5-time nominated 3-time Grammy Award–winning audio engineer, live sound engineer, music producer, mixing engineer, remixer, sound designer, composer, musician, contributor, blogger. He is known for his work as a studio and live sound engineer with Lou Reed, Mike Patton, John Zorn, and Laurie Anderson. He also recorded John Zorn's albums since 2007 and albums for Zorn's label Tzadik. In 2005 he recorded and mixed the Les Paul's 90th birthday tribute album Les Paul & Friends: American Made World Played (Capitol 2005) featuring Les Paul himself. The album won two Grammy Awards at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Rock Instrumental Performance and Best Pop Instrumental Performance. Urselli also worked as a recording engineer on the Mexican-American singer Lila Downs' 2004 album "Una Sangre (One Blood)" (Narada 2004), which won a Latin Grammy in the category of Best Contemporary Folk Album at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards. Other albums nominated for a Grammy Award that Urselli worked on include the 2011 Laurie Anderson album "Homeland" (nominated for Best Pop Instrumental) and the 2004 Roy Hargrove "Strength" (Best Contemporary Jazz), which was released under the name RH Factor. Urselli has also worked with Luther Vandross, Mike Patton (of Faith No More), Marianne Faithfull, Patti Labelle, Martha Wainwright, Brian Ferry, Vincenzo Pastano, Citizen Cope, Preachers Son, Lili Roquelin, Chihiro Yamanaka and hundreds of other artists and albums. He is also known for his work as a sound designer for film and TV and he has recorded and mixed several movie soundtracks. Urselli is also a published author and contributor to many publications. He writes for Recording Magazine and has written for Sonic Scoop. In 2009, author Daylle Deanna Schwartz published "Start and Run Your Own Record Label, Third Edition" (Billboard Books) and used many quotes by Urselli to illustrate the process of recording and mixing at home. Urselli was also mentioned in the "Journal of the Audio Engineering Society" Volume 55, Issues 7–12. In 1994 Urselli founded an online music magazine called Chain D.L.K. to help promote and grant exposure to electronic, industrial, experimental and avantgarde music and he is still Editor in Chief of the publication in 2013. The publication was mentioned in the book "ZINES! Volume One: Incendiary Interviews with Independent Publishers" by V. Vale (Re/Search Publications, 1999). In 2008 Urselli was also a teacher of engineering and recording techniques at a Grammy Camp course held at the USC (University of Souther California) in Los Angeles. In 2010 he was also a faculty teacher of Pro Tools at MTEC (Music Talks Educational Center). He was also a featured speaker at conferences such as SxSW, CMJ, MTEC and others. Urselli is on the advisory board of Sunset Island Group and on the Young Musicians Project music school. a voting member of NARAS and NARIP. In 2013 Urselli lives in New York City where he is chief house engineer and studio manager of Eastside Sound recording studios and audio post house, one of the longest running recording studios in New York (established 1973). In 2015 Urselli produced and recorded "Out Comes Woman" by Honeybird at Eastside Sound NYC. (en)
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