Huffington Post: “…producer and mix engineer Marc Mozart provides an inspiring example of how it is possible to adapt to a changing business and thrive.”
Marc Mozart is a mix engineer, music producer and manager/mentor.
He grew up in a musicians family, recorded and mixed music since his early childhood, and got his first break in Frankfurt during the rise of German Techno and Eurodance-Music in the early 1990s.
Later on, Marc spent time in New York, worked and teamed up with various A&R-managers and producers from P.Diddys “Bad Boy”-camp as well as Izzy Zivcovic, who later on managed Kanye West.
In the 2000s, together with his Mozart & Friends-team of music producers and songwriters he has produced, written and remixed more than 70 charting bestsellers around the world including No. 1 singles and albums, and received multiple gold/platinum awards.
In 2014, Marc wrote the book YOUR MIX SUCKS, one of the leading books of our time on the topic of mixing and mastering. Through the book, he became a known Internet personality with 100.000+ followers on his social channels. His podcast show “Studio-Breakfast” regularly leads the German Apple Podcast charts in the music category.
For the people he works with, Marc is the best mix engineer across many genres, from Hip-Hop, EDM, Pop, to Rock, Metal and Filmscores/Classical Music.
He works from a high-end hybrid recording studio in the Frankfurt/Germany area, based around the famous SSL 4000 G-Series Mixing Console and B&W 800 Series-speakers.
Artists and projects that he has mixed for include Lil Wayne, DMX, Busta Rhymes, Queensryche, Bob Marley, Sly Stone, The Chronicles of Narnia and many more.
In his home-country Germany, Marc has sold millions of records as a writer, producer and mixer for gold and platinum-selling pop-acts Bro’Sis, Monrose, No Angels, Jimi Blue, Cinema Bizarre, etc.
Marc Mozart is also the director of the Media- and Music-Company Mozart & Friends.
Outside his entrepreneurial life, he is a fan and member of German football club FC Schalke 04 (the 7th largest sport club in the world). and serves the club in an honorary capacity.