Lynne Earls is a producer, composer, mixer and engineer based in Los Angeles. In addition to operating her own full production studio in North Hollywood, she engineers regularly at studios across LA including Capitol, Henson, Village Recorders & East West Studios.

Originally from Wicklow, Ireland, Lynne received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sound Technology at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in 2000.

Through remix work with UK based world music label Melt2000, Lynne met preeminent Brazilian musicians Flora Purim and Airto Moreira who were instrumental in her move to Los Angeles, where her first years were spent immersed in world music mixed with jazz and electronica.

In 2001, Lynne met Canadian recording artist KD Lang, with whom she developed a creative partnership that culminated in two gold records presented for Lang’s Nonesuch releases, Watershed and Recollections.

Over the past two years, she has been behind the board engineering for projects with multiple Grammy award-winning producer Larry Klein, including with such legendary musicians as Booker T. Jones, Wayne Shorter and Diana Reeves, Lizz Wright, JD Souther and Billy Childs. Consequently, her resumé has expanded to encompass work with labels including Universal, Decca, Warner Bros, and Blue Note and earned her a gold a platinum record for her work on Canadian artist Bobby Bazini's 'Where I Belong'.

A voting member of the The Recording Academy (Grammys), she also serves on The Academy’s Los Angeles Chapter Producers & Engineers Wing committee.

Lynne has strong working relationships with an international community of world class players, arrangers, programmers and artists across a variety of genres. Through this network and her intimate knowledge of LA’s finest recording spaces, she is expert in finding the right combination of musicians and studios tailored to the needs of each individual project.

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