Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, Kyle embarked on his life's mission as an audio engineer and musician, from an early age. From tinkering with vinyl recordings as a child to his first exposure to a recording studio as a high school student, Kyle's career-path was pre-destined. 

Kyle is a 2009 Graduate of SUNY Fredonia, with an Interdisciplinary Studies degree, combining Sound Recording Technology and Music Business. At SUNY Fredonia, Kyle was rigorously tested by the European Tönmeister system. 

*Learn more about the Tönmeister system  HERE

After college, Kyle went to work as an assistant engineer for his professor, Mike Rorick, at AudioMagic studios in Buffalo, New York and soon became a staff engineer, after his quality reputation began to flourish.

 In addition to Audio Magic, Kyle pursued live sound mixing in various local venues, even becoming the house audio engineer at the World-renowned Sportsmen’s Tavern in 2011 - where Kyle was gifted with the opportunity to mix some of History's most prolific artists, including: Albert Lee,   John McEuen, Dale Watson, Bobby Militello, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Ian McLagan.  Concurrently, Kyle was also an adjunct teacher at Niagara County Community College, where he taught courses on Pro Tools, Music Production, and Live Sound. 

 After establishing his roots, Kyle found it necessary to relocate to Nashville, TN.  Since his move in 2013, Kyle has established his career in the recording and audio engineering world, in addition to being a live audio engineer for many events and concert halls around Nashville. Kyle is currently focused on expanding his home studio business, where he is also outfitted with a mobile rig for capturing live performances and on-location recordings.

About Kyle


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