Richard Furch is at a sweet spot in his career as a mix engineer.
He has amassed credits on 6 Grammy winning albums out of 23 nominated albums, with one current nomination.
With 25+ million records sold including two diamond selling projects, 1 billion+ youtube views and over 260 album credits to his name he continues to craft profoundly emotional mixes with exceptional sonics and ecstatic clients for the likes of Prince, Frank Ocean, Tyrese, BJ The Chicago Kid, Tobi Lou, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, The Game, Leela James, India.Arie, TGT, Boyz II Men, The Weeknd, Ledisi, K Michelle, Chaka Khan, JJ Lin, GEM, Tanya Chua and many many more.
Starting out in New York, he was part of some of the seminal albums of the 2000’s such as Outkast’s “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” and Usher’s “Confessions” and critical darlings such as Fountains Of Wayne’s “Stacy’s Mom”.
Moving coasts to Los Angeles saw him working with all-time giants of the music industry such as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. He was then tapped by the legendary Prince as mixer and engineer for his latest Gold selling, chart topping “Lotusflower/MPLSound” album.
Growing up on SSL consoles and having learned from legendary mixers such as Michael Brauer, Chris Lord-Alge and Tchad Blake, Richard obtained an in-depth knowledge and appreciation of analog and digital mixing techniques, a stunning arsenal of vintage and modern gear and finally his own no holds barred mixHaus studios in LA.
62th Grammy Awards: Best Traditional R&B Performance “Steady Love” (India Arie) – Nomination
60th Grammy Awards: Best New Age Album “Songversation:Medicine” (India Arie) – Nomination
59th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “In My Mind” (BJ The Chicago Kid) – Nomination
59th Grammy Awards: Best Traditional R&B Performance “Women’s World” (BJ The Chicago Kid – Nomination
59th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Performance “Turning Me Up” (BJ The Chicago Kid) – Nomination
27th Golden Melody Awards: 2 Nominations in the Best Recorded Album Category – Nomination
58th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “Forever Charlie” (Charlie Wilson) – Nomination
58th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Song “Shame” (Tyrese) – Nomination
58th Grammy Awards: Best Traditional R&B Performance “Shame” (Tyrese) – Nomination
56th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “Three Kings” (TGT) – Nomination
56th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “Better” (Chrisette Michele) – Nomination
55th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “Open Invitation” (Tyrese) – Nomination
Soul Train Awards: Song Of The Year “Stay” (Tyrese) – Winner
52nd Grammy Awards: Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance “Dreamer” (Prince) – Nomination
50th Grammy Awards: Best R&B Album “Funk This” (Chaka Khan) – Winner
47th Grammy Awards: Best Contemporary R&B Album “Confessions” (Usher) – Winner
47th Grammy Awards: Best Gospel Choir Album “Live…This Is Your House” (The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir) – Winner
46th Grammy Awards: Album Of The Year “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” (Outkast) – Winner
46th Grammy Awards: Best Pop Performance By A Group With Vocal “Stacy’s Mom” (Fountains Of Wayne) – Nomination
45th Grammy Awards: Best Gospel Choir Album “Be Glad” (The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir) – Winner
45th Grammy Awards: Best Jazz Vocal Album “Ballads: Remembering John Coltrane” (Karrin Allyson) – Nomination
45th Grammy Awards: Best Engineered Album – Non-Classical “Ballads: Remembering John Coltrane” (Karrin Allyson) – Nomination
44th Grammy Awards: Best Contemporary Jazz Album “M2” (Marcus Miller) – Winner
44th Grammy Awards: Best Rap Album “The Blueprint” (Jay-Z) – Nomination
Tec Award Scholarship for Outstanding Engineering
Berklee College Of Music Scholarship
Sound On Sound Studios New York
Berklee College Of Music Bachelor Of Music Production And Engineering (summa cum laude)
SAE Berlin Audio Engineer Diploma