Multiple Grammy Award winning mix engineer, Thomas Juth is based in Berlin as a mixing & recording engineer and music producer.
Thomas over the course of his career has worked with Jamie Cullum, Jesse & Joy, Cat Stevens, Jason Mraz, Elton John, KT Tunstall, A-ha and many more popular artists in both the mainstream as well as independent stream.
He also had the opportunity to assist Grammy Award winning mix engineer Tony Maserati on a few sessions.
His interest in music production began in his home country – Sweden – when he was ten. He and his brother converted their basement into a small home studio and from then on he hasn’t turned back.
Studying for a Bachelor’s degree in Recording Arts in London, Thomas started his early years as Assistant Engineer at Mayfair Studios, London, where he worked for three years and was fortunate to have worked with some of the greatest engineers and producers. He then joined Kensaltown Recording Studios in 2006 where he worked with popular producer Martin Terefe for whom he mixed a large part of his productions.
In 2012, he won a Grammy for the work on Mexican artist Jesse & Joy’s Con Quein Se Queda el Perro album. He worked with producer Martin Terefe on this album.
Some of the other artists he has worked for as mixing and record engineer include Luis Fonsi, Engelbert Humperdinck, Ricardo Arjona, Casey Abrams, Delta Goodrem, Eric Gadd and many more.
Thomas considers himself a travelling mix engineer; he was recently based in Mexico for a year working on different projects. Thomas likes to share the knowledge he has about music production and has taught for over a year in Berlin and is currently taking a leave of absence from dBs Music- Berlin.
His book ‘The Art of Mixing’ is available on iTunes.
About mixing, he says that “The most important thing I’ve learnt over the years is that a good mix is all about two things – excitement and focus. Whether it’s pop, heavy rock or a ballad, it’s all about finding out what makes each record exciting and compelling, and to build the mix around that”