Earle Holder (a voting member of The Grammy’s Recording Academy for Engineering) is well known to American music artists, and has gained worldwide recognition for his work.
Currently the Chief Mastering engineer for the world famous Public Enemy and Chuck D’s new record label SlamJamz.com, Earle has a musical background that spans his entire life and is a high level computer engineer by trade. He studied music with the late Jimmy Cannady of Cannady Studios (former member of the Inkspots for those of you who remember). He has more than thirty-five years experience and is the recipient of several prestigious music awards, including the Atlanta Music Industry Award presented by SOFRAS. He is the leading authority for bits and bytes (digital setups). He is a regular guest speaker at music studios throughout North America and is quoted in numerous industry magazines. You can also tune into LIB Radio and listen to a few of his tips.
He has recorded and produced for Atlanta Records and collaborated on numerous projects with Platinum artists such as Public Enemy Beyonce, B5, Tameko Starr (MCA Records Europe), Kenny Banks, Tuere, Houseguest, Ayana, 4ize (Disturbing tha Peace, part of the Ludacris crew, JD Lawrence and countless others. He is an international artist whose mastered cd’s are frequently heard throughout the United States and Europe on most underground radio stations.
An accomplished musician on keyboard, bass and lead guitar, born in England and raised between Jamaica, West Indies and Queens, New York, he has been referred to in the industry as “The Specialist” because he strives for and achieves perfection when mastering his client’s music.