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About John Wydrycs

Sound mastering | USA | New York

John Wydrycs is a New York based recording engineer and mixer who has worked on several gold, platinum, and multi-platinum selling albums. He received a Grammy Award® for his work as an engineer on Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” (Album of the Year, 1998).

John worked at Chung King Studios in New York City as a staff engineer, and later named the Chief Engineer before his departure in 2001. In 2005, John moved to the Southeast Florida area where he joined the independent record label, DM Music Group, as their Chief Engineer and mixer. During his tenure at DM Music, he had a hand in working with new talent in a variety of genres, including Kelsey Rey who appeared on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2011. John also worked as an engineer on Isaac Delgado’s Latin Grammy® nominated album “En Primera Plana” in 2006, and Anais’ “Con Todo Mi Corazon” for La Calle Records.

Credits

YearProject nameClientRole
1998Lauren Hill “The MisEducation of Lauryn Hill”SonyRecording Engineer
2014 Daniel Hudson “Superhigh” [Deluxe 3 track single]Joma Music GroupRecording Engineer; Mix Enginer
2014Midi Abair “Wild Heart”ConcordRecording Engineer
2014Trinity “Dance All Night”Derek Mack ProductionsEngineer
2013 Daniel Hudson “Christmas Lights” [Deluxe Single]Joma Music GroupMix Engineer

Awards

YearAwardAwarded for
1998GrammyThe MisEducation of Lauryn Hill
1998MultiplatinumDMX “Its Dark and Hell Is Hot”
1996MultiplatinumOutkast “ATLiens”
1994MultiplatinumThe Notorious B.I.G. “Ready To Die”
1994MultiplatinumTLC “CrazySexyCool”
1993MultiplatinumJodeci “Diary Of A Mad Band”
1997PlatinumMo’ Thugs “Family Scriptures”
1995PlatinumMethod Man “I’ll Be There For You” [EP]
1994PlatinumMethod Man “Tical”
1997GoldAllure “Allure”
1997GoldLost Highway Soundtrack (Smashing Pumpkins “The Eye”)
1995GoldOl’ Dirty Bastard “Return To The 36 Chambers”

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