Matthew Ellard is an associate professor in the Music Production and Engineering Department at Berklee College of Music. Over the course of his 25-year career in the music industry as an independent record producer, engineer, and mixer based in London, Los Angeles, and Boston, he has produced, engineered, and mixed well over 250 albums. This includes many world-famous and popular artists at world-class studios where the level of expectation and performance is extremely high. Ellard brings that experience and those standards to Berklee. He has extensive experience with not only guitar-driven rock, indie rock, metal, punk, hardcore, and power pop bands but also with programmed and sequenced, beat-based pop, hip-hop, remixes, and dance music. In addition, he utilizes both old-school analogue recording and the latest digital recording techniques and formats, bringing a depth of technical and creative knowledge in both the analog and digital realms, and a wide breadth of professional music industry experience to the instruction of music production and engineering.
In Their Own Words
"With more than 24 years of music industry experience in London, Los Angeles, and Boston as a recording engineer, mixer, and producer, and more than seven years of teaching audio, I bring a depth of technical knowledge in both the analog and digital realms, and a wide breadth of professional music industry experience to the instruction of music production and engineering."