Dan Millice Professional Biography
Dan Millice is an American Mastering Engineer. Born and raised in Charlotte, NC, Dan grew up learning as many instruments as possible, starting on the piano, then to drums, and at 14, was writing rock songs on guitar. At 16, he wrote and produced his first rock record.
In 2006, Dan was accepted into a competitive Music Industry Studies program in the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University. He was hired as a concert-recording engineer recording concerts ranging from major ensembles including symphonic bands and wind ensembles to chamber orchestras and choirs, also faculty recitals. That led to Manager of Concert Recording, and then another promotion to Student Recording Studio Manager. There, Dan got to work one-on-one for/with his mentor and professor Scott Wynne.
As Studio Manager, he had the privilege of recording jazz legends Bernard Purdie and Cyrus Chestnut, John Brown (Duke University), Vince Lewis (Liberty University), Todd Wright, Bafoodus, Andy Page and Zack Page, along with many talented students and Hayes School of Music faculty members. Dan graduated Spring 2010 and moved to New York City to pursue a career as a mastering engineer….
After spending a year at Masterdisk as an apprentice and assistant engineer to Owner and Senior Mastering Engineer Scott Hull, I have since moved to the world famous Engine Room Audio in the Financial District of Manhattan where I am mastering full time.
My genuine passion for music is what has made my experiences so positive. People like working with engineers who are skillful and talented, but most importantly, passionate about their music.
If you are looking for an engineer who truly cares about your sound and your songs, look no further…