The Art and Science of Creating an Album | Chris Shreenan-Dyck
About Chris Shreenan-Dyck
Chris Shreenan-Dyck is a renowned Canadian music producer and recording engineer. He was nominated for Engineer Of The Year at the 2012 Juno Awards, and five of the albums he has worked on have won Junos (Canada’s version of the Grammy Award), as well as having received multiple nominations. Chris has recorded such artists as the legendary Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Cockburn, Garth Hudson (The Band), Blue Rodeo, and Ron Sexsmith among others over a career spanning 10 years.
When Chris started as a studio professional, he had the good fortune of apprenticing under such producer/engineers as Grammy award-winning Trina Shoemaker (Sheryl Crow, Iggy Pop, Emmylou Harris), John Whynot (Lucinda Williams, Big Wreck), and Matt DeMatteo (Danko Jones, Ashley MacIsaac). After a move to Toronto from his hometown of Ottawa, Chris was hired by multi-platinum selling artists Blue Rodeo as their in-house producer/engineer.
In 2010, Chris Shreenan-Dyck relocated to Los Angeles and started the premier online music production studio called Sundown Sessions Studio (https://sundownsessionsstudio.com) The virtual studio brings world-class production to songwriters anywhere for a fraction of the price of a typical studio.