Joel Hamilton

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Joel Hamilton at Studio G Brooklyn, Photo Courtesy of Juan Patino Photography

Joel Hamilton (born February 20, 1972) is a Brooklyn based record producer, engineer and musician. Joel performs as a musician with Sasha Dobson, and the band Book of Knots. He is also a producer and engineer at Studio G in Brooklyn, New York.

In the summer of 2014, Joel also appeared as the host of a web series produced by Spotify and Bose named "Art of Sound", which focuses on the connection between the physical, technical and emotional sides of music and sound. He hosted many musicians and sound engineers to conduct experiments on a wide variety of sound-related topics.[1]

Joel has been a guest speaker and, panelist at: Nordic Music Week, Norway (2012 and 2013), Pot Luck Con., Tucson (2012), AES Latin America (2011), Tape Op Con., Tucson (2006),


Joel has also mixed the film "Charlie Victor Romeo" which premiered as the official selection of the New Frontiers installation at The Sundance Film Festival in 2013.[19]

External links[edit]

Joel Hamilton at the Internet Movie Database


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  10. ^ "Matisyahu – Live At Stubb's Vol. II". Discogs. 
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  19. ^ "Meet Our Film Team".