Matt Hyde

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For the British music producer, see Matt Hyde (British producer).
Matt Hyde
Born (1964-06-19) June 19, 1964 (age 50)
Genres Multiple but most successful with heavy metal
Occupation(s) Producer, engineer, mixer, musician
Instruments Guitar, Keyboard
Years active 1979–present
Associated acts Slayer, Children of Bodom, Monster Magnet, Porno for Pyros, Hatebreed, Sum41
Website www.matthyde.com

Matt Hyde is an American producer, engineer, mixer and musician. From 1982–1985 he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. While still at Berklee (1984) he started to get experience in Pyramid recording studio in Boston. After graduating he toured with several different bands, playing guitar and keyboards. When he'd had enough of life on the road[citation needed], Hyde began working at recording studios, first in Boston and from 1989 in Los Angeles. But he played guitar and keyboard off and on after this time also.

He was a programmer and engineer on several projects including some songs on No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom. He also produced small rock and hip-hop projects on his own, including demos for a then-unknown Cypress Hill.

He met Perry Farrell from Porno for Pyros and was a time both producer and member of the band. After some time he realized that he was more at home in the studio than on the stage.[citation needed] He then resumed his production career.

Highlights from his career
P=producer / CP=coproducer / E=engineer/ M=mixer / CW=cowriter
Artist Album title Role Comment
Winds of Plague Against The World (P-E)
Children of Bodom Relentless Reckless Forever (P-E-M)
Monster Magnet Mastermind (P-E-M)
Terror Keepers of the Faith (M)
Maurice Young People with Faces (P-E-M)
2Cents Dress to Kill (P-E-M)
Die Mannequin Fino + Bleed (P-E-M)
The 69 Eyes Back in Blood (P-E) #3 debut in Finland, #14 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart
Burning Brides Anhedonia (E-M)
Nathan Gaunt See Ya Later, Space Cowboy (M)
ASG Win Us Over (P-E-M)
Monster Magnet 4-Way Diablo (P-E-M)
So They Say Life in Surveillance (P-E-M)
Strung Out Blackhawks Over Los Angeles (P-E-M) #5 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart
Pride Tiger The Lucky Ones (P-E-M-CW) Juno nominee "Rock Album of the Year" (2008)
Staind 8 live acoustic tracks from The Singles: 1996–2006 (M)
2Cents Lost at Sea (P-E-M)
Stavesacre How to Live with a Curse (P-E-M)
Jonny Lang Turn Around (E) Grammy Winner "Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album" (2006)
Alexz Johnson Songs from Instant Star Two (CP-E-M)
ASG Feeling Good Is Good Enough (P-E-M)
Alkaline Trio "Lucretia My Reflection" (M)
Strung Out Exile in Oblivion (P-E-M)
Sum 41 Go Chuck Yourself (M)
Sum 41 Chuck (E) Double Platinum in Canada, Gold in United States, Juno Award Winner "Rock Album of the Year" (2005)
Louis XIV Illegal Tender (M) only one track
Autopilot Off Make a Sound (E)
1208 Turn of the Screw (M)
From Satellite When All Is Said and Done (P-E-M)
No Warning Suffer, Survive (CP-E-M)
Perfect Once, Twice, Three Times a Maybe (M)
Pulley Matters (P-E-M)
Project 86 Songs to Burn Your Bridges By (P-E-M)
Hotwire The Routine (P-E-M)
Project 86 Truthless Heroes (P-E)
Toploader 8 songs from Magic Hotel (M)
Treble Charger Detox (P-E)
Hatebreed Perseverance (P-E) album debuted at #50 on Billboard 200
Loud Rock Album of the Year (2002) – CMJ
over 300,000 copies sold worldwide
Fu Manchu California Crossing (P-E)
Parkway Drive "Atlas"
Sum 41 and Tenacious D "All The Cool Shit" for KROQ Christmas album (P-E-M)
Rufus Wainwright "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" for Zoolander soundtrack (CP-E-M)
Loudermilk The Red Record (M) 2 songs
Slayer War at the Warfield (P-E-M)
Slayer God Hates Us All (P-E-M) #28 on Billboard 200
#9 Top Canadian Album of 2001
#18 Top Internet Album of 2001
#31 in the UK charts
Slayer "Bloodline" for Dracula 2000 soundtrack (P-E-M)
Slayer "War Zone" for UFC: Ultimate Beatdowns, Vol 1 (P-E-M)
Betty Blowtorch Are You Man Enough? (P-E-M)
Monster Magnet God Says No (CP)
Monster Magnet Powertrip (CP-E) #1 album on Billboard's Heatseekers list
#97 on Billboard 200
Sold to gold in the US
Treble Charger Wide Awake Bored (P-E) Matt cowrote 5 tracks
The Drowners Is There Something on Your Mind? (P-E)
Sum 41 3 songs from Half Hour of Power EP (M)
Kill Hannah Lips Like Morphine (P-E-M)
Expanding Man coming album (P)
Liars, Inc. Superjaded (P)
Chlorine Primer (P-E-M)
Ten Speed Ten Speed (P-E)
Chalk FarM Notwithstanding (P-E)
Drill Team 2 songs from their self-titled EP (P-E-M)
The Honeyrods The Honeyrods (P-E)
Perry Farrell 4 songs from Rev (P-E)
Porno for Pyros Porno for Pyros (P-E-M) #3 debut on Billboard 200
Sold to gold in the US
MTV VMA "Best New Artist" nominee (1993)
Porno for Pyros Good God's Urge (P-E-M) 3 tracks
Porno for Pyros "Sadness" from the M.O.M. (P-E-M) benefit compilation Surf Dog
No Doubt Tragic Kingdom (E)
Mighty Mighty Bosstones "Detroit Rock City" from Kiss My Ass: Classic Kiss Regrooved tribute album (P)
Soul Asylum "Losing It" from soundtrack for I Know What You Did Last Summer (P-E)
Sublime "Legalize It" from Hempilation: Freedom Is NORML compilation (E-M)
Maids of Gravity Maids of Gravity (P-E-M)
Bash & Pop "Making Me Sick" from Clerks soundtrack (P-E-M)
For Love Not Lisa "Slip Slide Melting" from The Crow soundtrack (P-E-M)
For Love Not Lisa Merge (P-E-M)
Ednaswap Ednaswap (CP-E-M)
700 Miles Dirtbomb (P-E-M)
Green Jellÿ "Slave Boy" (P-E-M)
Mind over Four Half Way Down (P-E-M)
Holy Grail Ride the Void (P)

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