Robert Venable

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Robert Venable
Birth name Robert Venable
Born (1981-10-03) October 3, 1981 (age 35)
Origin Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Genres
Years active 2002–present
Website robertvenable.com

Robert Venable is a producer, mixer, and engineer, currently based in Nashville, Tennessee.

Biography[edit]

Growing up in Springdale, Arkansas, Robert Venable performed in several bands and eventually made the decision to pursue a career in music. He attended the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe, Arizona, where he graduated top of his class. While in school, Venable interned at several studios in the Phoenix metropolitan area, such as The Saltmine Studios and Phase Four, making the transition from assisting to engineering. In 2005, he was hired as head engineer at Paradise West Recording Studios in Scottsdale, Arizona. In 2009, Venable relocated to Nashville, Tennessee and worked in various studios as he built his own. Venable has mixed, engineered, and/or produced music for musicians in a variety of genres. Venable currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee and works out of Off The Wall Studios, his private recording studio, where he produces, mixes and is involved in artist development. In 2012, Venable made an appearance, portraying himself as a producer, in the pilot episode of the American musical drama television series, Nashville.

Selected works[edit]

Venable has worked on several recordings. The following is a select list of notable recordings on which he has worked.[1]

Year Work Artist or band Role
2015 Piece by Piece Kelly Clarkson audio engineer
2016 TOPxMM[citation needed] Twenty One Pilots

Affiliated studios[edit]

Current

  • Off the Wall Recording Studios (Nashville, Tennessee) - 2009–present (owner)

Former

  • Phase Four (Tempe, Arizona)
  • The Saltmine (Mesa, Arizona)
  • Paradise West Recording Studio (Scottsdale, Arizona)
  • The Givens House (Franklin, Tennessee)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Venable". AllMusic. Retrieved December 31, 2016. 

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