Sylvia Massy

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Sylvia Massy
Birth nameSylvia Lenore Massy
BornFlint, Michigan, U.S.
Occupation(s)Audio engineer, record producer, author
Years active1985–present

Sylvia Lenore Massy is an American record producer, mixer, engineer, instructor and author. Massy is renowned for her multifaceted production/mixing and engineering skills, with her first major breakthrough occurring with 1993's Undertow, the full-length triple platinum-selling debut for Los Angeles alternative metal band Tool[1] as well as her work with System of a Down,[2] Johnny Cash,[3] Red Hot Chili Peppers,[4] and Brazilian band South Cry.


Massy's first project was in the mid-1980s as producer, engineer, and mixer for a compilation album titled Rat Music for Rat People, Vol. 3 on the CD Presents label.[5] Acts featured included Adolescents, Raw Power, Doggy Style and Mojo Nixon. She followed this with producing the punk band Verbal Abuse for Boner Records,[6] engineering two projects for metal band Exodus[7] and co-producing the Sea Hags independent album with a young guitarist Kirk Hammett,[8] who had just finished the Master of Puppets album with thrash metal group Metallica. She also produced "Television, Drug of a Nation" by the Beatnigs, the former band of the Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy's Michael Franti.[9]

From Green Jellö to Tool[edit]

Towards the end of the 1980s, Massy moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles and worked at Tower Records on Sunset Blvd.[10] At Tower she met the members of a Buffalo, New York, band named Green Jellö (later known as Green Jellÿ) and recorded their debut album. After becoming a staff engineer at Larrabee Sound in West Hollywood, she was hired by Zoo Records/BMG to produce Green Jellö's major label debut album,[11] which featured members of a new Los Angeles group called Tool. On Green Jellö's Cereal Killer album, Tool's Maynard James Keenan sings on "Three Little Pigs", and Tool's drummer Danny Carey plays on the album.[12] This began a relationship Massy would have with the band Tool that would span two records: Opiate and Undertow.[10]

Los Angeles and Larrabee Sound[edit]

In Los Angeles, Massy was an engineer, producer or mixer on recordings from artists including Aerosmith, Babyface, Big Daddy Kane, Bobby Brown, Prince,[13] Julio Iglesias, Seal, Skunk Anansie,[14] Paula Abdul, Ryuichi Sakamoto and many more. She worked with manager Gary Kurfirst on Irish rock band Cyclefly for Kurfirst's Radioactive Records.[15] At Larrabee Sound, Sylvia connected with producer Rick Rubin and would work with him on several projects spanning seven years.

Sound City[edit]

From 1994 until 2001, Massy's vintage Neve 8038 console and other specialized recording equipment occupied Studio B at Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, California. Besides Massy's own work at Sound City, several other successful projects were recorded on Massy's equipment during these years, including albums by Sheryl Crow,[16] Queens of the Stone Age,[16] Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Smashing Pumpkins, the Black Crowes and Lenny Kravitz.[16] Massy's equipment is visible in many scenes of Dave Grohl's film Sound City.

Rubin and beyond[edit]

Massy engineered and mixed several projects for producer Rick Rubin on his label American Recordings, including Johnny Cash's album Unchained,[17] which won a Grammy award for Best Country Album in 1997. With Rubin, she also recorded Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Slayer, Donovan, Geto Boys, the Black Crowes, Danzig, and System of a Down's debut album.[18] In the '90s, Massy produced material for Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sevendust, and Powerman 5000, which featured guest appearances from Rob Zombie[19] and actor Malachi Throne; and for newcomer Pauley Perrette.[20] In 1997 Massy mixed the Beastie Boys' "Tibetan Freedom Concert"[21] in New York with Adam Yauch and producer Pat McCarthy.

RadioStar Studios and international acclaim[edit]

Starting in 2001, Massy owned and operated RadioStar Studios out of the Weed Palace Theater[22] until its closing in 2012. She acquired the theater property in 2001 in Weed, California, and operated it as a recording studio for 11 years, with notable clients having been Sublime, Dishwalla, Swirl 360, Econoline Crush, Cog, Spiderbait, Norma Jean, Built To Spill and From First To Last (featuring Sonny Moore of Skrillex.[23]) Several international hits came out of RadioStar Studios with Massy, including Spiderbait's "Black Betty" which reached No. 1 on Australia's ARIA chart in 2004; Cog's The New Normal album received the Australian Triple J "J Award" in 2005; Seigmen's "Metropolis" which reached No. 4 on Norway's sales charts; Klepht was named "Best Portuguese Act" by MTV Europe; Econoline Crush received a Canadian Juno nomination and Platinum sales status for their The Devil You Know album; and Animal Alpha's EP reached Gold sales status in Norway in 2005.

Artwork, writing and music festivals[edit]

In the 2000s, she wrote a regular column in Mix Magazine called "Gear Stories"[24] which discussed vintage recording equipment versus modern equivalents. She wrote an essay about Thomas Edison's contribution to the recording industry which was included in the official Grammy Awards Program. In 2011, Massy co-founded the 4&20 Blackbird Music Festival[25] which operated for two years in downtown Weed, California. The festival drew approximately 7000 people and featured 250 musical acts during its run.

In January 2015, Massy began to write a book called Recording Unhinged for Hal Leonard Publishing.[26] The book was released in March 2016. Interviews and contributors for the book include Hans Zimmer, Geoff Emerick, Bob Ezrin, Bruce Swedien, Michael Franti, Bob Clearmountain, Al Schmitt, Elliot Scheiner, Linda Perry, Ross Robinson, Matt Wallace, Ross Hogarth, Shelly Yakus, Paul Wolff. Massy also illustrated the book.

The cover of the March 2016 issue of Electronic Musician Magazine features Massy's illustration of a dinosaur and a robot in a battle.[citation needed]

As an educator[edit]

In 2015 and 2018, Massy was a visiting professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2018 Massy taught a workshop at the Abbey Road Institute in London, UK. In 2016 she lectured at SAE Institute's audio engineering schools in London and Munich. She has presented periodic recording workshops in Dresden at Castle Rohrsdorf and at Mix with the Masters in Les Studios de la Fabrique in Saint-Remy-de-Provence in the south of France. In 2017 Massy conducted a workshop and lecture at the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Gilbert, Arizona, and a workshop at Tecnólogico de Monterrey in Mexico City for several hundred students. She has also conducted workshops in Sardinia, Oslo and Gdansk and Rome.

In 2017, Massy and co-author Chris Johnson began a collaboration for a professional recording course at Berklee based on their book, Recording Unhinged.

In 2019, Massy toured and conducted workshops for Abbey Road Institute locations in Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris and London.

Current status[edit]

Massy lives in Ashland, Oregon and works out of her private studio.[27] She continues to work as an independent producer, educator and music promoter. She has appeared on an episode of Pensado's Place, an industry video program with producer/mixer Dave Pensado and was nominated for "The Big Award" at the Pensado Awards in 2014 . Massy is a member of NARAS and served on the P&E Wing Steering Committee[28] and Advisory Boards. In 2009, she traveled to Washington D.C. to lobby for musician's Performance Rights and continues to be involved with musician, producer and educational advocacy work on behalf of NARAS. In February 2016 Massy won the Music Producers Guild's "MPG Inspiration Award" at the MPG Awards in London. The award was presented by John Leckie.

In 2015 Massy mixed for Cage the Elephant and Soilwork. The latter part of 2015 and early 2016 saw her overseeing production of Avatar's album Feathers and Flesh.[29] In 2016 Massy recorded Seattle all-woman noise band Thunderpussy in an abandoned nuclear power plant's cooling tower for the song "Torpedo Love".[30][31] She recorded singer-songwriter Sarah Brendel in the underground venue at the Merkers Show Mine, a retired salt mine in Merkers, Germany.

In early 2017 she produced and engineered the Melvins at the Village Studios in Santa Monica while being filmed by Mix with the Masters. She also produced albums by Econoline Crush, Far From Alaska and Dishwalla, and was hired to re-work the recordings of Grey Daze, a side project by Linkin Park's frontman Chester Bennington. In early 2018, Massy traveled to Mexico City to produce the MTV Unplugged television broadcast (and subsequent album release) of the band Molotov. In the summer of 2018 she gained access to the abandoned London Underground station at Aldwych to record British band God Damn on the subway platform.

In 2019 Massy produced and mixed the follow-up to Life of Agony's River Runs Red album, named The Sound of Scars. Tracks were recorded at Studio Divine in Ashland, Oregon. Later in 2019 Massy mixed a solo album for Taylor Hawkins (drummer for Foo Fighters). The album features performances by Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana), Joe Walsh (Eagles), Chrissie Hynde (Pretenders), LeAnn Rimes, Nancy Wilson (Heart), Perry Farrell (Jane's Addiction, Porno For Pyros), Roger Taylor (Queen), Chris Chaney (Porno For Pyros) and Duff (Guns N' Roses).


Massy has worked on the following projects:[32]

Year Artist Project Title Producer Engineer Mix Note
2023 Snailbones Single Leave the Scene Yes
2019 Taylor Hawkins LP Get The Money Yes Republic
2019 Life Of Agony LP The Sound Of Scars Yes Yes Yes Napalm
2018 God Damn LP Satellite Prongs Yes Yes Yes One Little Indian label
2018 Molotov LP/Video El Desconecte Yes MTV Unplugged Performance
2017 Turbonegro LP Rock & Roll Machine Yes
2017 Far from Alaska LP Unlikely Yes Yes Yes
2017 Melvins Single "From the Heart / Not a Leech" Yes Yes Yes
2017 Dishwalla LP Juniper Road Yes Co-Producer
2016 Red Sun Rising Single "Uninvited" (Morissette) Yes Yes Yes
2016 Thunderpussy LP Yes Yes
2016 Avatar LP Feathers & Flesh Yes Yes
2016 Justin Kawashima EP Yes
2015 Die So Fluid Single Yes
2014 Pink Grenade with Johnny Depp LP Fear of a Pink Planet Yes Yes
2014 Cage the Elephant Single Yes
2014 Soilwork Single Yes
2011 Dead Sara Singles Yes Yes Yes
2011 Molotov Jive Album Storm Yes
2011 Showbread Album Who Can Know It? Yes
2011 Air Dubai EP Day Escape Yes
2011 One-Eyed Doll Album Dirty Yes
2011 Lillian Axe Album XI The Days Before Tomorrow Yes
2010 The Cliks Album Dirty King Yes Yes Yes
2010 Kaura Album That Which Defines Us Yes
2010 Distortion Mirrors EP Circle of Wolves Yes
2010 South Cry Album Blue Moon Yes
2010 Sublime with Rome EP Yours Truly Yes Yes Yes
2010 Shrub Album Senorita Yes Yes Yes
2010 The Crash Album Yes
2010 81db Album Impressions Yes
2009 Lucky Lew Album Beauty in Aggression Yes Yes Yes
2009 The Grand Single Yes
2009 Showbread LP The Fear of God Yes
2009 The Dollyrots LP A Little Messed Up Co-Mix
2009 Seven Years Past LP 24 Days in May Yes
2008 Lax'n'Busto LP Objectiu: La lluna Yes Yes Yes
2008 Godhead Single from LP At the Edge of the World Yes
2008 Belladonna LP The Noir Album Yes
2008 The Cliks LP Dirty King Yes Yes Yes
2008 Johnny Cash Songs from The Legend of Johnny Cash Yes Yes Certified Platinum
2008 Econoline Crush LP Ignite Yes Yes Yes
2007 COG LP Sharing Space Yes Yes Yes
2007 Mankind Is Obsolete LP Trapped Inside Yes
2007 Savoy LP Savoy Songbook Vol. 1 Yes
2006 Mt. Helium LP Faces Yes
2006 Annie Mac LP Ignition Yes
2006 Apex Theory EP Lightpost Yes
2006 Showbread LP Age of Reptiles Yes
2006 Silver Griffin LP Here in the Night Yes Yes Yes
2006 Five Star Iris LP Five Star Iris Yes Yes
2006 Major Parkinson LP Major Parkinson Yes Yes Yes
2006 P.T.P. LP Drop of Ink Yes
2006 Tripdavon LP Enlightened Operative Yes
2006 Atomic LP Yes
2006 Furia LP Yes Yes Yes
2005 Animal Alpha LP Pheremones Yes Yes Yes Certified Gold
2005 Staple LP Of Truth and Reconciliation Yes Yes Yes
2005 Re:Ignition LP True Love Yes Yes Yes
2005 Scott Huckabay LP Secret Portal Co-Producer
2004 Spiderbait LP Tonight Alright Yes Yes Yes Certified Platinum
2004 Showbread LP No Sir, Nihilism Is Not Practical Yes Yes Yes
2004 Dishwalla LP Yes Yes Yes
2004 COG LP The New Normal Yes Yes Yes
2004 Mnemonic LP Co-Producer
2004 Bigbang LP Bigbang Yes
2003 Zed LP This Little Empire Yes Yes Yes
2003 Sophie B. Hawkins Singles Wilderness Yes
2003 Fighting Jacks LP The Dying Art of Life Yes Yes Yes
2003 Seven Mary Three Singles Dis/Location Yes Yes Yes
2002 Acroma LP Orbitals Yes Yes Yes
2002 Lustra EP Left for Dead Yes Yes
2001 Lollipop Lust Kill LP (debut) My So Called Knife Yes
2000 System of a Down Single "Störagéd" – Heavy Metal 2000 Yes
2000 Loudermilk LP The Red Record Yes
2000 Powerman 5000 Single "Get On" – Scream 3 Yes
2000 Sevendust Single "Fall" – Scream 3 Yes Yes Yes
2000 System of a Down Single "Spiders" – Scream 3 Yes
2000 Powerman 5000 Single "Nobody's Real" – End of Days Yes
2000 Shivaree LP I Oughtta Give You a Shot in the Head for Making Me Live in This Dump Yes
1999 Second Coming Single Yes
1999 The Deadlights LP (debut) The Deadlights Yes Yes Yes
1999 System of a Down Single "Marmalade" Yes
1998 Powerman 5000 LP Tonight the Stars Revolt! Yes Yes Certified Platinum
1998 Cyclefly LP Generation Sap Yes Yes Yes
1998 Melissa Etheridge Singles Yes
1998 Dig Singles Life Like Yes
1998 Firewater LP The Ponzi Scheme Yes
1998 System of a Down LP System of a Down Yes Certified Gold
1998 The Smashing Pumpkins Single Machina II/The Friends & Enemies of Modern Music Yes
1998 Kula Shaker Single K Yes Yes
1998 Reef LP Rides Yes
1998 Cowboy Mouth Singles Mercyland Yes
1997 Kula Shaker Remix from K "Hush" Yes
1997 The Outsiders LP Viper Room Yes
1997 Porno for Pyros LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Alanis Morissette LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Foo Fighters LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Blur LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Bjork LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Lee Perry LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Patti Smith LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Beck LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Rage Against the Machine LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Smashing Pumpkins LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Fugees LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Cibo Matto LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Pavement LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Sonic Youth LP Tibetan Freedom Concert Yes Yes Co-Producer
1997 Econoline Crush LP The Devil You Know Yes Yes Yes Certified Platinum
1997 Reef Single "Don't You Like It" – Glow Yes
1997 Luscious Jackson Remix "Naked Eye" Yes
1997 Flea / Jewel Singles Co-Producer
1997 Glueleg LP Clodhopper Yes Yes Yes
1997 Deftones Single "Can't Even Breathe" – Escape from L.A. Soundtrack Yes
1997 Mary Beats Jane LP Locust Yes
1996 Red Hot Chili Peppers Alt. mixes One Hot Minute Yes
1996 Red Hot Chili Peppers Single "Love Rollercoaster" – Beavis and Butt-Head Do America Soundtrack Yes Yes Yes Certified Gold
1996 Johnny Cash LP Unchained Yes Yes
1996 R.E.M. Road Movie Yes
1996 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Climb That Hill" – She's the One Yes Yes
1996 Donovan LP "Eldorado" – Surtras Yes
1996 Love and Rockets LP Sweet F.A. Yes Yes
1996 Pigmy Love Circus Single "Drug Run to Fontana" Yes
1996 Horsehead LP Onism Yes Yes Yes
1996 Oingo Boingo LP Farewell Yes
1996 Bigelf LP Closer to Doom Yes
1995 Skunk Anansie LP Paranoid and Sunburnt Yes Yes Certified Gold
1995 Machines of Loving Grace LP Gilt Yes Yes Yes
1995 Seigmen LP Metropolis Yes Yes Yes Certified Gold
1995 Brutal Juice LP Mutilation Makes Identification Difficult Yes Yes Yes
1995 Slayer LP Divine Intervention Yes
1994 Luscious Jackson Single "Deep Shag" – Natural Ingredients Yes
1994 Babes in Toyland Single "Say What You Want" – S.F.W Yes Yes Yes
1994 Seigmen LP Total Yes Yes Yes
1993 Tool LP Undertow Yes Yes Certified Multi-Platinum
1993 Greta LP No Biting Yes Yes Yes
1992 Green Jellö LP Cereal Killer Yes Yes Yes Certified Gold
1992 Tool EP Opiate Yes Yes Yes Certified Platinum
1992 Patti LaBelle Single Asst. Eng
1992 Ingrid Chavez Single "Crystal City Cry" Yes
1992 Carmen Elektra Single Yes
1992 Louie Louie Single Asst. Eng
1991 Prince Remix "Cream" Asst. Eng
1991 Prince LP Diamonds and Pearls Yes Asst. Eng, Certified Multi-Platinum
1991 Fishbone LP The Reality of My Surroundings Asst. Eng
1991 Kate Bush Single Asst. Eng
1991 George Clinton Single Asst. Eng
1991 Green Jellö LP (vinyl) Cereal Killer Yes Yes Yes
1991 Elton John Single "Nobody's…. " Asst. Eng
1991 Tom Jones LP Asst. Eng
1991 Jefferson Starship LP Asst. Eng
1991 Paul Schaffer Band Single Asst. Eng
1991 Enuff Z'Nuff LP Strength Asst. Eng
1991 Sheena Easton Single Asst. Eng
1991 Kylie Minogue Single Asst. Eng
1991 Paula Abdul LP Spellbound Yes Asst. Eng
1991 Ziggy Marley Live Yes
1991 Eric Burdon LP Asst. Eng
1990 Prince "New Power Generation" Yes Asst. Eng
1990 Prince LP Graffiti Bridge
1990 Junkyard LP Yes Yes
1990 Wendy & Lisa Single "Waterfall" – Wendy and Lisa Asst. Eng
1990 Mavis Staples Single Asst. Eng
1990 Rosie Gaines Single Asst. Eng
1990 Paula Abdul Single Asst. Eng
1990 Aerosmith Remix "The Other Side" Yes Co-Mix
1990 Seal Single Asst. Eng
1990 Babyface Single Asst. Eng
1990 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark LP Asst. Eng
1989 Big Daddy Kane Single "It's a Big Daddy Thing" – It's a Big Daddy Thing Asst. Eng
1990 Young MC LP Brainstorm Asst. Eng
1990 Bobby Brown Single "The Freestyle Mega-Mix" Asst. Eng
1990 Queen LP Asst. Eng
1990 New Edition Single Asst. Eng
1990 Teddy Riley Single Asst. Eng
1990 Spandau Ballet LP Heart Like a Sky Asst. Eng
1990 BeBe & CeCe Winans (featuring MC Hammer) Single "The Blood" – Different Lifestyles Yes
1990 Danzig LP Danzig II: Lucifuge Asst. Eng
1990 Geto Boys LP Asst. Eng
1990 The Time Remix "Chocolate" (remix) Yes
1990 Apollo Smile LP Yes
1990 Black Crowes LP Shake Your Moneymaker Asst. Eng
1990 The Jacksons LP 2300 Jackson Street Asst. Eng
1990 Ryuichi Sakamoto LP Soundtrack to Black Rain Asst. Eng
1989 Green Jellö LP Triple Live Möther Gööse at Budokan Yes
1989 The Big F LP (debut) The Big F Asst. Eng
1989 Trouble LP Asst. Eng
1989 Julio Iglesias LP Starry Night Asst. Eng
1989 Jermaine Jackson LP Asst. Eng
1989 Barbra Streisand LP The Broadway Album Asst. Eng
1987 Exodus LP Pleasures of the Flesh Yes
1987 Joe Satriani LP Surfing with the Alien Asst. Eng
1987 Femme Fatale Single "I Need a Date" Yes
1987 Adolescents "All Day and All of the Night" (Ray Davies)
- Rat Music for Rat People Vol. III
Yes Yes Yes
1987 Mojo Nixon / Skid Roper "I Ain't Gonna Piss in No Jar" (Mojo Nixon)
- Rat Music for Rat People Vol. III
Yes Yes Yes
1987 Raw Power "We Shall Overcome" (traditional)
- Rat Music for Rat People Vol. III
Yes Yes Yes
1987 Doggy Style "Janitor Man" (Gary Hobish)
- Rat Music for Rat People Vol. III
Yes Yes Yes
1986 Sea Hags LP (debut) Sea Hags Yes Yes Co-Producer
1986 The Beatnigs Single "Television" Yes Yes Yes
1986 Tuxedomoon Live LP Yes
1985 Verbal Abuse LP Rocks Your Liver Yes Yes Yes
1984 New Riders of the Purple Sage Single Asst. Eng
1984 Bobby Hutcherson LP Color Schemes Asst. Eng


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