Robert Marks

Robert Marks (born March 18, 1977) is an American producer/mixing engineer. He grew up in Central Florida with an eclectic taste in music, from Zepplin to Jodeci and everything in between, helping define his sound.

He moved to Gainesville, Fl in the mid 90’s and became entrenched in the house music scene, DJing across the state at influential clubs such as Simons and Firestone. This is where Robert discovered his ability on the technical side of the music world, being at the forefront of the exploding dance scene.

Robert Marks moved to South Florida and began working as an assistant at Circle House Studios where his career took a turn more to the commercial side, working with some of the biggest artist on the planet, such as Korn, Lil Jon, Mariah Carey and Usher to name a few.

After working his way up to engineer, Robert was introduced to Producer Jim Jonsin, part of the Unusual Suspects at the time. The relationship would involve millions of albums sold and a few Grammy Nominations along the way, working with such artist as Backstreet Boys, Ludacris, Beyonce` and many others.

In 2007 Robert moved to Atlanta to work with the biggest producer/writer/artist in the industry at the time, T-Pain. Robert Marks not only worked with Pain, he lived at his residence and went on tour with him, as they would work nearly 24 hours a day. Working on projects for Jamie Fox, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson and many, many more.

In 2008 Robert would move back home to South Florida and set up shop. Continuing to build on his relationship with Jonsin, while bringing on new clients like Grammy Winning producer/writer/artist Rico Love. Mixing hits such as T.I.’s “Whatever You Like”, Pitbull’s “Hotel Room Service” and Nelly’s “Just A Dream” to name a few.

2010 would see Robert Marks earn an Album Of The Year nomination for his work on Eminem’s Recovery, while continuing to bring his sound to some of the biggest artist in the world.

2011 would be more of the same, except Robert would take his talents to Los Angeles. Robert was brought out to LA to work on one of the most watched television shows in history, American Idol. Mixing various releases as well as stems for their performances. Doing this while continuing his work with other acts like Mary J Blige, Romeo Santos, Kelly Rowland and many more.

After Idol, Robert came back home, this time to his own room where he continues to work to this day. Mixing for artist like Wiz Khalifa and the band Rebelution, still showing his eclectic taste in music, his mixes continually heard across the globe. Located in Parkland,Fl, the Parkland Playhouse is a state of the art, 3 room facility able to handle any project.

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