John Wydrycs

Recording Engineer and Audio Mixer in New York

John Wydrycs

Recording Engineer and Audio Mixer in New York

John Wydrycs is a New York based recording engineer and mixer who has worked on several gold, platinum, and multi-platinum selling albums. He received a Grammy Award® for his work as an engineer on Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” (Album of the Year, 1998). John worked at Chung King Studios in New York City as a staff engineer, and later named the Chief Engineer before his departure in 2001. In 2005, John moved to the Southeast Florida area where he joined the independent record label, DM Music Group, as their Chief Engineer and mixer. During his tenure at DM Music, he had a hand in working with new talent in a variety of genres, including Kelsey Rey who appeared on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2011. John also worked as an engineer on Isaac Delgado’s Latin Grammy® nominated album “En Primera Plana” in 2006, and Anais' "Con Todo Mi Corazon" for La Calle Records. John is also a guitar player, and has played on Mos Def’s “Black On Both Sides” (credited as Johnny Why), and Shannon Walker’s debut album on DM Nashville. He also appears in Hey Guy’s music video, “Time”, which catches the band recording the basic tracks in Chung King Studios’ Empire Suite in New York City

  • Education
    • Full Sail University
    • Audio Recording Technology Institute