Ronan’s Bio

Ronan Chris Murphy is a producer, engineer and artist that has worked on hundreds of albums around the world. His diverse credits range from singer-songwriters such as Dave Nachmanoff, Pete Teo and Martin Sexton to progressive rock legends such as King Crimson, Steve Morse, Tony Levin, etc. His productions have charted as far away as Iceland, Greece and Malaysia and recently produced (and co-wrote) an album for the hard rock band Gwar which debuted in the US and Canadian Billboard charts. He also works on music for non-album projects including the hit Norwegian film Uno and video games Mafia III and Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. He also recently mastered the score album for Jordan Peele’s hit movie “Get Out.” He is the founder of Recording Boot Camp, which helped pioneer the recording intensive concept and has launched an online training series.

In addition to his work as a producer, Ronan tries to carve out time for his own music. He spent many years playing and touring in bands as the primary songwriter through the 1980’s, and his hectic production schedule sometimes lets him get out to play, including recent gigs in the US, Italy and France.

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