Brian Virtue is an American Grammy-nominated music producer, engineer and mixer based in Los Angeles, California.[1][2] Virtue has worked with artists including Jane's Addiction, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Audioslave, Deftones, Puddle of Mudd, Chevelle, Hawthorne Heights and Crazy Town.[3] In the early 1990s, he began working in recording studios as an audio engineer which later developed into working as a producer. Virtue worked with producer Bob Ezrin on Thirty Seconds to Mars' self-titled album in 2001 and 2002,[4] and developed into more work with Ezrin on Jane's Addiction and with Rick Rubin on Audioslave. In 2007, Virtue moved from Los Angeles to Nashville where he worked from his own studio, including recording Chevelle's Sci-Fi Crimes.[5] Virtue also worked on the Jane's Addiction song "Superhero" which is the opening theme to the TV show Entourage.[6][7]

Brian Virtue
Birth nameBrian Virtue
OriginSouthern California
GenresRock, Hard Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Pop
Occupation(s)Record Producer, Mixer & Engineer
InstrumentsPiano, guitar, synthesizer, drums
Websitewww.brianvirtuemusic.com

Selected discographyEdit

Artist Year Album Producer Engineer Mixer Musician
Filter 2016 Crazy Eyes
 Y
 Y
Finch (American band) 2014 Back To Oblivion
 Y
 Y
 Y
 Y
Hawthorne Heights 2013 Zero
 Y
 Y
 Y
 Y
All That Remains 2012 A War You Cannot Win
 Y
Chevelle 2009 Sci-Fi Crimes
 Y
 Y
 Y
Thirty Seconds to Mars This Is War
 Y
 Y
Deftones 2006 Saturday Night Wrist
 Y
Audioslave 2005 Out of Exile
 Y
Deftones Wax and Wane from B Sides & Rarities
 Y
 Y
 Y
 Y
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
 Y
 Y
 Y
Jane's Addiction 2003 Strays
 Y
 Y
 Y
Programming
Thirty Seconds to Mars 2002 30 Seconds to Mars
 Y
 Y
 Y
Korn 1999 All Mixed Up Re-M
 Y
 Y
Crazy Town The Gift of Game
 Y
 Y

Discography references[8][9]

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