Eric SchillingAudio Engineer
Eric Schilling is a music mixer and broadcast music mixer. His awards include: 5 GRAMMY Awards, 15 Latin GRAMMY Awards, 7 Prime Time Emmy Awards, Armstrong Major Broadcast Award and more. At 19 years old, Eric became an assistant recording engineer at the Record Plant Recording Studios in Sausalito, CA working with Sly Stone, Joe Cocker and Fleetwood Mac. In 1977 he relocated to Florida to become an engineer at Bayshore Recording Studios where he worked with Jimmy Buffet, Pat Travers, The Outlaws among other legends. While working at Bayshore Recording in 1982, he met Gloria Estefan and their engineer-artist journey started, working together on all of her groundbreaking mega-hit albums and singles. His recent projects have included Immersive mixes for Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Bee Gees, Earth Wind and Fire, and the “God Of War” game soundtrack. His recent broadcast work includes the GRAMMY Awards, the Latin GRAMMYs, Adele’s “One Night Only”, and Elton John’s “Live from Dodger Stadium”. Eric is partner in mediaHYPERIUM studios, and is nominated in 2023 for his immersive mixes of “Divine Tides” by Stewart Copeland and Ricky Kej.