Marc Whitmore

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BornSeptember 15, 1992
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Musician} Audio engineer
  • Record producer

Marc Adam Whitmore (born September 15, 1992), is an American musician, audio engineer, and record producer. Whitmore is a 2022 Grammy nominee in the Album of the Year category, for his engineering work on Jon Batiste's album "We Are".[1]

Whitmore has worked as a recording engineer since 2011, including in New York, New Orleans, Nashville, and Santa Fe. He has collaborated with various producers including Danger Mouse, T-Bone Burnett, Patrick Carney, Roger Mutenot, and Robin Eaton.[2]

From 2016-2021, Whitmore was chief engineer of Audio Eagle Studio in Nashville Tennessee.[3] While at Audio Eagle, which is owned by Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, Whitmore recorded albums with various artists including The Black Keys, Michelle Branch, Luke Dick, Miranda Lambert, *Repeat Repeat, Maybird, Faux Ferocious, Calvin Johnson[4], Jessy Wilson, and Dams of the West.[5] Other musical acts that Whitmore has collaborated with include Jon Batiste[6] , Dale Hollow[7], Adia Victoria, and Brother Man.[8]

Whitmore has also recorded and mixed music for various tv and film media, including the film Red Dog[9], the television shows Bojack Horseman[10] and What's Eating America with Andrew Zimmern.[11]

Marc has toured with musical acts including The Black Keys, Tennis, and Michelle Branch as a front of house engineer and drum technician.

In addition to engineering and producing, Marc is a multi-instrumentalist associated with various acts including Cat Cult, JSRF*, and his solo work. He primarily plays drums, bass, percussion, guitar, and organ.[12]

In 2022, Whitmore opened Planet Caravan, a recording studio on an 11 acre ranch in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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  4. "Calvin Johnson Announces New LP Produced by Patrick Carney, Shares Track "Kiss Me Sweetly (Feat. Michelle Branch)"". July 29, 2018.
  5. "Video: How The Black Keys' Patrick Carney Records His Drum Set". August 20, 2018.
  7. "Dale Hollow". Dale Hollow.
  8. "Marc Whitmore Songs, Albums, Reviews, Bio & More". AllMusic.
  9. Freeman, Jon; Freeman, Jon (March 12, 2019). "How Songwriter Luke Dick Revisits His Strip-Club Childhood in 'Red Dog' Movie".
  10. Reed, Ryan; Reed, Ryan (August 28, 2017). "Hear Patrick Carney, Michelle Branch's New Song for 'BoJack Horseman'".
  11. White, Peter; White, Peter (February 6, 2020). "The Black Keys' Patrick Carney Records Theme Tune For Andrew Zimmern's MSNBC Series 'What's Eating America'".
  12. "Credits". Marc Whitmore.

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