Daniel Mixer is an Assistant Professor in the thriving Music Production Technology program in the Mike Curb College of Music, Entertainment and Art at Daytona State College. He holds a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Belmont University, with an emphasis on audio production in the music business. Daniel is a versatile audio engineer with experience in many subsets of the audio industry. As co-founder of his Nashville-based production company, he tracked, mixed, and mastered countless custom records. He has specified, installed, operated, and trained others on audio, video, and lighting systems across the country in a wide variety of contexts, including professional
recording studios large and small, portable sound reinforcement systems for live events, installed sound reinforcement systems for performance venues and houses of worship, and commercial background music/paging systems. He has built and repaired audio amplifiers and designed portable power distribution systems, making him adept at both small-scale and large-scale electrical applications. When he’s not busy grading tests, assembling guitar pedals, or mixing records, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, and serving as the technical director at his local church.