Tim Carr is one of Australia’s most distinctive producers. Best known for his work with Matt Corby where he mixed and produced Into The Flame, his five times platinum EP which featured “Brother.” Carr’s wildly diverse CV spans the likes of Urthboy, The Herd, Ernest Ellis, Bag Raiders, Totally Unicorn, Mere Women, Hayden Calnin, Muscles, Twin Haus, Paul Conrad, Ernest Ellis and Julia Stone — as well as much more eccentric and obscure projects.
To celebrate the relaunch of our Studios 301 Online Mixing Portal – exclusively featuring Tim Carr, we caught up with our genre-defying producer and mix engineer to take a look back at some of his mixing career highlights.
Brother – Matt Corby
(#3 Aria Single Chart. 2012 Song of the year, #3 Triple J hottest 100) Brother was the first single released from Matt Corby’s EP, Into the Flame. The song peaked at number 3 on the ARIA Charts, won Song of the Year at the 2012 ARIA Awards and received a nomination for the same category at the 2012 APRA Awards. It also came in at #3 in the Triple J Hottest 100 that year.
Naive Bravado – Urthboy ft. Daniel Merriweather
Taken from Urthboy’s album Smokey’s Haunt which debuted on the ARIA albums charts at #14 in 2012.
White Night – Hayden Calnin
White Night appears on Hayden Calnin’s sophomore album Cut Love Pt. 2.
Darkened Paradise – The Herd
Taken from the Herd’s Better Alive EP which was released to coincide with their A Thousand Lives tour in 2012.
Go Unsteady – Le Pie
Go Unsteady is the second single to be released from Sydney artist Le Pie’s EP Sad Girl Theory.
Big Skies – Mere Women (album)
Sydney post-punk quartet Mere Women’ third LP “Big Skies” with a single of the same name.