Randy Miller’s work as an engineer, mixer and mastering engineer has garnered four Grammy wins, multiple nominations and has helped sell millions of albums. As a producer he has worked with some of the biggest names in the music business - Michael McDonald, The Beach Boys, Mike Love, Christopher Cross, Burt Bacharach and many more.
In the last five years he has produced four music specials for PBS at ACL Live at the Moody Theater, including the show “Christopher Cross and Friends”. As a mixer he has remixed "Takin' It To the Streets" and "It Keeps You Runnin"' for Michael McDonald, "I Can See Clearly Now" for Johnny Nash , "Sailing" and "Ride Like the Wind" for Christopher Cross and "Good Vibrations" for Mike Love.
Randy has multiple movie soundtracks to his credit, including working with director, Goldie Hawn, on the film “Hope", with Johnny Nash on "The Break Up" and “What the Bleep do We Know” with actress Elaine Hendrix.
Randy has designed and built three recording studios in Houston, Texas, including Houston Sound Studio for the world famous Latin band La Mafia.
Currently residing in Austin, Texas, Randy produces the annual ALL ATX album and concert for the music charity HAAM, as well as albums for regional artists. Past ALL ATX concert headliners include John Fogerty, The Doobie Brothers, The Zombies, Todd Rundgren, Eric Burdon and the Animals.
A musician and singer and songwriter himself, Randy still records and performs occasionally with his band Zen Archer.
To see a partial list of artists that Randy has worked with please go to the ARTIST list.