Tom Elmhirst

For the senior commander in the RAF, see Thomas Elmhirst.

Tom Elmhirst (born 8 June 1971) is a British specialist music producer and mix engineer. He began his career at SARM studios in the early 1990s at a time when digital audio was already becoming mainstream. Elmhirst’s experiences at SARM and with Trevor Horn have clearly influenced his current working methods. It shows in his strong preference for working on analogue boards, particularly the Neve VR (introduced in 1988) and combining this with cutting edge technology.

Since his 2009 Grammy success, for Adele's 19 album, Elmhirst has been working with a range of artists including Arcade Fire and the forthcoming tribute to Cy Coleman, a cover album of his songs featuring Fiona Apple, Nikka Costa and Madeleine Peyroux.

Career highlights to date


2016 Endless - Frank Ocean
2015 25 - Adele
2015 In Colour (Jamie XX Album) - Jamie XX
2010 The Sea - Corinne Bailey Rae
2008 The Kills - Midnight Boom
2008 Adele - 19
2007 Róisín Murphy - Overpowered
2006/2007 Lily Allen - Alright, Still
2006/2007 Amy Winehouse - Back To Black
2007 Mark Ronson - Version
2006 Paolo Nutini - These Streets
2006 Hot Chip - The Warning
2005 Erasure - Nightbird
2004 Goldfrapp - Black Cherry
2004 Manic Street Preachers - Lifeblood

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