Tucker Martine

Music Producer

Tucker Martine was born in Tennessee on January 14th, 1972 and is the Music Producer. At the age of 52, Tucker Martine biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 14, 1972
United States
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52 years old
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Composer, Musician, Record Producer
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Tucker Martine Life

Tucker Martine (born January 14, 1972) is an American record producer, guitarist, and composer.

Martine was included in Paste Magazine's list of the Top Producers of the Decade in 2010.

Early life

Tucker Martine, the son of singer and songwriter Layng Martine Jr., grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, where he competed in bands and tinkered with recording equipment before heading to Boulder, Colorado after graduating from high school. Martine, a DJ at a public radio station in Colorado, appeared on a local radio station KGNU. On the radio, he would often perform two or more records at once. Martine attended classes at the Naropa Institute, where he studied sound collage and befriended Harry Smith, the ethnomusicologist, writer, and Kabbalist, who made a big splash on Martine.


Tucker Martine Career


In 1993, Martine moved to Seattle, Washington where he began to combine his skills and interests. He joined Wayne Horvitz's chamber group The 4 Plus 1 Ensemble alongside Reggie Watts where Martine's instrument was a series of looping and sound manipulating devices which were fed by the groups otherwise acoustic instruments. Martine received a Grammy nomination in 2007 in the "best engineered album" category for the Floratone album with Bill Frisell on Blue Note. He has also released several albums of his field recordings. As a composer and musician Martine has released 2 albums under the recording pseudonym Mount Analog as well as Mylab (a collaboration with keyboardist Wayne Horvitz) and Orchestra Dim Bridges (with violist Eyvind Kang). Additionally, Microsoft called upon Martine's creativity when they asked him to help compose the startup and branding sounds for Microsoft's new operating system Windows Vista. Today Martine lives in Portland and continues to make records in his own studio Flora Recording & Playback.

Martine has worked with artists such as The Decemberists, R.E.M., My Morning Jacket, Modest Mouse, Beth Orton, Neko Case, First Aid Kit, Mudhoney, Bill Frisell, Sufjan Stevens, Spoon, Grandaddy, Mavis Staples, Courtney Barnett, Iron And Wine, Gary Larson, The Jayhawks, Karl Blau, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Carrie Brownstein, Blind Pilot, Camera Obscura, Robin Pecknold (Fleet Foxes), Stephen Malkmus (Pavement), k.d. lang, She and Him, M. Ward, Mt. Joy, Case/lang/veirs, Jesse Sykes, Raye Zaragoza, Warpaint (band) and Laura Veirs.