Tim O'Heir

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Audio Professional

Record Producer
2 Projects

Work History

Sound Designer
Hedwig and The Angry Inch
Sep 2013 – Present
Broadway, NYC
As Sound Designer , provided vision and execution of all audio aspects of the Broadway production leading to four Tony wins including Best Musical Revival and a nomination for Best Sound Design for a Musical. Worked closley with Composer, director and Musical Director to offer audiences a unique "concert like" experience while maintaining the theatrical direction. Design transfer and quality maintenance for wildly successful US multi city tour.
Golden Ear
Jun 2012 – Present
Dallas/Fort Worth Area
Music Producer/Engineer/Mixer. Sound Design, Composition, Sound Editorial. Freelance audio mixing for music across a wide range or genres. Sound design for theatrical production including SFX creation and musical composition. Music composition for commercial entities including Calvin Klein and WB networks.
Music Producer/Sound Engineer
Tim O'Heir
1985 – Present
Producer and Engineer for music and film. (Career highlights) Platinum award for over 1 million units sold of rock band All American Rejects Dreamworks debut lp. Producer/engineer/mixer Score recordist and mixer for multi award winning Hedwig and the Angry Inch for Fine Line. Producer/ Engineer for major and independent Billboard charting artists such as Say Anything, Sebadoh and Superdrag. Score recording engineer/mixer for films such as Larry Clark's "Kids", In Good Company, Little Fockers and Prey for Rock and Roll.
Fort Apache Studios
1987 – 2000
North Cambridge. MA
Soup to Nuts audio production.
Vice President
Fort Apache Records
1994 – 1998
A&R to Fort Apache/MCA records. Seek out and sign artists to major lable imprint. Develop and execute budgets and schedules for full length album projects. Produce and engineer album projects for international release. Work closely with inhouse and parent company to stratagize and implement artist development.


Berklee College of Music
2011 – 2011
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
1981 – 1985