Multi-platinum engineer, mixer and producer Rod Hui began his engineering career in 1977.  Since then he has mixed hits for Shannon, Run DMC, Kurtis Blow, LL Cool J, Public Enemy, George Benson, Chaka Khan, Mary J. Blige, Aretha Franklin, Pete Rock, Whoudini as well as recordings for Bonnie Tyler, Air Supply, Salt-N-Pepa, Ah-Ha and John Cale as well as many others.

Rod has a knack for being involved with an artist at the beginning of completely new genres.  He produced and mixed “Let The Music Play” for Shannon, “Its Like That” and “Sucker MC” for Run DMC.  Rod also mixed “Hot Cool and Vicious” for the first female rap group Salt-N-Pepa as well as “It Takes Nation of Millions” and “Fear of a Black Planet” for Public Enemy.  These continue to be important underpinnings for today’s popular music. 

Rod helped define a sound that is a strong foundation for much of today’s popular music.  While building on a significant foundation of technique, experience and major label relations, Rod has embraced today’s recording and mixing technology and continues to raise the bar on record production.

Some of Rod’s latest projects include the mixing and mastering of two independently released albums, and recording the music tracks for an up-coming movie on Universal.

Pictures with the working title of “American Gangster”.
The first independently released album “So I Do” has been released on June 10, 2007 by Michael Brunnock. The second album is titled “River Wharf” and has been released on May 14, 2007 by Andy Clayburn.