An internationally renowned, award winning, sound engineer, Katherine Miller has been at the board recording hundreds of sessions during the past thirty years. Miller began her career in the 1980’s at Platinum Island Studios and Skyline Studios, working on numerous pop music sessions before striking out on her own to work with Mariah Carey and C & C Music Factory for the better part of 2 years. In the 1990’s Miller worked on a series of jazz albums, finding her true calling working with acoustic instruments. Since then she has worked on countless sessions, recording, mixing and mastering innumerable discs by some of the music’s greatest artists, including Lewis Nash, Catherine Russell, Andy Bey, Bill Charlap, Cyrus Chestnut, Freddy Cole, Little Jimmy Scott, Archie Shepp, Cedar Walton, Joe Locke, Chano Dominguez and many others.
Among her most critically acclaimed recordings are Jazz and Latin Jazz Grammy Award winning albums by Bebo Valdes (El Arte de Sabor), Carlos Franzetti (Duets) and Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra (The Offense Of The Drum).
Her talent as an audio engineer has earned her the admiration and respect of numerous industry professionals and accolades from many of the musicians whose artistry she has helped to document. Vocalist Catherine Russell proclaims, “Katherine will always be my first choice for a recording and mixing engineer. She is meticulous when it comes to getting instruments and voices to sound natural. I was immediately drawn in by the warmth and clarity of her recordings", while vibraphonist/composer Joe Locke asserts, “Having Katherine Miller at the recording console of any session is a great asset. She is undoubtedly one of the finest recording engineers working today", and drummer, Lewis Nash states, "Katherine, in my opinion, is one the finest engineers in the business. When I walk into a studio and see Katherine in the control booth, I immediately relax and know all is well!"