Eric Broucek is a Mixer & Producer.

Eric got his start while still finishing up at NYU when he began a five year stint as the in-house engineer at the legendary DFA Records Studio.  There he worked under producers James Murphy & Tim Goldsworthy on all the classic DFA remixes, plus seminal records by LCD Soundsystem and Black Dice, among many others.  For two years he also moonlighted touring the world as a keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist in the live electronic band, The Juan Maclean.

In 2008, Broucek took off to build his own recording studio in Brooklyn, where he continued to grow his reputation for crafting timeless, yet adventurous sounds.  He soon became an in-demand mixer and producer among forward-thinking indie bands and electronic acts alike.  He has produced records for the Fiery Furnaces' Eleanor Friedberger, !!! (chk chk chk), Panama, and Britta Phillips (of Luna), among others.  His mixing credits include Hercules and Love Affair, The Drums, Holy Ghost!, Classixx, & Superhumanoids.  Recently, he has mixed scores for the upcoming films "Get a Job", "Bunker 77", and the soundtrack release to Noah Baumbach's "Mistress America”, scored by Dean & Britta.  

Additionally, Eric has composed original music for several short films, including "Silly Little Game," one of ESPN's 30 for 30 series documentaries.  Always looking to expand his knowledge and skills, Eric recently completed a Master's Certificate in Orchestration for Film & Television from the Berklee School of Music Online.  

For the last several years Eric has once again called his native Los Angeles home.