Bradley Butterworth is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, audio engineer, music producer, educator, and the owner of Studio B Recording in Los Angeles, CA. He received a BFA in guitar performance from Columbia College Chicago, as well as an MFA in Performance and Composition from The California Institute of the Arts. He has composed, performed, produced, mixed, and mastered dozens of projects from world music, to jazz, to chamber music.
As an audio engineer, Bradley has worked at venues such as the REDCAT Theatre at the Disney Concert Hall, The Troubadour, Avalon Hollywood, The Brooklyn Bowl, The Wynn Hotel and Casino, The California Institute of the Arts World Music Festival: Remo Stage, and a variety of large-scale stages with Rat Sound Systems. He has also worked with studios such as the Grammy Award winning TV Tray Studio, Paramount Studios, and The Young Turks News Network. Bradley is a Visiting Assistant Professor in The Department of Music at The University of California Riverside, teaching Audio Recording and Production, Songwriting, and Concert Production.
Bradley is Visiting Assistant Professor in Music Recording and Production at the University of California, Riverside during AY 2018-19 and 2019-20.