Tim Kimsey

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Tim Kimsey
Origin Weatherford, Texas, United States
Occupation(s) Engineer, Producer
Years active1980s-present

Tim Kimsey is a multi-platinum mixing engineer and audio engineer. [1] [2]


Grammy Award Nomination

Kimsey was nominated, alongside fellow engineers Gerald Baillergeau, Chris Bell, Kevin Bond, "Bassy" Bob Brockmann, Mick Guzauski, Fred Hammond, Ray Hammond, Victor “Vinno” Merritt and Mark Williams, for Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Kirk Franklin's 1998 Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album, The Nu Nation Project. [1] [3] [4]

Selected Discography

2006 Wait EP The Polyphonic Spree Mixing
1998 The Nu Nation Project Kirk Franklin Engineer, Mixing, Remixing
1997Concede Sister Hazel Mixing
1994 Far Beyond Driven Pantera Mixing Assistant
1994 Time Mercyful Fate Engineer, Mixing, Producer
1994 For the Love of Strange Medicine Steve Perry Engineer
1994 Super Tight... UGK Engineer, Mixing
1990 To The Extreme Vanilla Ice Engineer


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