Thomas Muddle is an experienced freelance sound engineer and producer based in Cheltenham, UK. Thomas is available to hire for both live and studio work and can be contacted using the contact form on this site.
With several years of experience as a gigging and recording musican both as a solo act and with local bands Metropolis, No Atlas, Circuit Chase and Digging For Pedro, Thomas has developed an understanding of the needs of both artists and venues. Thomas is the in house sound engineer at Cheltenham venue 2 Pigs, and has previously worked as a live sound engineer for Wychwood Festival, 2000 Trees Festival, Bicester Choral and Operatic Society (on their productions of Guys & Dolls, The Magic Lamp, and Hello Dolly with Instant Light), and also The Wheatsheaf in Banbury and The Bell in Bicester (various gigs with Jambox Live).
An experienced user of both Logic and Cubase, Thomas recently co-produced Metropolis’ debut EP ‘Where People Have Been‘. Previous production credits include ‘Weather Underground‘ and ‘1995‘ by Circuit Chase, and ‘Standing Ground‘, ‘Baise L’Esprit‘ and ‘Let Go‘ by Digging For Pedro.
Thomas is currently studying for a Popular Music degree at the University of Gloucestershire.