Benjamin Rice is a Grammy Nominated Record Producer, Vocal Producer, Musician, and Mix Engineer. 

Benjamin started his career at Record Plant Studios in Hollywood, CA as an assistant engineer. He quickly turned the relationships cultivated at Record Plant into a budding career with Top 40 credits including Lady Gaga, Selena Gomez, Julia Michaels, Becky G, Zedd, Nick Jonas, Robin Thicke, John Legend, and Liam Payne.

In 2017 Lady Gaga brought Benjamin in to work on her musical film A Star Is Born with Bradley Cooper. He co-produced multiple songs in the film and on the soundtrack and vocal produced & engineered every song on the project. The soundtrack also earned Benjamin the credit of Album Producer. He co-produced the single “Shallow” with Lady Gaga that landed him a 2019 Grammy nomination for Record Of The Year. “Shallow” also went on to win multiple awards including a Golden Globe, an Oscar, and was listed as the second-best song of 2018 by Rolling Stone Magazine. 

Benjamin is originally from Texas and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with his wife and two children. He’s also a veteran of the US Army and an alumni of Full Sail University where he graduated as valedictorian.


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Interview with Benjamin Rice

We discuss the many challenges music producers face, with Benjamin Rice who recently worked with Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper on 'A Star Is Born'

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Product Reviews

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    I love this limiter because it does so much more than just standard peak limiting. The channel link, parallel and saturation features make this one of my most effective and favorable tools for handling dynamic control across multiple busses.

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  • Brainworx bx_control V2

    I love the bx_control, not only because it is such a quick and handy tool for monitoring M/S when I'm mixing ITB, but also because it's an immediately effective way to both tighten and widen something in the mix.

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    This is one of my new favorite plugins from Brainworx. It is by far one of the most flexible and precise tools I use on a consistent basis to manage harsh frequencies across a vocal buss. I'm blown away with how transparent it is, even beyond moderate settings.

  • Millennia TCL-2

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