Recording & Mixing Engineer




In The Studio

Cameron Kayser was raised in Livingston, MT a rural town that sits on the banks of the Yellowstone River and is renowned for its artistic and eclectic community. From an early age his passion for music was evident as a percussionist during his early school years.  Soon after that, it wasn’t long before Cameron had acquired his first DAW.  At 13 he began the process of learning how to produce music off of just a laptop. Cameron continued to produce music and eventually was playing music festivals all around Montana at the young age of 16.


Cameron got his Bachelors' Degree in Music Production/ Audio Engineering from Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fl in May 2017, with top honors and accolades.


After graduation Cameron took his first job as a mere intern at Tippet Rise Art Center.  As a stagehand, his tasked included, but were not limited to: setting up and cleaning up rehearsal and performance spaces, assisting artists with tasks at hand, and occasionally participating in the state of the art 9.1 recording sessions that took place.  Having the chance to participate in recordings with Grammy award winners inspired Cameron to get a studio position.


Upon the completion of the Season at Tippet Rise, he traveled to the Pacific Northwest.   Soon after moving to Seattle he accepted an internship with Studio Sage.  Beginning as an intern at this studio, Cameron is now the Chief Engineer and Studio Manager.  Cameron has also been a Staff Engineer at Robert Lang Studios since the Spring of 2018.  Working at two studios in Seattle, Cameron has been fortunate to work with Hundreds of artists and bands from all around the world, as well as fortune 500 companies such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon as a Audio Engineer and Producer. In 2019 Cameron was fortunate enough to get to work on over 300 tracks for artists all around the world.