Collin Warren is a nationally producer, audio engineer and composer based in Washington, DC.
A veteran of DC’s live music scene, Collin has held such positions as: venue manager for the MilkBoy ArtHouse, house sound engineer & assistant technical director for the historic Lisner Auditorium and audio coordinator for the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Additionally, Collin has worked as a live engineer for The John F. Kennedy Center for the Arts, 930 Club, Anthem, Fillmore Silver Spring, Arena Stage, and many more.
As a studio engineer, Collin is known for his ongoing work with the World Folk Music Association, for whom he has recorded, mixed and mastered the music of such greats as Chad Mitchell Trio, Tom Paxton, Peter Yarrow & Noel “Paul” Stookey and many more. Collin has also served for six years as a lead editor and mixer for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra), overseeing audio production for several nationally syndicated podcasts and video productions.
As a composer, Collin’s credits include nationally syndicated theme music, ad campaigns and music for theatre and film for such clients as Finra, Retro Supply Co., Chicago Children’s Theatre, Piven Theatre Workshop, Northwest Children’s Theatre, Imagination Stage, and more. In addition, Collin has released several recordings of his own songs, including his acclaimed debut album Jesus Is My Dentist.
As an Educator, Collin is an Avid Certified Pro Tools Expert and Avid Certified Instructor and has led workshops in audio production at The George Washington University, University of Maryland, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics and Future Media Concepts—where he teaches regularly.