Bill Mueller

Bill Mueller

AudioWorks - Basic Audio Technology, Intermediate Audio Production, Advanced Audio Technologies.

Bill Mueller is a Grammy-nominated engineer with fifty years of experience in the music industry. Bill worked for Heil Sound in the early 70’s building equipment, driving trucks, and engineering for touring bands including, The Who, Humble Pie, Pink Floyd, ZZ TOP, and others.

In the mid ’70s Bill became Sheffield’s first employee, working for twenty-five years as the chief engineer and senior VP. Bill first taught audio engineering for the Recording Institute of America and then created The Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts, writing the majority of the curriculum and teaching the first classes.

Bill was then asked to work as a NASA partner, designing Space Station Sim in collaboration with NASA, and later, as a contractor to NASA, designing Systems Engineering and Integration software for the NASA Constellation Moon and Mars program.

After 9 years at NASA, Bill became a contract broadcast engineer at NPR headquarters in DC.

At the end of that contract, Bill moved to The Omega Studios’ School of Applied Recording Arts and Sciences for 9 years as a tech, rebuilding massive audio consoles, instructor, and engineer.

Bill is now back at Sheffield as the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Engineer, and instructor.

Bill has engineered music for Aerosmith, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, Ziggy Marley, Eminem, Puff Daddy, DJ Kool, Chuck Brown, The Neville Brothers, A Tribe Called Quest, Public Enemy, The Roots, Run DMC, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck, The National Symphony, and many more.

Bill Mueller is a Grammy-nominated engineer with fifty years of experience in the music industry. In his career, Bill has worked for Heil Sound, as the senior VP and founder of The Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts, NASA, NPR, Omega Studios, and a long list of major artists.