Kevin Sucher

(Producer, Engineer, Mixer & Artist)


Warm Audio Gear Used:

“I immediately bought WA-251 after a shootout in the studio with the microphone that it is modeled after. I couldn’t believe my ears. For the money, there is not a better all around vocal microphone on the planet - in my humble opinion.”
Kevin Sucher

I was not paid to endorse this product. I just believe in it and the company. I bought this microphone - the WA-251, during the pandemic after using it in a studio I was tracking in. I was BLOWN AWAY! If you are looking for that "world-class" sound, this is a BIG step in the right direction. It is my "go-to" mic on every session.
Kevin Sucher


Kevin Sucher is an American record producer, recording engineer, mixer and Artist.

Sucher started his record producing career in 1993. In the early 1990s he opened a commercial recording studio, the Laboratory Recording Studio. In 2007, Sucher began working with Eric Benet. Sucher produced, engineered, and mixed several of the songs that were built into tracks on the album Love & Life. The album was nominated for Best R&B Album and Best Male Vocal R&B Performance at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards. Sucher also worked as co-producer, engineer and mixer on Benet's "Sometimes I Cry", which was nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in 2010. Sucher has worked with David Foster, Stevie Wonder, Train, Michelle Branch, Najee, Vertical Horizon and Tony Orlando. In 2022, Sucher returned to the stage and opened a Las Vegas headlining residency with America’s Favorite Yacht Rock Band™ - The Docksiders.