Andy Seagle
Andy Seagle, Clear Cut Acoustic's owner and chief engineer, has been a recording engineer and producer since 1980. Prior to starting Clear Cut Acoustic, Andy worked in these capacities at many facilities, primarily Chaton Studios in Scottsdale, AZ. While at Chaton he recorded Lyle Lovett, George Strait, Alice Cooper, Hall and Oates, Judas Priest, and Flotsam and Jetsam. Andy has received gold albums for his work with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ("Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Vol. II" with guest artists Chet Atkins, Bruce Hornsby, Johnny Cash, and Vince Gill) and the Escape Club. A personal and professional highlight for Andy was working as first engineer for producer Phil Ramone, recording Paul McCartney during the video shoot for his song "Stranglehold."

Dave Nichols
David Nichols has been an engineer/producer since 1988. Blessed with great ears, he first began recording at the age of 14. Since then, David has amassed a wealth of knowledge in both analog and digital recording theory and technique, as well as experience. His many credits include Meat Puppets, Sister Sledge, Type O Negative, Sevendust, Kerry Jackson, the KBS Symphony Orchestra in Seoul, Korea, and a total of nearly 200 performances of the Pheonix Symphony Orchestra and the Symphony of the West Valley, formerly the Sun City Symphony. In addition to engineering and producing, David is an audio recording and production instructor at the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe.

Michael Hill
Michael Hill joined Clear Cut Acoustic as an engineer in 2003. He has recorded the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra and the Valley Chamber Chorale in numerous mobile recordings. Michael is also experienced in the recording studio, having worked with a wide range of musicians, including jazz, rock, classical, country, and hip-hop. When he isn't recording, Michael teaches courses in studio recording and digital audio workstations at Mesa Community College.

Warren Ross Sokol
Warren Sokol has been engineering for over a decade, and is skilled in studio and mobile recording, as well as mastering. Never content with a merely "okay" recording, Warren strives to create the cleanest recordings possible. Warren also teaches Digital Audio Workstation and studio recording classes at Mesa Community College.