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David Bottrill

David Bottrill
Genres Rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s) producer

David Bottrill is a Canadian record producer. He has won three Grammys.[1] Formerly, he owned Rattlebox Studios in Toronto, Ontario with producer Brian Moncarz. Moneen, Basia Lyjak, and The Getaway Plan are among the artists to have recorded at the facility.


  • Production credits 1
  • Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Production credits

Bottrill's production credits include the following:

Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory

David Bottrill also originally mixed Dream Theater's 1999 release Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory, but only four songs from his original mix made it onto the final album. The bulk was remixed by longtime Dream Theater mixer Kevin Shirley shortly before release when guitarist and co-producer John Petrucci called for a "heavier" mix for the guitars and subsequently a "larger" mix for the album entirely.[7] Four songs mixed by Bottrill remained on the album only because Shirley couldn't remix the entire album due to a scheduling conflict. The rest of Bottrill's original mixes can be heard in Dream Theater's official bootleg release The Making of Scenes from a Memory.

External links

  • David Bottrill website
  • Info/Management
  • David Bottrill - Mainstation Music Facebook
  • Article/interview from Tape Op magazine by Roman Sokal (2000).
  • Blog posting from official Rattlebox MySpace page
  • Interview from The Parchment Playlist
  • Interview from Popdose on Vapor Trails Remix


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  2. ^ "BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME Signs With METAL BLADE RECORDS". Retrieved 25 February 2011. 
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  7. ^ "Interview with Dream Theater". October 2007. Retrieved 2009-10-15. 
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