Bio

Liam Moes (/muːs/) is a producer, engineer and musician based in Vancouver, BC. Since 2009, he has been an active member of the west coast music scene playing with local bands, recording albums, touring, and more recently working in studios around greater Vancouver. 

Liam got his start in the music industry as a talented and entertaining drummer for folk rock band The Archers. With them, he toured extensively across Canada multiple times playing shows like CMW, NXNE, Rifflandia Festival and the CBC Touque sessions. Liam recorded the band’s first EP in his basement whilst still in High School. Songs off of that album went on to receive regular radio play on CBC Radio and The Zone at 91.3 (Victoria) and earned the band a nomination for “Young Performer of the Year” at the 2012 Canadian Folk Music Awards. 

This recording experience sparked Liam’s interest in recording and producing bands and since then Liam has continued to play live, and in studio, for acts such as High Love, Stella Soul, Sheldoncole, Rachael Schroeder, Mikaila Tombe and more.  

After moving to Vancouver, Liam attended Nimbus School of Recording and Media and graduated in 2017 from the Advanced Audio Engineering Program. During his time there he became distinctly efficient working with large format consoles and pro audio gear as well as industry standard software such as ProTools, Autotune, Melodyne, Logic Pro to name a few.  Since then, he has been working in Vancouver in studios such as Hipposonic, Monarch, Armoury, and Fader Mountain Sound. In September of 2017 Liam produced and engineered – “Places You’ve Been” by Chris Ho – the first record from many to come in this young producer’s career. 

 

"He understood exactly what I was going for and made the sailing about ten times smoother in the process." - Chris Ho on working with Liam on "Places You've Been"