Robbie Adams is an accomplished music producer, mixer and engineer best known for his work with U2, he has also worked with numerous other artists including Smashing Pumpkins, Beck, Spoon, Leonard Cohen and Patty Griffin.
He started working with U2 when he was a young recording engineer in Dublin, where he went on to mix songs on the Grammy-winning albums "Achtung Baby" and "Zooropa", as well as fulfilling the role of consulting engineer for their Zoo TV tour. He moved to New York in 1996 and continued to build on his already impressive list of credits.
Having moved to Los Angeles in 2002, Robbie went back on tour with U2 to record every show for their 2005 Vertigo world tour. This culminated in the release of the ground-breaking 3D concert movie U2-3D which was released in 2008 and is lauded for its extraordinary sound quality.
In 2008 Robbie teamed up with his old friend from New York, Mark Wike and entered the world of music supervision. Mark's company, Wike Music is a highly respected music supervision company, and with Robbie on board they are now offering music editing and full music production services to their roster of clients in film and TV.