Josh Wilbur's engineering and mixing can be heard on some of the most successful pop and rock albums of this decade, gaining him (to date) two Grammy award nominations - Best Engineered Record: Fuel "Natural Selection" (Epic) and Best Contemporary Folk/American Album: Steve Earl "Washington Square Serenade" (New West). Additionally, his engineering on metal artist Lamb of God's album "Sacrament" (Epic) help bring them to the Grammy's with a nomination for Best Metal Performance.
Working along side Andy Wallace for several years, Josh worked as Andy's Pro-Tools engineer on multi-Platinum selling albums like Limp Bizkit's "Chocolate Starfish And The Hotdog Flavored Water" (Interscope), System Of A Down's "Steal This Album", and Gold- selling albums Sum 41 "Does This Look Infected?" (Island/Def Jam), and Chevelle's "This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In)" (Epic).
More recently Josh has been mixing for heavy rock acts such as Avenged Sevenfold and Alterbridge. But not forgetting the pop world, he has engineered 2 hit singles from P!nk's Platinum selling album "I'm not Dead" (Jive), and 4 tracks on Avril Lavigne's album "The Best Damn Thing" (RCA).
Josh began at the New England School of Communications with a major in Audio Engineering. Soon after that, he began working at Dizzyland Recordings (Rochester NH) with Hank Deckon, who shared his expert knowledge of recording with analog tape and vintage consoles. Josh then went on to work as house engineer in prominent New York City's Soundtrack Studios. There he gained attention of Mixer Andy Wallace as well as the production team Full Force, whom later had him mix their tracks on the platinum selling Lil Kim album "La Bella Mafia" (Atlantic).