Ian Dillon is a Canadian Engineer from Calgary Alberta. A 12-year audio professional, he currently works as an audio technician at the National Music Centre (NMC) and manages front of house requirements at both NMC and the neighbouring King Eddy. Through his work at the Eddy, he has assisted and engineered live recording sessions with the legendary Rolling Stones Mobile Studio, used on some of the most iconic rock albums in history. During his time with Canadian Vinyl Records Inc. as chief mastering engineer, he has mastered recordings on most major formats for independent and major record releases, while specializing in vinyl mastering. His lacquer master cuts include works by The Misfits, Diana Krall, Muddy Waters, The Glorious Sons, Oscar Peterson, 54-40, Randy Bachman, Roger Hodgson, Apollo Brown, the JUNO Awards, and many more. Additionally, he also runs Calgary Recording Company, an independent recording studio specializing in analog recording, servicing the local community with affordable and professional recording and production services.