Ira Parker “The Super Engineer”
From a very young age Ira Parker, better known as "The Super Engineer" or "Maximus Music" was musically inclined from a bloodline of 5 generations. Born April 3rd, 1979 in Jacksonville North Carolina,
Ira ear for creating music production was astonishing with mind blowing detail. Being consistently inspired by his uncle who owned a Jazz restaurant in Charlotte NC, Ira was attracted to Jazz, Classical, Rhythm & Blues, Hip-Hop, Country and Pop music. After dropping out of A&T University in 1999, Ira's brother Leon founded Maximus Music Records Studio in Greensboro NC. Because of Ira's rare ears for production and engineering, Leon knew right away that he would turn over ownership of the company to his little brother. Maximus Music Studios grew quickly from a small office space area to a full blown commercial recording studio where he ended up working with Warner Bros. Music Group in 2003.The Maximus Music sound for music production and engineering became a hotspot for N.C.
Ira has engineered or mixed (artist song features) such as TV's Dr. Steve Perry for Save My Son Episodes, Naughty by Nature's Treach, DJ Esudd (2Chainz Dj), Travis Porter, Marcus Cooper (Formerly known as Pleasure P), Jinx Da Juvy, Waka Flocka Flame, Slim of 112, Rocko, Young Scooter, Kilo (help produced The Miseducation of Lauren Hill), CTE's Blood Raw, Dip Set's Hell Rell, Grand Hustle's Keith Mcmasters, Ricco Barrino, Former Warner Bros. Music Group's Management Bruce Johnson, L.I.V.E. (Warner Bros. Music Group), Shareefa, Prima J and more.. Join us this Sunday as we showcase the "Outstanding" career of Ira Parker.
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