Kyle Devine – Producer | Composer | Mixer


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I’m Kyle Devine.  I’m a music producer, composer and mixer.  I am a self taught musician and marketer and I think it’s important as a producer to help the artists I work with have the best shot at success while staying true to their artistic vision.  A producer is a conduit that an artist or band works through to execute an idea.  I see myself as part technician and part clinician.

My personal work is primarily highlighted in hip hop and pop and I have created music for brands such as Nissan, McDonald’s, Dutch Bros, Adidas, Google, NFL, MTV, ESPN, VH1, Netflix, and many more.  I’m influenced by hip hop, blues stomp rock, film trailers, ambient meditation, lofi, EDM, and emotional ballads.  All of these genre thrown in a blender make up the sound palette I usually work with.

You can watch this short video and learn more about my artist coaching.


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    Get To Know You
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    Pre Production
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    Brand Identity Strategy
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    Pitch For Sync Licensing
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    Marketing Tools For Success



A piano driven anthem to help Goodyear tell their story with the NBA.


Custom score designed to highlight the sleek technical aspects of Rehau's Rau-Fipro window casings.

Game Time ft. Cally Reed

Sports rap created for television. Game Time has been played hundreds of times on ESPN.

Pat Magada - Santa Cruz

Summer love song crafted around his 'How to make a Chainsmokers type song' video


Driving guitar driven beats to tell the story of Lebron surpassing Wilt Chamberlain's scoring record.


Rock fueled beats to showcase the science of fabric for Polartec.

Dr. Love ft. Hayley Lynn

Folk from singer/songwriter Hayley Lynn. Dr. Love has been used on TV shows in Mexico and Europe.

Lou Kubrick - Far Too Much

A jazzy minimalist beat backs up the first official song from up and coming artist Lou Kubrick.


Company logos that Kyle Devine has worked with


Cally Reed / Rap Artist

I had zero experience working in licensing before working with Kyle. I’d been wanting to explore that avenue for a while and working with him was a formal introduction.  After working with Kyle,  I’ve gotten music placed on multiple television shows as well as sports networks. I also have finally seen financial kick back for the first time.  The best part was knowing that it was being heard all over the world and being used on television.  Since then,  I’ve learned how to better structure my songs and how to spend my time more efficiently in the studio. It also helped me creatively to have the confidence to venture out of my comfort zone and try new genres and sounds.

Stupendous / Rap Artist

I just started working with Kyle on my project and I’m so glad that I did. He gives honest feedback, is patient, has helpful suggestions, and does everything in his power to make your recording sound as good as possible. His technical engineering skills were really impressive, and I was struck by how detail oriented he was. If you’re serious about your music, regardless of genre, I would highly recommend recording your project at Devine Noise.

Grant Warrens / Pop English

Kyle is brilliant as a producer. He has a great handle on current sounds and beats, and a great ear for building arrangements that work, resulting in modern, fresh, impactful mixes. Rap, pop, dance. rock…. he has a great ear for it all.

If you are looking for an engineer/producer to turn you ideas into a finished product that really shines, Kyle should be at the top of your list.

Jason Rudd / FirstCom Music

I’ve had the good fortune of working with Kyle on a couple of large projects in the past year. I really enjoy the quality of his work… his sounds are great, his mixes very punchy and always radio ready, and his writing is very creative and fresh. Totally in touch. We have great communication and Kyle is very quick with any revisions or tweaks, and he’s also on top of all his paperwork. Really appreciate working with Kyle and will again.

Karen Braucher Tobin / Author

Kyle Devine is an excellent sound designer and engineer. With a great ability to collaborate and come up with creative musical and sound ideas, he brought my literary work to life with sound effects and music. I recommend him for all commercial and artistic projects. Not only is he highly creative and willing to be flexible to meet a client’s needs, he is also meticulous, working to achieve perfection in the final sound production. I recommend Kyle Devine highly for all sound and music projects. He’s terrific.

Hayley Lynn / Singer-Songwriter

Working with Kyle Devine was one of the best experiences I’ve had in my musical career.  When we were writing in his studio the work flow was seamless.  He gave my voice a power I didn’t know I had.  As a singer-songwriter, it’s also important for me to trust the other person I’m writing with but with Kyle it was incredibly easy because we both wanted the music to strike a chord with the listener.  He is one of my favorite producers in the Pacific Northwest.  In terms of the business side of music, he expanded my mind with how you can reach people with your art in today’s musically fluid world.  With his connections and experience in licensing music, it blows my mind that people around the world can hear our songs in movies, commercials, TV shows, and etc.  My online audience grew seven times larger than it was and my discography is now appreciated by a greater audience than I could originally create myself.  Working with him was a dream and he is an incredible mentor to any emerging artist.



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At the root of all power and motion, there is music and rhythm, the play of patterned frequencies against the matrix of time. We know that every particle in the physical universe takes its characteristics from the pitch and pattern and overtones of its particular frequencies, its singing. Before we make music, music makes us.

Joachim-Ernst Berendt