Eric Masse is an American recording engineer and record producer.
Masse attended Berklee School of Music in Boston and studied Production and Engineering. After graduating in 2004, he moved to Nashville, TN. During his first years in Music City, Masse worked as an intern at Blackbird Studio by day and tended bar at night. Masse's first studio in Tennessee was called "Cabin In The Woods," followed by "Idiot Dog" and finally "The Casino," where he does most of his work today. When a record calls for a larger studio, he prefers Southern Ground.
In 2014, while playing in a golf tournament, Masse met eminent Nashville producer, Frank Liddell. Their fraternal chemistry led to collaborations on several projects, most notably Miranda Lambert's 2016 release, The Weight of These Wings, a double album produced by Masse, Liddell and Glenn Worf.
Other projects include albums with Pistol Annies, Lee Ann Womack, Rayland Baxter, The Weeks, Lucie Silvas, Mikky Ekko and Andrew Combs.
In 2017, Masse won the Academy of Country Music's Album of the Year award for The Weight of These Wings.