Nick Raskulinecz ( RASK-ah-LEN-iks) is a Grammy-winning American record producer. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
Raskulinecz is from the Bearden area of Knoxville, Tennessee. He first produced and recorded bands in Knoxville on a US$2,700 8-track recorder that his grandfather bought for him. He played in a popular local thrash/funk band called Hypertribe. Three of their albums were produced at Underground Recording Studio in Seymour, Tennessee, with Matt Lincoln engineering and sharing producing duties. Soon Raskulinecz moved to Los Angeles with his band, now renamed Movement, and took a job at Sound City Studios as an assistant, following a suggestion by Brian Bell from Weezer. He eventually became an engineer and learned how to produce.
In 2001, shortly after Raskulinecz left Sound City, he was invited by Dave Grohl - whom he met engineering the Foo Fighters track "A320" for Godzilla: The Album - to make his debut as record producer with the Foo Fighters' next album, One by One, released in 2002. The experience was successful and Raskulinecz returned for the follow-up In Your Honor (2005). He has also mixed the audio on the Foo Fighters DVDs Everywhere but Home, Foo Fighters Live at Wembley Stadium and Skin and Bones, the latter of which was accompanied by the live DVD at Hyde Park, also mixed by Raskulinecz.