Nic Hard's career in music began in the mid 90's while DJ'ing in clubs and house parties throughout Philadelphia and later, London. On his return to the States, his resume began to take shape as he shifted gears focusing on studio recording and mixing. He quickly earned the position of head engineer at RPM Studios in New York City, a "Noah's Ark" of gear. In 2002 Nic went freelance when given the opportunity to record and co-produce The Church's Forget Yourself album in Sydney Australia.

Nic has had the great fortune to work with people like Steve Lillywhite, Jack Douglas, Michael Brauer and Michael Barbiero. His catalog of work includes collaborations with world-renowned bands such as The Bravery, Aberdeen City and The Kin as well as up and coming acts such as The Ropes, Ghost Beach and The Perfects.

In 2016 Nic won a Grammy for his work on the Best Contemporary Instrumental Album “Culcha Vulcha” by Snarky Puppy. In addition to the studio album work, Nic has mixed over a hundred live albums for Snarky Puppy.

Nic has been an increasingly in-demand producer/mixer/engineer who offers versatility, style and an edge to each of his projects.