Nick DiDia is an American born Producer and Engineer who started working in music in the city of Philadelphia in 1985. As an assistant and later engineer at the highly regarded Warehouse Recording Studios on Delaware Ave, he worked with many of the most successful 80's rock bands including Bon Jovi, Skid Row and Cinderella. After relocating to Los Angeles in 1990 he began work as Brendan Obriens' engineer, and together they worked for nearly 20 years on a multitude of seminal rock and roll albums by the era's most influential bands including Pearl Jam (Vrs/Vitology/No Code/Yield/Backspacer) Rage Against The Machine (Evil Empire/Battle of Los Angeles) and Stone Temple Pilots (Core/Purple/Tiny Music/No 4 and ShangriLaDeDa). In 2001 he received his first Grammy Award as engineer on Bruce Springsteens The Rising, and went on to record several more albums with Springsteen (Devils and Dust/Magic/Working on a Dream). Along the way he acted as producer and engineer on ARIA award winning albums for Australian act Powderfinger (Internationalist/Odyssey #5/Vulture Street/Golden Rule).

In 2010 he relocated to Byron Bay Australia, where he continued to engineer albums for Springsteen (High Hopes) and Pearl Jam (Lightning Bolt) as well as produce albums for Kasey Chambers (Bittersweet) The Waif's (Beautiful You) and many others.

2015 saw the opening of his custom built recording studio LaCueva Recording with Bernard Fanning, where they recorded Fannings two new solo albums Civil Dusk and Brutal Dawn.