"The magic can happen in a studio. Special things can happen in a recording studio, even though it may seem like a clinical environment from the outside looking in." - Benny Green
I work out of my humble home studio which includes an acoustic upright piano, guitars, basses, synths, an acoustic upright bass, as well as a large collection of high quality samples that can be added to any production. A small curated selection of microphones makes it easy to capture natural tones in the acoustically treated space. It is also the perfect place to track live instruments for use in other projects or remote collaborations.
I am interested in recording all genres of music and love experimenting with new sounds and techniques to add something special to each track. Let me know about your project!
On Site Recording
Capturing the true essence of a live performance is an impossible task, but preserving a fragment of that energy, both in video and audio format, lets you and others transport themselves into that moment and relive part of that experience.
There are multiple scalable options for how to record a live concert or event ranging from a single camera and stereo microphones, to multiple cameras and multitrack audio. No matter how far you want to take it what you get is a highly professional, polished recording that you can share or use for auditions, applications, etc.
There is a certain art that goes into making a livestream engaging for its viewers that elevates it beyond a simple zoom call. Multiple cameras, or even one well placed camera with the right lighting, can upgrade your event from "a live event that people can watch online I guess..." to a true livestream endeavour with audience engagement and professional production.