As you can see from my discography, I've been one of the most in-demand Mixer/Engineers in the music business. Mixing for New Media like the "Rock Band" & "Guitar Hero" video games and Video & Film releases has kept me busiest lately, but I'm equally comfortable recording & mixing a multi-artist concert live to air, tracking a full band or orchestra, working in surround or simply mixing a pop song with 100's of tracks.
I've won the prestigious ‘TEC Award’ for my engineering work on “The Concert For New York City”; ‘The Goya Award’, (Spain’s Equivalent of The Oscar), for my work on the film “Calle 54”; and has been nominated for an Emmy Award for my work on “An All-Star Tribute To Johnny Cash”. My mixes for the PBS series “Sessions At West 54th” have long been considered to be the benchmark for music mixing for a television concert series. Many other projects I have worked on have gone on to be nominated for & win Grammy Awards. I'm also a well respected Producer & Mixer for Re-Issue projects.
More than anything, my passion is working on a large and diverse cross section of music. Rock, Rap, Hip-Hop, Country & Jazz all excite, inform and energize my work. The ability to go from a Beyonce concert DVD to a Sting orchestral track is a major factor in my creative process and is one of the main reasons I'm able to do such great work.
The Past.... I was the Chief Mixing Engineer at Sony Music Studios from 1993 thru 2007. Prior to that I worked as a freelance engineer. I started my career in the 80's working at some of the most famous studios in the world, including: Bearsville Studios, The Hit Factory & Right Track Recording.
The Future.... I continue to update and refine my personal studio, as well as stay current on production trends and delivery requirements. Additionally, I'm working on new ways to help record labels navigate their way through the murky waters of today's New Media & asset management headaches. Of course, I am always happy to work anytime & anywhere that great music is happening!