Featured Work:

ELUCID - Save Yourself

Tuesday
Apr192016

ELUCID - Save Yourself

Frequent collaborator and labelmate ELUCID has recently released his magnum-opus - the highly anticipated "Save Yourself" (via Backwoodz Studioz) The entire album was mixed and mastered at The Greenhouse, and I produced the lead single "NY Blanks" as well. Click the image above to check out the full album

 

Tuesday
Apr192016

New Piano at The Greenhouse

 

We've recently had a wonderful new addition at The Greenhouse - a 1960's Baldwin spinet piano! I invited the multi-talented Johnny Jabbour to give her a test drive, and here are the results. Reach out and book your piano sessions today!

 

Thursday
Feb042016

Microphone-Parts.com T-12 Review

I also built and reviewed the T-12 microphone kit from Microphone-Parts.com, read it here!

Thursday
Feb042016

DIYRE CP5 Review 

I reviewed the CP5 Mic Preamp from DIY Recording Equipment for SonicScoop, check it out here!

Saturday
Nov142015

Mixing Sample-Based Music @ AES 139!

On October 30th, I had the honor to present an engineering brief the AES convention at the Jacob Javits Center here in New York.  My focus was techniques for mixing sample based music, check out the synopsis and video below!

Samples are a great way to add impact, vibe, and texture to a song and can often be the primary component of a new work. From a production standpoint, audio that is already mixed and mastered can add to a producer’s sonic palette. From a mixing perspective, however, these same bonuses also provide a number of challenges. Looking more closely at each of the common issues an engineer often faces with sample-based music, I will illustrate techniques that can enable an engineer to better manipulate a sample, allowing it to sit more naturally inside the mix as a whole. 


*Note - my phone died in the middle of the presentation, so please forgive the edit!