Audio production is a growing part of my work and I get just as excited about helping other people bring their creative projects to fruition as I do my own. I’m comfortable working in a variety of styles from rock, to jazz, to classical, and much more, so if you’re in the Pittsburgh area and have a project you’d like to record, I’d love to talk with you about it. I can accommodate a small group in my home studio and can also record on location.
For live location recording, I provide a redundant system for up to eight tracks, meaning that I split the analog signal to a completely independent computer/audio interface so that if, God forbid, one computer crashes, there’s a track for track duplicate still running. Thankfully, I’ve never had my gear quit on me during a performance, but I feel better knowing that I have a complete backup and I think you will too.
The following audio samples are from recent projects and show a variety of styles. I’m grateful to the performers for permission to share their work with you.
Jonah’s Call Easter Service 2014
Recorded “hootenanny” style with a spaced omni pair and a center ortf pair. Download The Home Team is Winning with this track and more from the Jonah’s Call Bandcamp page.
Pittsburgh School for the Choral Arts—Concentino
Vouchsafe, O Lord from Z. Randal Stroope’s An American Te Deum
Recorded at First Presbyterian Church in Montrose, Pennsylvania
Rapper K-Ace with beats by Downtown Music
Holdin’ Down the Dub
Anneke Harger, soprano with Donna Amato, piano
Henry Purcell: Sweeter than Roses
Ben Clifton, piano with Ben Podnar on drums and Andy Kohn, bass
Joe Henderson: Recorda-Me