We were in the mezz and focused on recording on a mic with different polar patterns. We played a song on an iphone and rotated it around the mic changing it from cardiod, hyper cardiod, omnidirectional, and bidirectional... Read More >>
NEW YORK, NEW YORK AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
While America has numerous music industry hotspots, few cities have had as profound an influence on musical styles as New York City. From becoming a cultural center for classical music in the nineteenth century, to Tin Pan Alley in the 1920s, to the jazz and swing music of Harlem, to the folk music of Greenwich Village, to the punk scene in the 1970s, New York has been making its mark on the music industry.
Today, if it is a musical genre, chances are it's being played in New York. Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis, Jr., Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, 50 Cent, Patti Smith, Regina Spektor, Neil Diamand, P. Diddy, Billy Joel and Alicia Keys are just a handful of the hundreds of prominent musicians who have had ties to the New York scene at one time or another.
The individuals on this page are all professional music producers and audio engineers who received state-of-the-art training at Recording Connection Audio Institute in New York, learning in world-class New York recording studios with one-on-one mentoring from some of the finest audio professionals in the music industry. We invite you to check out the professional websites of these individuals if you are in need of professional audio engineering services in New York City, if you're looking for fresh new musical talent, or if you are considering attending Recording Connection yourself. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Checking in with One of Our Students in NYC:
We asked Lilly Carey of Verplanck, NY to describe what brought her to our program in the first place and how she is keeping up so far.
"I just got done with the patch bay lesson, he (my mentor) is showing me how to patch everything in. I'm only on lesson 6 but he had me sitting in on another student's lesson where I learned the basics of Pro Tools...When you're done setting everything up you sit in the control room with the artists. Sometimes they ask what you think and you just give an honest opinion and usually it works of fine. Elizabeth Chen would always ask me what I think. I tell her and we like similar music and we give each other ideas, it's really cool. It's interactive.
I defiantly want to do live sound and IÊ¼m okay with touring and all that stuff. I want to see what kind of names I can pick up with that. That has always been my favorite thing since I was little."
Latest Blog Entries from New York City Recording Connection Students
Last week we did a hands on group session with my mentor another engineer and a few other interns. I know I learned a lot but I still have many improvements I need to make when it comes to creating music... Read More >>
Very interesting, but some of it was difficult to understand. I guess it's because there are so many different types of mics out there, and they each function differently Read More >>
Had a wonderful observation day last wednesday at Engine Room Audio. We set up mics and messed around witht he patch bay... Read More >>
Mr. Probz EP Mastering Session Watched Mark Run a Mastering session with a STEM mastering technique Then we talked about LUFS and how important they are going to be in 5 years or some estimate among those lines... Read More >>