All of my fears of sitting around waiting for the phone to ring never transpired and I feel truly blessed!
Here's a quick synapsis:
I recorded and mixed the score for "Gingerbread House-Movie Musical" produced by VP Boyle for NYFA, and also completed the full sound mix for the film. The music was composed by Rob Rockiki and arranged by Mark Fifer.
I recorded and mixed the music score for a new TV show called Drama Mamas. The tracks were recorded at The Engine Room in lower Manhattan, and mixed at MONOLisa. The music score was composed by Andrew Gerle and arranged by Mark Fifer.
There's a great video on youtube that not only shows off our space, but gives you a great overview of the show itself, very well produced! Hopefully I'll get a copy of it to post! For now, it's all top secret.
In music news, I mixed an album for Chatanooga band Pack of Wolves, produced by Ivan Bodley.
That album should drop VERY soon.
Lots of OD sessions and small recording sessions have been filling in the gaps, Our doors were graced by a young talented songwriter named Annalise, she recorded 8 song demos, Brooklyn based songwriter, Keala recorded and mixed 3 songs,
and we recorded some horns, arranged by Steve Jabas, for NYC rockers, The Halley Devestern Band, featuring the CNP Horns. And lots of vocal OD sessions have been happening with NYC artist, Krissy Krissy and hip hop artist Joell Ortiz.
Currently, I'm mixing a new EP from Brooklyn band, The Shivering Brigade. We did the basic tracks at A Bloody Good Record, in LIC. I am SUPER excited about this record, it's really awesome and think this band is going places!
I'm also currently working on the next installment from NYFA called "Legion Of Grads", produced by Kevin Duda.
and last but not least, I've been mixing for The Nevermind Orchestra, a super cool brass band doing arrangements of Nirvana songs. They are pretty fantastic!
So, if I've been remiss in my correspondence, many apologies, it's not personal.
While the experience so far has been amazing, it's also been slightly overwhelming. Things have started to even out now and
I feel like I can breathe a little sigh of relief and a big heaping spoonful of gratitude.
Till next time!