Children – Melbourne Gospel Choir

Just in time for Christmas, it’s the latest release from The Melbourne Gospel Choir, a professional choir from Melbourne, Australia.

While I’ve worked on voices from across the United States and even a few from the UK, this is the first project that I got to work on voices from Australia. Not only that, but it’s this years first Christmas-related music video that I’m posting. Check out this version of this Justin Bieber song that’s been stuck in my head all week.

I edited this track. It was mixed by Ed Boyer and mastered by Bill Hare.

Listen: YouTubeiTunes

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The Christmas Song – Committed

Just in time for Christmas, it’s the latest release from Committed, a professional male a cappella group.

Fans of a cappella may know Committed as winners of the second season of NBC’s show The Sing Off. Even though they earned the title of Sing Off Champions a year before Pentatonix, they would eventually find themselves in competition in early 2016, not just on TV but at the Grammys. One of Committed’s Christmas singles, Do You Hear What I Hear, was nominated for Best Arrangement, Instrumental, or Acapella category for the 58th Grammy Awards. It’s an honor to work with these guys to bring another Christmas song to their audience.

I edited this track. It was arranged by Tom Anderson and mixed by Ed Boyer.

Listen: iTunes, Spotify

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All I Want For Christmas Is You (Baby Please Come Home) – SanFran6

The latest release from SanFran6, a professional a cappella group you might have seen on Season 4 of NBC’s The Sing Off.

The only thing sweeter than deserts at the holidays is sharing those deserts with people you care about. I was delighted to take a trip to Alameda Island as these guys recorded this track. It was one half video shoot, one half holiday get together. I know this gets thrown around a lot, but #RLPP.

I recorded and produced the audio. The video was shot by Jamie Palochak and edited by Kevin Redrico.

Watch: YouTube

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