Vocal Engineering by Ted Trembinski
Mixing tracks 1-4 by Ed Boyer
Mixing tracks 5-7 by Bill Hare
The latest release from Not Too Sharp, an a cappella group out from The University of New Hampshire.
I edited the track. Jim McCann recorded and produced it. Ed Boyer mixed it. Dave Sperandio mastered it. It was arranged by Johnny DelToro.
The Whiffenpoofs are a new group each and every year, comprised of seniors from the various groups at Yale. Not only do they travel the world, but are known for a few of their original songs, like The Whiffenpoof Song. Check out musical director, Solon Snider’s original song, I’m Ready Now. It is a worthy addition to the one hundred and eight years of repertoire.
I edited six of the tracks. Recording and the rest of the editing by Alex Green and Alex Koutzoukis. Mixing by Ed Boyer. Mastering by Dave Sperandio.
The latest release from Vocalight, a professional a cappella group from Dayton, Ohio.
Ben Spalding is the kind of person you hear about, then hear about again, then meet, and then keep hearing about. His passion for fostering a cappella is one that is evident in the projects it yields and the young people it motivates. Vocalight is one of his newest a cappella formations, which has been taking the internet by storm, video after video. After Ben contacted me to work on this, I doubled down on my high enthusiasm when I realized Rob Dietz had arranged a swing-shifting, album-spanning medley.
I edited the song. It was arranged by Rob Dietz, recorded by Justin Crichfield, mixed by Ed Boyer, and mastered by Dave Sperandio. Rachel Chalhoub cut the video.