Recording, Vocal Engineering, and Mixing by Ted Trembinski
Mastering by Dave Sperandio
Following their release of their video, Alive / Subha Hone Na De / Don’t You Worry Child, Taal is here with their album. This project is filled with mashups between Indo-hits and American-chart-toppers. We had as much fun recording these tracks as I’ve been having playing them back in the studio.
I recorded, edited, and mixed the album with the exception of Alive / Subha Hone Na De / Don’t You Worry Child, which was edited by Bri Holland. Mastering by Vocal Mastering.
It’s always cool to see music I work on get the full cinematic treatment. It feels double as cool when the singers I work on the recording with are the stars of the video. Taal’s mashup, singing styles, and videography are all pulling from an Indo-aesthetic that I’m always excited to have more experience working alongside.
I recorded and mixed this track. Editing was done by Bri Holland. Mastering by Vocal Mastering.
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.
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.