Recording, Vocal Engineering and Mixing by Ted Trembinski
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.
There are few things that whip a crowd into shape like young men singing. The Choir of Man is a new group in the UK which is going to be whipping crowds nonstop. If there are two things I’m always down for, it’s a pint and a song.
I edited the vocals. The track was produced by Jack Blume.
The latest release from FReestyle, an a cappella summer program, founded and directed by Bri Holland in Pittsburgh, PA.
This track is the work of the fifth annual FReestyle summer program. This was the third year I got to be involved in the program. This year, I again not only got to talk about recording and workshop the students on their arrangements, but I also got to work with each student individually, tracking their part for this single. It was a pleasure getting to know these young people and seeing them grow as a musical community.
As a note – All of the proceeds from sales of this track go straight back into funding an even better program for the kids at Franklin Regional Schools this coming summer.
I recorded this track and edited the video. Bri Holland arranged, edited, and mixed it. It was masted 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.
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.