Justin Balch


Office:
» Voorhees 205 (V-205)


E-mail:
» justin
@superiorsoundrecording.com


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Justin Balch

Justin is an audio engineer specializing in remote recording and mixing of jazz and western classical music. He has recorded, mixed and/or edited many artists including Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Lionel Loueke, Brandi Carlile, Chuck D, DMC, Harry Whitaker, Alon Nechushtan, George Crumb, Cho-Liang Lin, Gary Hoffman, the American String Quartet, Paul Neubauer, Andre-Michel Shub and the Harlem Jubilee Singers. He has worked on projects for Smalls Records, Tzadik Records, Bridge Records, Koch Records and Naxos Records. Justin was the editing engineer for the composition entitled "Winds of Destiny", by George Crumb, which garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Classical Contemporary Composition at the 2010 Grammy Awards.

Justin has recorded and edited audio for film, television and radio. Justin has also recorded NYC's SummerStage and done live sound for two Grammy nominated artists, Darcy James Argue and Def Jam recording artist Chrisette Michel. Justin is a recording engineer at the Tanglewood Music Festival where he has worked with Yo-Yo Ma, Michael Tilson-Thomas, Sir James Galway, Christian Tetzlaff and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He currently does freelance recording and mixing at La Sala Studios in the East Village.

Justin graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music with a B.M. in Jazz Performance, and received a Diploma in Audio Recording and Production from the Institute of Audio Research. Justin works at Sony as a video engineer, primarily with music videos. Justin's remote recording service can be found here: www.SuperiorSoundRecording.com

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