Audio + Video Engineers

Find the best technical talent around and they'll make your recording, performance, or stream the best it can be!

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Shelbie Rassler

New York, NY

Recording | Audio Mixing and Editing | Videography

Shelbie produced, arranged, and edited a viral cover of Burt Bacharach/Hal David’s “What the World Needs Now”, featuring the remote recordings of 75 musicians all around the world in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The video has been featured alongside interviews with Shelbie on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Forbes Magazine, National Public Radio (NPR), The New York Times, and many others. Shelbie was presented with a CBS Sunday Morning Sunny Award for this initiative and the video was featured with a discussion between Shelbie and Mr. Bacharach on CNN’s “The Fourth in America” Primetime Special. Recently, Shelbie has collaborated on several music video projects regarding the 2020 Election, including Leonard Bernstein's "Take Care of This House", featuring notable performers such as Yo-Yo Ma, Judy Collins, Anthony McGill, Lara Downes, Charles Yang, and many others; "Just Vote", written by Jim Mayer, featuring members of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band; and "Election Day", an original piece written by Shelbie for the Female Quotient's YOU(th) Vote series. She also works as an arranger and orchestrator, with an upcoming arrangement set to premiere at the United Nations 75th Anniversary Celebration. Shelbie served as a Mix Engineer on the Broadway All-Star cover of “Georgia On My Mind”, premiering at the Rock the Runoff Concert, hosted by Kerry Washington and Stacey Abrams. Among the star-studded lineup, including John Legend and Justin Timberlake, the piece featured Broadway and Television legends, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Audra McDonald, Bernadette Peters, Danielle Brooks, Idina Menzel and Billy Porter.

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Vincent Camuglia

Las Vegas, NV

Audio Mixing/Editing

Vincent is an audio technician who specializes in mixing live audio as well as doing mixing, mastering and video editing in his home studio. He is the Lead Audio Technician at Green Valley Presbyterian Church and has been there since November 2019. Here he mixes audio for all their services and events, while also directing the weekly livestream. Before COVID-19 caused the shutdown of the entertainment industry he was also an audio technician for Cirque du Soleil’s “O” show. His studies as a sound engineer and audio technician began at Northwestern University. While completing a B.M. in Music Performance he took courses in Music Technology, Composition and worked as a recording engineer and post-production editor for the Pick Staiger Concert Hall. His studies continued at USC where alongside his M.M. in Clarinet Performance he worked for Trojan Events as the Lead Audio Technician at the Ground Zero Performance Cafe and as an A1/A2 in other venues on campus, working 100+ live events in his two years there. After graduating from USC, Vincent continued to work as an audio technician, freelance clarinetist and teacher in Los Angeles. He worked mainly as a live mixing engineer, mixing audio for hundreds of events at venues including CSArts San Gabriel Valley, Mattel Inc., Silverlake Independent Jewish Community Center, and The Regent DTLA.

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Eric Heidbreder

Chicago, IL

Audio Mixing/Editing

Eric Heidbreder is a freelance audio editor and performer in Chicago who brings a curious mind and collaborative spirit to every project he takes on. Recently, Eric has begun working alongside Mathew James (Timepoint Ensemble) to produce virtual performance videos for ensembles ranging from 2-90 players—all recording in their own homes. Eric has worked collaboratively with musicians around the world to produce recordings from his home studio that have been used in film, tv, and advertising. Some highlights include Netflix Original Small Crimes, Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories, Vol. 2, and the LG V20 "Everyday Spectacular" advertising campaign.

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Jonathan Galle

Boulder, CO

Recording | Audio Mixing/Editing | Videography

An accomplished concert violinist and recording engineer originally from Seattle, Washington, Jonathan is a go-to in the Denver area for audio and video recording. Jonathan began playing the violin at age four and achieved a bachelor's degree in violin performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. While he greatly enjoys being onstage, Jonathan loves being "behind the glass" even more. Jonathan has worked with many award-winning artists such as Augustin Hadelich, Stephen Hough, Robert Hill, David Korevaar, and many more to produce the recordings they want and the sound they need! While classical is Jonathan’s main skillset you would not be surprised to find him recording many other acts, he is the current engineer for the “Jeremy Mohney Swing Show” and the go-to engineer for the online music production site: “Fox Tracks Music”. Jonathan’s specialty is on-location recordings, whether it’s in a church, your living room or a park in the mountains, Jonathan will make your recording happen!

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Owen Zhou

Boulder, CO

Recording | Audio Mixing/Editing | Videography | Streaming

Owen Zhou is an audio engineer and videographer based in Denver, Colorado. He has been serving the needs of musicians and artists in Colorado since 2010. Some of his clients include the world-renowned Takacs Quartet, the Boulder Bach Festival, MahlerFest, Denver Chamber Music Festival, and Boulder Chamber Orchestra. Owen is also a pianist and teacher. He received piano performance degrees from the Eastman School of Music, Northwestern University, and University of Colorado at Boulder. Owen made his New York debut in 2012 with the Scriabin Piano Concerto.