New Bands Rev Up With Audio Engine

Audio Engine, considered one of Manhattan's most active audio post facilites, is now recruiting independent bands and student filmmaker projects. We are
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L to R: Great Jones guitarist Rob Kudyba, drummer Brad Parker, engineer John Grant and vocalist Tommy London

Audio Engine, considered one of Manhattan's most active audio post facilites, is now recruiting independent bands and student filmmaker projects. “We are very thankful to have the kind of high-profile clients that have made the Engine what it is today,” says engineer/mixer John Grant. “But at the same time, I do not want to overlook new, younger clients such as indie bands and student filmmakers who will some day be the industry.” One of their inaugural D.I.Y. music clients, rock band Great Jones, took advantage of one of the studio's four mix rooms to record and mix a track for Kiss: Cover to Cover, a compilation CD of songs performed, but not written by, Kiss. Check out clips from their current CD, Seven Days From Saturday, at www.greatjonesband.com.