From left: Lawrence Manchester, Karen Brinton, Thom Cadley, Joe D’Ambrosio
Karen Brinton, owner of Remote Recording, and Joe D’Ambrosio, founder of Joe D’Ambrosio Management, are joining forces to form a strategic partnership to present the best of both worlds: the finest mobile recording trucks and the best “live” recording engineers.
“We’ve been friends, doing business together, for many years,” Brinton says. “Putting together our finest assets, along with a combined 40 years of production knowledge and experience, together we offer the best production services and value to the music, television, theater, film and game industries.”
Emmy Award-winning Remote Recording has been in business for 30 years providing services for The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, The Eagles, Crossroads Festivals with Eric Clapton, Oprah, Academy Awards and Super Bowl Halftime Show Featuring Bruce Springsteen among others. Joe D’Ambrosio Management and its clients have worked with everyone from Katy Perry, OneRepublic, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, The Police, Justin Timberlake, The Roots, Mariah Carey, Madonna and Michael Jackson.
Thom Cadley, a highly respected engineer, has worked on the Concert For New York, and Disney Channel games featuring Jonas Bros., Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato, Sessions At West 54th Street, Live By Request, All Star Tribute to Johnny Cash and scores of other live shows. He also recently mixed Phish’s The Clifford Ball, a boxed set of seven DVDs of the band’s live performances.
Lawrence Manchester is the music mixer for The Jimmy Fallon Show and has worked on Ellen, Saturday Night Live and Late Night With Conan O’Brian, as well as films such as Taking Woodstock, The Departed, Across The Universe, Dan In Real Life, Baby Mama, Frida and The Red Violin, and festivals such as Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits. Manchester also recorded the original cast album for Shrek: The Musical.