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Bradshaw Leigh is a recording engineer/mixer who has worked in the New York studio scene for 3 decades, beginning his career at Phil Ramone’s legendary A&R Recording Studios at the peak of the music industry. Brad worked as Phil’s engineer for 8 years, recording many Platinum and Gold selling albums for artists such as Billy Joel, Paul Simon and Julian Lennon.

As a freelance engineer, Brad continued to work with top-flight producers including Russ Titleman, Marvin Hamlish, Malcolm McClaren, Davitt Sigerson and Jimmy Iovine, recording and mixing projects for Tracy Chapman, Joe Jackson, Carly Simon, Widespread Panic and Five For Fighting.

As a designer, Brad uses his technical background to design and build products that improve the recording experience such as high resolution dynamics meters for the Neve VR console,  the “Procue” personal headphone mixing system, a high quality DVD interface for SACD players, and the custom 18′ Subwoofer’s that reside in MSR Studios’ A and C rooms.  These products have been incorporated into some of the finest studios in New York City, including Sterling Sound NY, Sony Studios, Hit Factory Recording, Sound on Sound Recording, and MSR Studios NY. Self taught, Brad has the ability to explain some of the most complex technical aspects of the art of recording in simplest terms.

Brad served as Chief Engineer and General Manager of New York’s prestigious MSR Studios (formerly Right Track Recording) until it’s closing in 2016. Currently Brad thrives in New York as an independent mix engineer and audio consultant/designer. Brad’s current projects include Technical Project Manager for Sterling Sound’s move to new facilities, and redesign of Dimenna Center For Classical Arts control room.