Sound On Sound Studios is connected with several veteran engineers who have brought their talents to Montclair, offering years of expertise and experience to let your project flourish.
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Thom Cadley is a TEC award winning & Emmy-nominated recording and mix engineer with a prolific list of credits. He has been involved in countless projects ranging from mixing Beyoncé in 5.1, to Phish’s The Clifford Ball, to Sting with a full orchestra. As the chief mixing engineer at the illustrious SONY Music Studios in NYC, Cadley engineered for Live by Request for A&E, Sessions at West 54th for PBS and VH1 Storytellers and many other live broadcast events. After 9/11, he co-mixed and produced The Concert For New York City. Cadley has also engineered the Broadway cast albums for Disney’s The Lion King & Beauty and the Beast, as well as for numerous film soundtracks such as Summer of Sam, Calle 54 & The Namesake. He was also the primary music mixer for the Rock Band and Guitar Hero video games. Artists as diverse as Johnny Cash, Idina Menzel, Bruno Mars, Aerosmith, David Bowie and Billy Joel have all have utilized Cadley’s skill as an engineer and mixer.
Tony Prendatt is a multi-Grammy winning and nominated sound recording engineer, mixer, and producer, having worked with such artists as Lauryn Hill, Carlos Santana, and Mary J. Blige to name a few. In addition to Prendatt’s record experience he is prolific in mixing for surround in 5.1, 7.1, Dolby Surround and Atmos. Tony’s ability to craft enduring music makes him one of the most celebrated expert engineers in the business.
Richard Travali began his career at NYC’s legendary Hit Factory Recording Studios, assisting world-class engineers such as Bob Clearmountain, Tom Lord-Alge, and Roy Halee. He’s recorded Eric Clapton, Billy Joel, and Luther Vandross, as well as Stevie Wonder, Sting, and Paul Simon — including the latter’s The Rhythm of the Saints LP, The Capeman musical, & Paul Simon’s Concert in the Park, which earned an Emmy nomination for live sound mixing. Travali went freelance in the 90s as Hip-Hop and R&B were exploding. He worked with Sean Combs in the early days of Bad Boy Entertainment, who called on him to mix the majority of Notorious B.I.G.’s debut album. For the next two decades, Travali mixed numerous Platinum and Gold Records, with Billboard #1 hits across the Pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop genres. Today, Travali continues to work with notable producers and artists including Robin Thicke, Pharrell, The Neptunes and The Trackmasters.
Todd Whitelock is an expert recording engineer with over 25 years of professional experience in all aspects of music production. His wide-ranging credits include over 500 commercial recordings featuring world-class artists and composers spanning the fields of Jazz, Classical, Opera, World Music, Broadway Cast Albums, and Film Scoring. His multi-faceted work has garnered several nominations and 10 Grammy Awards in a variety of genres and categories. Todd began as an assistant engineer at Power Station Studios in 1989, but made his mark as Senior Recording Engineer for SONY Music Studios in 1995 by engineering for Wynton Marsalis, editing & mixing Blood On The Fields, which received a Pulitzer Prize, a first in Jazz. Recent credits include: Bolden! Film Soundtrack feat. Wynton Marsalis, United We Swing! by Wynton Marsalis and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, & Christian McBride’s New Jawn. His 2019 Grammy Award-winning projects are: The Window by Cécile McLorin Salvant & Sullivan Fortner for Best Jazz Vocal Album, and Wayne Shorter’s Emanon for Best Instrumental Jazz Album.