Amon is the owner and head engineer at The Bridge Studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He is also the founder and creator of the Analog Players Society, a group of session musicians whose releases, "Hurricane Season in Brooklyn" and "CYK to JFK" have been met by critical acclaim including being featured on NPR's Fresh Air.
The Bridge Studio is a classic, large-format big room, analog and digital recording studio where we mix and record projects from pop, soul to large drum troupes and orchestras. The Bridge features Protools HD 32 I/O, 2 inch Studer 24 track analog tape machine, a fully restored Harrison 4032c 40-channel analog recording console (same series the thriller album was recorded on), a baby grand Yamaha piano, and more. The custom-built space also boasts an 874 sq. ft. live room, vocal booth, large booth / production room, and large format HD movie screen. Amon has worked in the studio on projects with artists ranging from Horace Andy, Lee Scratch Perry, Junior Tied, Joe Baatan, Nation Beat, Dry Eye Crew, JKriv, Tortured Soul to Bonobo, to name a few.
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