Producer/Mix Engineer/Songwriter/Musician and general studio rat at Stamford Recording Studio. Specializes in Pop, Hip Hop, R&B, Rock and Jazz.
A native New Yorker, Aaron’s involvement in music began at a very young age and has lead him to study directly with a number of revered musicians and producers. Having been on both sides of the microphone extensively, he is able to offer a truly unique perspective drawing from his experience as a session musician/vocalist, songwriter, bandleader/music director, and sought after live and recording engineer. He has had the privilege of not only touring nationally, but also performing alongside and working for major-label artists and his idols. His versatility has kept him active across a number of musical styles and genres. When not behind a microphone or mixing console, in his limited free time Aaron can be found appreciating all things manual (razors,cars,coffee makers, pencil sharpeners, etc.), curating various forms of brown liquor, and reading as much information he can absorb on pandas.
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Interview with Aaron Staniulis
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Haha... I actually have an entire article on this exact question.. http://blog.sonicbids.com/in-defense-of-digital-what-you-actually-miss-about-analog-tape
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: That I'm not happy, unless you're happy. Whatever the project and whatever capacity I'm collaborating with my client in, I'm ultimately here to make sure that your vision and your art is communicated in the best way possible and however I can serve it best is what I'm here to do.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Getting to work on something new and different every day, and helping people take their idea from something that lives in their head and turning it into something tangible... er... audible...
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I've been involved in music nearly all my life, but particularly in recording, producing, and writing for the last 15 years. I went to Ithaca College where I studied Audio Production and Jazz Studies, and have been a full-time freelancer for the last 5 years.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Honestly, it's usually to remind yourself that "less is more" most often. Figure out what the "hero" is in whatever you're working on and do what you can to let that shine.