Oranjudio is an independent recording studio that specializes in recording musicians in an open floor plan environment, not unlike the natural perforamative setup. When building Oranjudio we aimed to create a space where the atmosphere can take on many different forms, while acting as a creative shell for the artist. As an independent recording studio, Oranjudio also promotes quality over quantity, investing in relationships with artists. Recording sessions are viewed as a collaboration that produces not only something the artist is happy with, but also a product that strengthens Oranjudio's portfolio.
To provide a professional environment that suits both commercial and personal audio. To allow freedom and creativity to take precedence over pre-conceived practices/notions. To provide clients with an experience as well as a product.
Drew Bullock, Producer, Engineer, Commercial audio, Recording workshop
Beginning with the guitar at age 10, bass guitar at 12 and multi-track recording at 13, his lifelong interests in both the artistic and technical aspects of music began at a very early age. He began his professional career as an audio engineer at age 17 when he recorded a full-length record for the band Twenty Four Idaho. He quickly found himself propelled into a fascinating position as a recording engineer; making records for bands he didn't feel he was yet qualified to work with. Through word of mouth he was hired full time at a local television network. This allowed for a more diverse portfolio and the opportunity to work on some noteworthy projects. These include editing and mixing 46 episodes of 'Bananas', a stand-up comedy show, for Sony International, assistant editing on a children's show for two seasons of, 'Taylor's Attic', and writing the opening/closing credits for 'Comedy At Large'.
Zach Graves, Owner
Zach Graves has been involved in music his entire life. Graves Piano and Organ a business his family has owned for 45 years sparked his interest in music and nurtured it through his high school and college careers. Songwriting and recording became his focus after a short stint in Columbus' live music scene. He saw an opportunity to bring a more classic feel to the recording scene and thus created Oranjudio.
Joey Gurwin, Producer, Engineer, Kent State University, Recording Workshop
Joey Gurwin paid his dues as a professional musician before making the move behind the console. He studied Ethnomusicology at Kent State University where he honed his skills as a world percussionist, performing with the Kent State African Drum Ensemble. He has since performed locally and regionally as an afro-cuban percussionist with a number of groups, as well as a session player for countless other projects. His first work on a full length record came in 2007 with BKFB. He has since recorded for CHBG, and countless local Hip Hop artists. Joey has made a name for himself locally not only as a musician and engineer, but as a visible and active member of the local music community. With experience (on both sides of the glass) in all genres from Jazz to Bluegrass, Joey’s ability to work creatively with all artists is his strong suit. Taking a collaborative approach to production and engineering, he produces a mix to be enjoyed by everyone.
Brandon Maclean, Producer, Engineer, Capital University, Recording Workshop
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