Midtown Hidden Fortress: RedBird Studio

Andrew can often be found milling the tides at RedBird Studio, a production and writing room in The Music Building, Room #1207 where Madonna had previously lived and made music. The facility also serves as the base of operations for Radian Records.

RedBird Studio control room - Photo: Max Di Biaggio

RedBird Studio control room – Photo: Max Di Biaggio

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Cuban Embargo Hit – Track The President

It was an honor to work with Nils and the highly proficient crew as A1 at NBC/MSNBC Network for this simulcast triple-breaking historical news event. Andrea tossed, Brian Williams and her wrapped. While the clip is brief we were on the air for the whole hour. Thanks Dom for the post show shoutout “good job audio, it’s no fucking picnic.”

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Joy Reid Presents Spike Lee on ‘The 10 Year Cycle’

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A1 Mixer, MSNBC

Below is some recent audio mix work I’ve been doing for MSNBC (NABET). Most of it is live, or quickly taped with the very proficient crew at the 30 Rock studios. Shows that I’ve been covering include: Daily Rundown, Jose Diaz Balart, Newsnation, Andrea Mitchell Reports, Ronan Farrow, Reid Report, The Cycle, Now with Alex Wagner, The Ed Show, Politics Nation with Al Sharpton, All In with Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow Show, Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, Up with Steve Kornacki and Melissa Harris Perry.

Rachel Maddow 12/11/2014, House Spending Bill Controversy:

Hardball 12/3/2014, Eric Garner, No Indictment:

Ronan Farrow 12/5/2014 Janice Dickinson Interview:

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Bio

Andrew 'Drew' Felluss working at RedBird StudioAndrew Felluss is a sound engineer, music producer, and media professional based in New York City. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Andrew was inspired at a young age by the power of music to unite people, and sought after a career making it. While focused on music production, Andrew’s professional trajectory crosses television, film, radio, politics, human-rights and other disciplines. Towards unification of activity and purpose, Andrew has founded musicnetwork.org as a crossmedia solution.

While beginning musical studies on guitar, Andrew has focused most of his craftwork on live recording, arranging and record production, and apprenticing with legendary producers & engineers including Phil Ramone, Frank Filipetti, Arif Mardin, Dave O’Donnell, Eric Schilling, Rob Eaton and Lou Gonzales. Andrew studied Sound Engineering at Columbia College Chicago, and is a firm proponent of the “learn by doing” approach.

11193404_10205014698820470_2946294703926813789_nThrough his diligent work at recording studios including Quad Recording, Ocean Way (Hollywood), Baby Monster, and Right Track Recording, Andrew has earned his reputation as a trusted ear in town, engineering work for Ray Charles, Carly Simon, Jay-Z, Rod Stewart and others. While his institutional style can be more renegade than accommodating, this has proven effective in high-pressure situations where analysis is preferably avoided. Andrew mixed the first live broadcast from London out of New York for Bloomberg TV, as well as dozens of breaking news events for MSNBC as an A1.

In 2005, Andrew setup his recording gear in a small Times Square office, to create an affordable studio for client bookings and record production. Now at its third Midtown location, RedBird Studio is a 24-7 recording studio operation with a capacity for ensemble recording, mixing & mastering, while still affordable to independent musicians. Andrew worked with artist Lola Johnson to build Radian Records, an independent label and music production company founded in 2007. Radian Records has produced & released albums for Lola Johnson, Sonia Montez, Chelsea Wolf and Julia Klot, And The Revellers Fell, Quartascope, and produced commercial recordings for LG, Samsung, Kia, Baskin-Robbins, among others.

Andrew Felluss is passionate about musicality and in awe of its power. Any day working in the music trade is a successful one for Mr. Felluss.

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