Our team makes our reputation shine and guarantees we accomplish a lot together. We look forward to seeing and hearing you. Especially the listening part.
Owner & Producer
Since launching Dubway in the mid-80's, Al has built a small recording studio into a full-fledged production facility. He opened the original Dubway in the Music Building at 584 Eighth Avenue. Word quickly spread about the lone engineer in a tiny studio who could conjure up amazing sounds using only one blown speaker and a beat-up four-track. Since those early days, Al has worked on countless projects, built the dazzling new Dubway Studios, and continues to be an active musician in New York's club scene.
Nicole started at Dubway after spending time at an art house movie theater and performance space as a manager and projectionist. She has been living in New York for over a decade and has probably jumped off the stage at every NYC music venue. Nicole loves all genres of music from Rock 'n Roll and Pop, to Bluegrass, Rap and even Disney tunes. In her free time, when she is not engaged in the music industry, she enjoys working on her mixed media artwork and channeling her inner nerd at comic book conventions.
Operations Manager, engineer
Nathaniel Reichman is a Grammy-nominated mixer, engineer, and music producer who has worked extensively in television, film, and classical music. His work can be heard on numerous hit children's television shows including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, WordWorld, Bubble Guppies, and Wallykazam!
In film, he has contributed to Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant, Godfrey Reggio's Naqoyqatsi, Abel Ferrara's 4:44 Last Day on Earth, and the Showtime documentary Comedy Warriors, among others. He has also worked on major contemporary classical music albums including those of composers John Luther Adams and Philip Glass. He is a graduate of Bennington College, and an alumnus of the art school Fabrica in Italy.
Director, LOCATION AUDIO
Seth has been doing location audio for seventeen years. His first production job was as a boom operator on a small indie film back in 1997, and since then he has spent a total of two weeks NOT in the audio department, while directing an episode of ABC’s Wife Swap. In that time, he has run the gamut from full-length feature films to 30-second commercials: from reality docu-dramas with a cast of two dozen to intimate one-on-one documentaries. Whether flying solo, heading the audio department, or just being part of the team, he has learned how to run the smoothest and most efficient audio department possible within the parameters of each individual production. He is very excited to be affiliated with Dubway.
Some production highlights: Rodger Dodger, Dummy, Kissing Jessica Stein, The Hebrew Hammer, America's Next Top Model, Project Runway, Survivor, Wife Swap, The City, and The First 48 among others. Recent credits include A Crime to Remember (Investigation Discovery), Motel Hell (MTV), Wicked Single (VH1), Inside the KKK (Discovery), The United Stats of America (History), and Hard Parts (Velocity).
Dubway's Engineers & Creatives
Music Editor, Sound Designer, Engineer
Originally from Cincinnati, OH, Keith found his way to New York City in 2003 and started out at Dubway as an intern. After cutting his teeth on Nick, Jr.'s children's television show The Backyardigans, and the Emmy-winning Bubble Guppies, Keith currently overseas all audio production for Nick's very successful Wallykazam!.
Also a composer and a sound designer with clients that include Audi, Volkswagen, and Nokia, his indy cred is rooted in his burgeoning reputation as a sonic colorist in the Brooklyn band scene.
Keith graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, with a Major in Television/Radio/Film and a dual-minor in Music Industry and Psychology.
Sound Designer, mixer, engineer
When he's not roasting marshmallows over the campfire, Adrian sound designs for TV and film, including Nickelodeon's Wallykazam! production, and "Fishing Without Nets," winner of Best Short Film at Sundance. Hailing from Salt Lake City, Adrian got his start in music as a guitarist, before migrating to San Diego where he honed his skills as a re-recording mixer and music engineer/producer.
Sound Mixer, Engineer
A native Brooklynite, Rashid grew up immersed in the Trinidadian culture, mastering the steel drums and jazz improv. His love of hip-hop led him to engineering at Dubway. While cultivating his audio post chops, Rashid established himself as part of Dubway’s location recording team, as sound mixer for productions including Secret Sauce (YouThisMe), Global Bartender (Heineken), Upwave, Terracycle: Human Resources (Pivot), and dozens more.
Deceptively mild-mannered, he rocks the Steel Band Competition every Labor Day during the West Indian Carnival in Crown Heights.
Moving to New York in 2013, Jake quickly became immersed in the city's audio world. Starting as an intern at Dubway, he is now one of the studio's go-to engineers for major TV channels like Nickelodeon, Discovery, History Channel, and Food Network while working with actors such as Mark Ruffalo, Ellen Pompeo, Zak Orth, James Iglehart, and more. With so much voiceover work already under his belt, he's able to capture a crystal clear voice and edit your takes flawlessly.
Jake also works as a freelance FOH engineer around the city and can be found almost every Sunday behind the board at the Playstation Theater mixing services for Hillsong Church.
Engineer, Sound Designer
Sam has bounced through a few incarnations in his budding music career, from record label A&R, to live sound technician, to composer and sound designer. Producing and songwriting along the way, he came to Dubway after a stint at the music house of Elias Arts, and has now assisted on recordings for Lily Allen, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and the Zac Brown Band.
Sam graduated from Drexel University’s Music Industry Program. He finds himself especially busy composing and designing sound for Dubway’s growing mobile gaming clientele.
He switched gears - from managing a biotech firm to engineering and music production! Upon his move from San Diego (University of California, Santa Cruz) Russell's jazz guitar work and bedroom recording stood him good stead as he came to record a wide a array of underground rock, punk, and funk bands. A songwriter himself, he has produced a number of acts, including his own band, Cosmonaut Radio.
Obsessed with organizing noise for as long as he could remember, Zac took this love of music and sound all the way through Berklee College of Music and turned it into a career as an audio engineer and composer. Fully capable of engineering everything from abrasive and feedback-heavy punk to the most family-friendly of audiobooks, he is also a highly competent location sound mixer. His portfolio includes projects for NPR, GQ, Simon & Schuster, Investigation Discovery, and UK's Channel 4.
When not at Dubway, Zac eats whatever looks appetizing, talks in absurd voices, makes avant-garde music under the name vilefilth, and plays in Boston-based band Lovechild.
Driven by his own musical hedonism, Dylan completed training at New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music in the fields of jazz drum performance and electronic production and design. After leaving school, he worked for four years as an independent engineer in Boston, lugging gear to practice rooms and venues, squeezing well-made albums out of unconventional environments (and budgets).
Since finding a home at Dubway, he’s taken advantage of the lush audio post environment, taking on as much work (both in the studio and on location) as possible. Tracking and mixing for video have given him an opportunity to offer his skills to those who have a vision – and he’s found that working with folks with a clear vision can be a very compelling experience. Still, driven by his own ambition to create, he uses his work experience to inform his personal projects, and vice versa. When not working on post or music sessions at Dubway, he’s putting time into his freelance gigs, as well as his own audio/visual project, Creative Common.
Chris has logged hundreds of hours at Dubway with such clients as Nickelodeon, THQ, and Sony. As an engineer equally comfortable in spoken and sung voice recording, Chris is known for his tireless attention to detail and his pitch-correction prowess.
Chris abandoned his quiet town in Minnesota and moved to New York in 2007. He earned a master's degree from NYU in 2009 and in the same year joined the team at Dubway. Given his exacting approach to recording and mixing music, he finds his passion in bringing structure and balance to great ideas, and so finds himself an valued companion for producers and artists alike. Chris is a multi-instrumentalist and lifelong student of music, and his unique point-of-view has earned him a solid base at Dubway.
Growing up in Massachusetts, Lo sang to anything that would listen and, in turn, listened back. She was engrossed in all things music and began performing early, eventually finding herself in professional choirs, musical theater, and opera. Her affinity for music and sound led her to expand into engineering and video production. When she's not hounding her friends/coworkers to join her personal projects, listening to classic '70s hits, or running to catch the J train, she spends her time looking for other young artists to collaborate with in NYC.
Lo graduated from the Sound Recording Technology program at the University of Massachusetts Lowell before she decided to move to NYC and become a part of the Dubway team.
Become Part of the Dubway Crew
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