Drew Gudio At NYU


Drew Guido

I love making records. I've been making music since I was 4, and began recording by the time I was 15. In 2011 I graduated with a degree in Music Technology from NYU Steinhardt. While I was there I learned from many passionate, seasoned engineers like Paul Gelusso (Sufjan Stevens, Animal Collective) and Saul Walker (API founder).

I went on to work at some great studios such as The Cutting Room in Greenwich Village, and Let ‘Em In Music in Gowanus Brooklyn. While working at Let ‘Em In, I was introduced to Grammy nominated songwriter and producer, Felix McTeigue. Felix and I made records together prodigiously for years until his passing in 2020. I have worked on a variety of records for artists on labels including Big Machine, Roc Nation, Thirty Tigers, Mom + Pop, and Exploding in Sound. I've been lucky enough to collaborate with amazing artists like Anaïs Mitchell, Ingrid Michaelson, and Kevin Garrett.

I also pursue my passion for audio in other capacities. For 6 years, I delved into the Film and TV world as the studio director and an audio post engineer at Flavorlab in Manhattan. I continue to work with them as an engineer and composer.

I believe each project needs total focus and dedication. I have done records in world class studios and I have made great records in basements on a shoestring budget. I strive to innovate and learn as much as I can about audio and music, and pursue it with a high level of passion and creativity.

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