AUDIO RECORDING ENGINEER AND MIXER
Recording Engineer, John Wydrycs received a Grammy Award in 1999 for Album of the Year for his work on Lauryn Hill’s “The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill”. In 1993, Mr. Wydrycs's services were requested to mix songs for Jodeci’s “Diary Of A Mad Band” with producer Mr. Dalvin, and also to record basic tracks for an upcoming rapper named Notorious BIG with the production group Trackmasters. Mr. Wydrycs’ recent client list and credits include Joma Music, Anastasia and Taïs, Daniel Hudson, Cindy Valentine, Mindi Abair, Shannon Walker, Kelsey Rey, and much more.
Before becoming an independent contractor, Mr. Wydrycs served as Chief Engineer of Chung King Studios after several years of being staff engineer and assistant engineer, and was Chief Engineer for DM Records in their private studio in North Miami, Florida. As a musician, John has studied at Queens College, playing trombone in chamber music ensembles, and playing guitar in a band called “Bedlam” (later renamed “Emanon”) at clubs including Long Island’s Sundance and Queens’ L’amour East. It was shortly after recording several demos that he decided to get more involved in the production side of the business by taking recording engineering classes at ARTI in Farmingdale, New York. He then enrolled at Full Sail Center for the Media Arts in Florida in 1991 where he received a Specialized Associates degree in the Recording Arts.