Eric Elterman started his career in the early 2000s working in New York City studios like Sound on Sound and Philip Glass's Looking Glass Studios. He has now worked at Eastside Sound for over 14 years, recording, mixing and mastering musicians from around the world.

Eric was classically trained on the viola and has been involved with local music, not only recording, but also performing with rock bands at clubs and venues throughout the NYC area. This experience is essential when communicating with musicians and brings a greater insight to approaching a mix and sculpting sound. Eric understands that approaches to a project can vary depending on the client and believes the vision of the musicians and composers is a top priority.

Eric’s clients include: Meshell Ndegeocello, Sugar Hill Gang,Thurston Moore, John Zorn, Billy Martin, Marc Carey, San Fermin, Bear in Heaven, Anat Cohen, Wooden Birds, Charnett Moffett, Christine Ebersole, Alarm Will Sound, The Manhattan Transfer, Jason Lidner, Elysian Fields, Chihiro Yamanaka, Emeline Michel, Duane Pitre, G Love, Matt Bauer, Estelle, Flo Rida, Fast n Bulbous, The NY Philharmonic, Bear Hands, Hula, Oceanographer, The Weight, Paul Duncan, Joe Chambers, Horacee Arnold, Alyssa Graham, Yaron Gershosky, Rebel Tumbao, Nilson Matta, Now vs Now, Jephte Guillaume, The Rodriguez Brothers, Musiq Soulchild and more.

Eric has also worked as a live TV mixer for performances by: Rick Springfeild, Caveman, Rick Derringer, Spin Doctors, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Don Felder, Matt Pond, Jon Herington, Dumpstaphunk, Hanni el Khatib, Winery Dogs, The London Souls, Eve to Adam, Monster Magnet, Ricky Byrd, Deer Tick, Motion City Soundtrack, Harry Shearer, Alberta Cross, The Doughboys, The Virginmarys, Jason Aldeen and more.