Greg Recchia has been inspired by how records were made and how a great song could make you feel. Greg grew up playing guitar, singing, and writing songs in a band. He first found himself in the studio at age 14 and was immediately fascinated by the recording process. From that day on his passion and love for music has been growing stronger everyday.

In 2010, Recchia graduated from SAE Institute Of Technology, NYC, where he studied Audio Engineering. He then trained with Michael Harmon at Studio Crash (Philadelphia), where he began doing recording sessions with a variety of artists and genres — from a cappella groups to rock bands to hip hop and R&B singers. In 2013, Recchia landed a position at the legendary recording studio, Eastside Sound in New York City. He was mentored by the founder, Lou Holtzman, and worked with Grammy-award winning engineers Fran Cathcart, Marc Urselli, and Eric Elterman.

Greg draws inspiration from a wide range of music, pulling from classic rock to indie rock to hip-hip to jazz. He’s worked with artists such as Mario Winans, Pino Palladino, Irv Gotti, Masego, Bri Steves, Claudette Ortiz, Steve Shelley, Carl Broemel, and many more. Greg's focus is on bringing out the artist’s best work, building great songs, and bringing sound to life!