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Team Swan Studios NYC is proud to have been Grammy nominated for our work as Reissue Mastering Engineers on Sony Masterworks "Marian Anderson, the Complete RCA Victor Recordings".  


This was in addition to our other nomination in the Best Classical Choral Performance for Conspirare The Singing Guitar. We were present for the celebration in Las Vegas this year and congratulate our fellow competitors on a fine job by all! 

*Left to right - VP Sony Classical Berlin, Nancy Conforti, Andreas Meyer

Andreas Meyer

Andreas Meyer

Andreas K. Meyer has been working in the music industry as a Producer/Engineer to first tier musicians since 1995. 


A partial roster list includes such renown artist as Hilary Hahn,  Joshua BellYo-Yo MaEsa-Pekka SalonenArcadi Volodos, The Los Angeles PhilharmonicThe New York PhilharmonicConspirare, and jazz greats like Ethan IversonTom Harrell, and Jack DeJohnette are just a few.


His credits span hundreds of releases over dozens of record labels and has acquired numerous Grammy Awards. 

After leaving Sony Music Studios NYC, Andreas opened Swan Studios NYC post-production / mastering studio at the top of Central Park.  His focus in alternative rock, R&B, and Modern Jazz mastering has brought him to the forefront in the industry. Record labels include  Legacy RecordsDeccaUniversal Music,  Sony MusicMosaic RecordsImpexBridgePentatone, and many more.


Some of his classical producing can be heard with Grammy winning The CrossingConspirare,  Isai Jess Munoz, and Hilary Hahn featuring the world premiere recording of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning composition by Jennifer Higdon for Deutsche Gramophone, as well as Hilary's latest solo J.S.Bach album. 

As a composer, Meyer has been recognized by the Society of Composers, Inc. and the Society for Electroacoustic Music. He was also awarded the ASCAP Grant for Young Composers in 1994. It is through his compositional perspective and unique comfort with technology that he is able to transcribe the artistic into a media for all to enjoy.


Nancy Conforti

Nancy Conforti holds a Bachelor of Music from The Hartt School in Music Production & Technology, as well as a Master of Music from McGill University in Sound Recording.


Nancy maintained a well-rounded musical education in clarinet and voice performance, while excelling in her engineering studies. During her time in school, Nancy sought experience outside of the classroom with internships at Ghost Hit Recording Studio near Northampton, Massachusetts with Andrew Oedel and with Jim Chapdelaine in Hartford working on audio for TV broadcast.


Nancy also held summer recording engineer positions at the Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan and the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado.


Additionally, Nancy held a position at the Yale School of Music, functioning as a simultaneous audio, video, and webcast engineer. 


She currently works as a freelance mixing and mastering engineer out of New York City, with releases on labels such as Sony Masterworks, Mosaic Records, Funnybone Records, Dots Per Inch Music, No Sleep Records, and Plastic Masses, amongst other self-released works.


Nancy continues to explore genre and style, believing at the core in good music that sounds good.

Interested in exploring what it might look like to produce your current or next project with us? Learn more about our - 

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