Brody Greif is a music producer, mixing/recording engineer, and musician in the NYC Metro area with a portfolio consisting of projects that range from local, unsigned garage bands and indie production companies to major label clients, including a multiplatinum record producer and a two time Grammy-winning jazz musician/composer.

Nick Gallo is a music producer, mixing and recording engineer, arranger, and musician in the NYC Metro area with a portfolio that range from local, unsigned artists to label clients.

With connections to some of the very best musicians, arrangers, live-sound engineers, studio owners, and other top-tier professionals, the client receives only the finest quality in the music and pro-audio service industries.


Studio Recording, Mixing, Production, and Arranging

Brody & Gallo Productions proudly established a home for itself at The Barber Shop Studios — a state-of-the-art recording facility built into a lake-front stone church located in Hopatcong, NJ. The studio provides multiple rooms with a plethora of vintage equipment and amenities such as a beautiful view and direct access to Lake Hopatcong, an in-building fin Italian restaurant, and on-site accommodations for extended-stay clients.

Live Sound Engineering and On-Location Recording

In addition to The Barber Shop, Brody works as an engineer for Yadidit Sound — a boutique NYC-based music production and live-sound company providing full live recording and sound reinforcement services.

Additional Services

Brody & Gallo Productions also openly shares its connections to additional service providers including photo/video professionals, artist managers, teachers, and many others. Because our rates are flexible and project dependent, we ask that you please get in touch so we can discuss your specific needs and come up with a package that best suits your project goals.


Selected Clients:
Everything Falls | Deaf Rhino | Terri Lyne Carrington | Oz Noy | Coldrain
Steve Hass | Ha'Zamir International Choir | Carly Tefft | Extinction A.D. | Banquets


Banquets — Spit At The Sun (album) — S
Micah Levy — TBA (EP) — P • M • E • A • D
The Moms — TBA (EP) — S
Joe Pearson — TBA (EP) — P • M • E • A • D
Madison Scardaville — See You Again - Cover (single) — P • M • E • D
Madison Scardaville — Still Loving You - Cover (single) — P • M • E • D

The Breakout Plan — Me, Myself & I (single) — P • M • E • A • D
Deaf Rhino — Dirt, Rust, Chaos (album) — S
Everything Falls — Through The Storm (EP) — P • M • E • A • D
Extinction A.D. — Faithkiller (album) — S
Micah Levy — On The Way Up (EP) — P • M • E • A • D
Puddle Splasher — Missed Connection (EP) — S
Suzy Rosenberg — Shine Your Light (album) — P • M • E • A • D
Jordan Siwek — TBA (album) — M • E

Mukza — Room Temperature (EP) — M
City Bandits — Rise Above (EP) — M • A
John Blake — TBA (album) — S
Terri Lyne Carrington — The Mosaic Project II (album) — E • D
Hazamir International Choir — The 21st Annual HaZamir Festival (album) — M • E
Zalman Krause — Green Paradise (Single) — M • E • A • D
Matt Martinez — Brooklyn Dodgers - Cover (single) — P • M • E • A • D
Puddle Splasher — Poor Planning (EP) — S
The Ramaz School (feat. Oz Noy & Steve Hass) — Am Echad, Lev Echad (album) — M • E • D
Venus The Ocean — As The World Burns (single) — P • M • A

Asking Alexandria — From Death To Destiny (album) — S
The Born Sinnerz — The Molly Experience (album) — E • D
Coldrain — The Revelation (album) — S
Daniel Eyes — The Jean Jacket Sessions (EP) — P • M • E
Micah Levy — Ol’ Mr. Blue (single) — P • M • E • A • D

Eitan Akman — Atmosphere (single) — P • M • E • A
Juice — Keep It Moving (EP) — P • E
Surefire — Another Take On The Same Difference (album) — P • M • E • A • D
Stewart Taylor — Ohio (single) — P • M • E • A
Sōlman — This Wasn’t Meant For Me (EP) — P • M • E • A
Carly Tefft — Loud And Clear (EP) — E

Surefire — Find A Way For Us (single) — P • M • E • A • D

Eitan Akman — Workin’ Man (single) — P • M • E • A
Dosyid — Downstream (EP) — P • M • E • A


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