Location recording

Tabby Media can handle audio or video recording of any size program, in any size venue. From small chamber music concerts, to jazz or rock bands, to full symphony orchestra performances, we provide the highest quality of recording and editing, mastering, and distribution. Our technical and artistic standards are second to none.


Selected clients:

Greater Westchester Youth Orchestra Association — Concert recordings (Click to sample)

St. Ignatius Loyola Childrens Choir — Location recording and CD mastering (Click to sample)

Kent Tritle, organist — Kent Tritle Plays the Noack Tracker Organ at the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow – Location recording and CD mastering – see seventh item down in Mr. Tritle’s discography.


Our principal personnel for Location recording:

JG Jeremy Goldsmith has been active in the commercial recording world for 3 decades, as a studio owner, recording engineer, and composer/arranger. He holds a B. Mus degree from Manhattanville College and a Master of Music from Manhattan School of Music. As a clarinetist, he has performed extensively in the NYC area. He is on the music faculties of Westchester Community College and Manhattanville College, where he teaches courses in Music Theory, and Music Technology. He is Co-Director of Music at the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns, where he leads 2 choirs and coordinates all music activities.
Troy Troy Messenger received his degree in audio engineering from the University of Miami and has specialized in live recording of chamber ensembles. His masters degrees are from Yale's Institute of Sacred Music, and he holds a Ph.D. from NYU's Department of Performance Studies. Troy is also an oboist who has been performing with many orchestras and chamber groups over the last three decades. Troy’s musical experience includes positions at six different congregations as a director of choral music and fine arts programs. Troy teaches liturgy and directs the chapel, music, and arts programs at Union Theological Seminary in New York City.