Audio Engineer

Victoria is an audio engineer and producer who studied at Berklee College of Music from some of the world’s best, including the engineers and producers of artists such as Alicia Keys, P. Diddy, Prince, The Barenaked Ladies, Mary J. Blige, Peter Criss, Aretha Franklin, Janis Ian, Ray Charles, Billy Joel, Leonard Cohen, Outkast, New Kids on the Block, Usher, and Notorious B.I.G. She has also had various opportunities to have her work reviewed by some of the nation’s leading recording and mixing engineers like George Massenburg and Greg Wells. When Victoria started recording with her local bands in high school, she developed an interest in audio engineering. She began working with home recording methods to produce drum covers for herself and friends, but her time at Berklee put Victoria on the path to become a professional recording and mixing engineer. Throughout her time at Berklee, she put together an extensive portfolio of projects that she has engineered, mixed, and produced covering a variety of mediums and genres. Since returning home to New Jersey, Victoria has been working as an assistant engineer in NYC as well as engineering her own projects at ROJO Sound Studios in Kenilworth.

Photo by Dan Hale

 

Chasing June”

Original song written by Paige England; produced, tracked, and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

“Porque No Los Dos?”

Original song by The Planet You; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff; mastered by Kevin Brunhober

 

“Curse”

Original song by The Planet You; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

“Storylines”

Original song written by Ludvig Hartler; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

“Mambo Influenciado” 

Performed by a Berklee quintet led by David Suleiman; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

“I Could Write A Book”

Performed by the Berklee Jazz group A Sham; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

“The Universe”

Original song written by Kenzi and produced by Miguel S.; tracked and mixed by Victoria Seagriff

 

Photo by Dan Hale