Don't see what you're looking for?
Josh Giunta is a Grammy-winning producer and mixing engineer based out of New York City. He is currently the head producer/engineer at GSI Studios in Manhattan where he has worked with Questlove, Yebba, Pentatonix, Zakir Hussain, Terrace Martin, Joshua Redman, and James Taylor, to name a few. His music production company, Love Science Music, releases original music, produces records for labels and artists, and creates educational content for producers and engineers.
After graduating Berklee in 2006 with degrees in performance and music education, Josh moved to New York to pursue a career as a drummer. While working as a touring and recording drummer, he worked his way into the NY studio scene, starting as an assistant at Mercy Sound Studios in 2008. By 2012, he was hired as an engineer at Sweet Sounds Recording Studios in Soho, where he was quickly promoted to head engineer/producer. In 2017, he migrated to GSI Studios where his sound and unique approach to music-making has flourished. In 2022, he won a Grammy for his work as producer, mixer, and engineer on the Taylor Eigsti album, Tree Falls, for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.
As an educator, he has taught at Long Island University and New School University. Josh is a passionate educator with a gift for explaining things clearly. His goal at Berklee is to share his modern studio experiences and broad skill set with proactive students to help them find their way in a quickly evolving music industry.
• Label engineering, mix, and production work for Universal Music, Capitol Records, Columbia Records, Sony Music, and Blue Note Records
• Recorded podcast episodes with John Mayer, David Byrne, Les Claypool, Gabby Bernstein, and Malcolm Gladwell
• Engineered at East West Studios, Sunset Sound, Premier Recording Studios, and Stadium Red
• Mixing work for Melanie Charles, Kassa Overall, James Francies, Alborosie, and Sachal Vasandani
• Taught at Long Island University, New School University, and Bang on a Can (BAM)
• Composed music for media by Nike, The Guardian, NYCFC, Under Armour, and Shutterstock
"Ideally, I want my students to become confident enough in their own mixing and production skills so that they may release the records they've worked on. This simple metric is an important part of how you can build in today's music industry. I'll be teaching the exact things that I do in the studio every single day for clients, artists, and my own projects. My experience as a mixer has given me the tools to make amazing sounding productions right from the start—I've worked on enough music to have a very precise idea of why some things sound good, and why some things do not. My production chops allow me to access the expressive and emotional side of the creative process and my mixing chops allow me to present those ideas in whatever sonic texture I can imagine."