Staff

Jonathan Taft

Head Audio Engineer

Jonathan is probably one of the more diverse engineers on staff. In 2002, Jon started making records at New Alliance in the Boston Fenway location. Jon  works in studio, live recording, live sound, voice over, and most recently in film…

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Alec Rodriguez

Staff Audio Engineer

Alec joined New Alliance during the New Alliance build out in 2006. Alec is the only engineer that started at that time which gave him the unique opportunity to see what goes into making a studio, from the ground up…

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Kyle Paradis

Staff Audio Engineer

Kyle is the only red head on staff, but we won’t hold it against him. Kyle started interning at New Alliance in the fall of 2009 and by the fall of 2010 was already engineering. His experience with Pro Tools and Logic software…

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Alex Hartman

Staff Audio Engineer

Work, work, work, work, work, work, You see me I be work, work, work, work, work, work, You see me do me dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, dirt, There’s something ’bout that work, work, work, work, work, work…

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Chris Graichen

Staff Audio Engineer

Chris is our newest addition. Chris had been assisting us at the studio for over a year now and shows great promise and talent, his people skills alone should earn him an award. Chris is a recent grad from The New England Institute of Art…

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Nathan Bice

Staff Audio Engineer

You lost that lovin’ feelin’
Whoa, that lovin’ feelin’
You lost that lovin’ feelin’

Now it’s gone,
gone,
gone,
woh…

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Alvan Long

Studio Owner 

Alvan started New Alliance in 1987, along with his record label Curve Of The Earth, but Alvan was not alone, business partners Andrew Murdock “Mudrock” and Don Foote were instrumental in making magic happen.

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Honorary Engineers


Ethan Dussault

Audio Engineer 

Ethan started making records at New Alliance in 1999. In 2004, after former Head Engineer Andrew Schneider left to pursue his own recording career in New York, Ethan took over the role as head engineer and lead the…

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Eddy Llerena

Audio Engineer

Ed Llerena is an audio engineer hailing from a small town in Florida. He got started recording live shows in 2007 for bands like Dance Gavin Dance, Tokyo Police Club, Cute is what We Aim For. Eddy moved to Boston after hearing…

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