Meet the staff at A/M Audio Profiles
Rich Antonelli is a self taught musician with over 20 years performing live, recording and social media marketing. Rich was lead guitarist in the successful Rhode Island based band $kyhigh for many years that provided support for bands such as Warrant, Slaughter, Cinderella, Quiet Riot, Sebastian Bach and many more. In 2013, Rich released his first solo album, Voiceless, with proceeds being donated to Hasbro Children's Hospital. Half of the album, a guitar instrumental journey, was recorded using a Kemper Profiling Amp and Rich has been using the amp live and in the studio since. Rich currently plays the role of Richie Sambora in the successful Bon Jovi tribute band, Bon Jersey.
Barry Martin is the Founder and Chief Engineer at Martin Audio Studios in Massachusetts, Barry has been an engineer and producer for over thirty years. His career encompasses a broad range of music industry projects including production, engineering and mastering of albums, film and TV soundtracks, live recording and live sound for artists from Dave Brubeck to Sheryl Crow.
Barry has recorded the majority of his work at Martin Audio Studios. He continues to produce a wide variety of music in all genres, focusing on tracking, mixing and mastering. Barry integrates the best of analog and digital media via a full complement of state of the art and vintage equipment, including a vast collection of microphones and outboard gear. Barry also operates an acoustical and studio design company, Martin Audio Consulting, through which he has designed many studio, theater and night club installations. Barry’s hobbies are collecting and playing vintage guitars and amps and vacationing in Mexico.
Scott "Scruffy" Graft
Scott “Scruffy” Graft is a Producer, Engineer and Songwriter with over 30 years of experience in the professional music industry. Scott spent his early years honing his engineering and electronics skills working with some of Pittsburgh’s top music talent such as Norman Nardini, The Clarks, and Rusted Root. In the early 90's, he moved to New England where he worked at Normandy Sound Studios, working with such acts as New Kids on The Block, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, The Cromags and many others.
When he wasn’t behind the console, he was busy crafting custom built recording equipment and repairing vintage equipment for top name clients. His career took another leap as he embarked on his journey as the Assistant Chief Engineer of the Music Technology Division at the Berklee College of Music; where he also had the opportunity to focus on the finer aspects of design and building acoustic spaces. These days, Scott has migrated back behind the console as Producer, Engineer, and songwriter. In his free time, you’ll find Scott playing guitar, practicing martial arts, and when the opportunity presents itself - he’s first in line for the roller coaster.