• Music Management & Consulting

    In 2005, I formed DJ Vibe LLC to help address the needs of my corporate and private clients. From producing in store branded CDs for Blue & Cream and LRG to music consulting for Bloomingdales and Estee Lauder, I help brands reach their potential through properly devised soundtracks. My network of music specialists has vast experience in music consulting, programming, content management and delivery. In my work with numerous brands and businesses, I develop soundtracks for advertising, retail spaces, and fashion shows. Services include:

    • Music consultation – One on one development to define a brand’s musical image
    • Audio Design & Acoustics – create the proper audio system and environment for ideal music playback
    • Live Sound & Recording – consultations for musical performances and recordings
    • Audio Production & Mastering – pre and post audio production services
    • Music Publishing & Licensing – advisement in the publishing and licensing of musical works for business use
    • Content Delivery Solutions – audio playback solutions to fit any environment

    DJ Vibe LLC has produced a variety of audio solutions tailored specifically to the needs of every client.

    For more information or to setup a consultation please fill out this form.

    Do not use this form to submit music or demos.

    5 Napkin Burger
    Blue & Cream
    Essex House
    Hotel Gansevoort
    Hudson Hotel
    Le Tigre
    Phat Farm
    Philippe Chow
    Strategic Group

    Read some of DJ Vibe’s publication: The DJ Aesthetic: A Look into the Philosophy and Technology that Enable the Disc Jockey available at Amazon.com & Barnes & Noble Excerpt:

    “The future of electronic music will largely be based upon how electronic music instruments are designed. Cost, portability, and the ease of use will be the determining factors in the desirability of future electronic instruments. It is likely that instruments of the future will continue to be fundamentally based on the designs of traditional instruments, but the DJ has helped to popularize the necessity for new expressive instruments.”