Zach Miley is a San Francisco based audio engineer with a background in classical violin. He specializes in classical / acoustic music recording, and tries to approaches every project with an in-depth understanding of the music at hand. Technical choices should be made to serve the music, not the other way around. As someone with an extensive knowledge of classical music and recording technique, he will make the right technical choices to translate your hard work to your listeners in a meaningful and transparent way.
As a recording engineer, he has produced and/or engineered for Kronos Quartet, Cal Performances, Areon Flutes, Friction Quartet, International Orange Chorale of San Francisco, Cappella SF, SopraDuo, David Conte, and more, and regularly records live concerts for many of the Bay Area's chamber music ensembles, small orchestras, and concert promoting organizations.
As a live sound engineer, he has worked Kronos Quartet, Mercury Soul, The Paul Dresher Ensemble, Amy X Neuberg, SF Chamber Orchestra, and many others.