Joe Dudych Recording Services is a premium sound recording service
specializing in live, on-location, and studio sound recording
Joe Dudych is a Winnipeg-based recording engineer-producer. His company, Joe Dudych Recording Services (JDRS), specializes in music recording and mixing in on-location and studio settings, as well as audio reparation and restoration services.
With over 37 years in professional audio, Joe has earned a reputation for fine quality sound, whether it for his on-location or studio recording, TV production, or live radio. In that time, he has amassed tens of thousands of hours recording and mixing live concerts and other events, much of that with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. His 27-year career at CBC brought him the opportunity to work with a variety of musical styles and a range of artists. Joe’s CBC Radio and TV credits include such diverse talents as Richard Thompson, Robert Plant and the Band of Joy, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, Evelyn Glennie, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Marc-Andre Hamelin, Molly Johnson, Dave Brubeck, Dave Young, Ron Paley Big Band, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, Winnipeg Singers, Canzona, Camerata Nova, Abigail Washburn, Bill Frisell, The Skydiggers, Stefan Bauer, and Toots Thielmans to name but a few.
Since starting JDRS in 2013, projects that he worked on have been nominated for 3 Juno Awards and 4 Western Canada Music Awards, with Western Canada Music Award wins in 2015 and 2018, and one Juno Award in 2017.
Joe is based in Winnipeg, Canada, but is not averse to travel.
*Joe Dudych Recording Services or JDRS is recognized by Manitoba Film & Music as an accredited facility and recognized by them for their funding programs.
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
Agassiz Chamber Music Festival
International Cello Festival
Under The Radar
Red Sky Films
Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Winnipeg Youth Orchestra
Mennonite Central Committee
Arc Image Media
World Village Gospel Choir
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra
Unity Gain Productions
Winter Wind Records
Esprit de Choeur
Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
Karl Stobbe/Gwen Hoebig
Assiniboine Park Conservancy
CBC – Unreserved
St. Mary’s Academy
Ukr. Catholic Eparchy, Australia
St. Norbert Arts Centre
Hoosli Ukrainian Male Chorus
Knox United Church
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church
Eckhardt-Gramatte Music Competition
Jazz Winnipeg Festival
Canadian Museum of History
Culture Days – Manitoba
Winnipeg Chamber Music Society
“I have worked with Joe on multiple projects and I am always impressed with his work. He has excellent skills, a great attitude and many years of experience. Recording a full orchestra, a solo instrumentalist, or just cleaning up noisy interview clips; Joe does a great job every time.”
Red Sky Films, Winnipeg.
“If you listen to my Ysaye CD, I hope you hear a great sound and some good violin playing. What you won’t hear are all the technical details that are part of recording, including mixing, microphone placement, and yes – a few miraculous edits. Making a great recording involves two distinct parts: great playing, and great recording. Joe has lived up to his end of things for me, and many others.”
Concertmaster, Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
Associate Concertmaster, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
“Joe is a world-class recording engineer.”
Music Producer, Toronto, ON.
“Joe Dudych Recording Services always provides top notch audio recording services no matter how challenging the environment and provides mixed outputs in a timely and professional manner. Highly recommended!”
Compass Digital Media, Winnipeg.
“I had the pleasure of working with Joe at CBC. He is calm and cool under pressure and always ready with a creative solution that works. If you ever have a chance to work with Joe take it, you will never regret it. “
Jason Arkley Productions & Consulting, Toronto, ON.
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