Since our start in 2014, we have fostered a comfortable and inspiring environment for people to work on their projects and let their creativity flow. We build ongoing relationships with our artists to develop and achieve their goals through the full suite of services we offer.
Most artists are looking to work with people who can bring real value into the mix. We help artists of all kinds and levels develop musical ideas (sometimes just a melody in their head), create visual content, compose music or beats, promote and market their work, and so much more.
The Recording Den is the ideal place to bring your project to life. We are an active Source-Connect studio, working with agencies and studios around the world.
TRAVIS S. BRANCH
Founder and Chief Creative Officer
Travis S. Branch is a musician, actor, former radio anchor, and long-time corporate marketer who decided to combine his interests and create a production studio capable of fulfilling a host of professional needs. Travis has surrounded himself with a terrific team of artists, musicians, and audio and video professionals, each with years of experience, in order to build a flexible team to support The Recording Den's mission.
Lead Studio Engineer
Michael Sorrentino earned a degree in jazz with a concentration in saxophone at the University of Bridgeport. He started his journey into recording and mix engineering in the late 80’s when he began arranging music as well as composing and producing original songs. Since then, he has engineered, mixed and produced countless projects in a spectrum of genres. Mike still records his own compositions and albums as well as cameos on other people’s projects.
LOIS LARSON BRANCH
Host, Producer, CFO
Lois adds another kind of soul into the mix at The Recording Den. Lois' background in business management, client relations, politics, and as a singer/lyricist, designer and farmer have melded together to form superwoman Lois: Program Producer, Set Designer. CFO and Host. As a transpersonal coach, she flexes her passion for helping others on their path to success by creating a warm, welcoming, supportive environment at The Recording Den.
Max Kintner is a musician, composer, and audio engineer who attended the University of New Haven and earned a degree in Music and Sound Recording. He has been heavily involved with the music scene for the past 11 years by playing in bands, recording bands, producing electronic music, mixing various projects, and composing music for video games and films. He has the utmost passion for sound in any capacity and is willing to do whatever it takes to get a perfect-sounding recording for any project.
Photographer, Videographer and Editor
Shay Green is a photographer, videographer and editor. Well-versed in social media, Shay also runs his own YouTube channel with over 200,000 subscribers focusing on musical comedy, and manages multiple other accounts. He has a passion for content creation, and now works to bring others’ visions to life with a talented team of creators here at The Recording Den.
Partner / Mastering Engineer
Since 2016 Douglas Reynolds, Mastering Engineer, has been working with artists, studios, and businesses, providing audio production services for any genre, broadcast sync, radio, VO, podcasts, and advertising. Douglas has been working with sound and audio engineering since 1989.
Dominic Mobilia, a musician, music educator and a classically-trained bass vocal soloist, has been an active music professional for fifty years. While at the Hartt School of the University of Hartford, he earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Education with a Minor in Vocal/Choral Music. Graduate music studies included child vocal development, classical and modern electronic music composition as well as studio production and engineering courses.
Jennifer's background encompasses many specialties. 25 years designing logos, brands and visual graphics lead her to designing band logos, album covers, and video graphics. She comes from a musical family - her husband played bass in a couple of bands, he and their son both play guitar, her dog sings and she just sings in her car.
Joanna has been practicing professional photography for the past decade. Having obtained her degree in Art and Design in Poland, she has since worked in Poland, the Czech Republic and United States. She has worked with Skateboards magazine, Vice, Hiro, and Elle magazine. Her works have been shown in multiple galleries, and she had great success with print advertising in Eastern Europe. Joanna has worked extensively with designers on fashion editorials, and also has experience with pack shots, artwork, weddings, portraiture and she loves to work with kids.