art meets Technology

For over thirty years, Digital Island Studios has been helping artists and creators realize their vision. We strive to be a collaborative partner and help you capture your voice in a transparent, clear, and direct way.

Will Salwen

Audio Engineer

Will is an audio engineer and musician born, raised, and still based out of New York City.  He has a bachelor of music with a concentration in audio engineering from CCNY’s Sonic Arts Center and has worked at venues all over the city, from David Geffen Hall to Rubulad, and with ensembles ranging from jazz trios to orchestras, punk bands to pop singers and everything in between.  In addition to his work at Digital Island Studios, he is the full-time broadcast mixer at Central Synagogue in Manhattan and works at Kaufman Music Center’s Merkin Hall, as well as gigging around the city as a freelance bassist and guitarist.


Neve Jahn

Audio Engineer

Neve is a sound engineer and musician. Her experience recording classical artists includes work with the Pacifica Quartet, Katherine Needleman, Kevin Puts with soloists of the Metropolitan Opera, and a number of Baltimore new music ensembles and performers. She has also worked as a location recordist for a number of film and video projects, including Marji Vecchio’s upcoming Sandy Stone documentary Girl Island. Neve is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory, where she completed degrees in recording and composition. 


Adam Morel

Assistant Audio Engineer

Before joining the team at Digital Island Studios, Adam worked with Wes Dooley, owner of AEA Ribbon Mics, Robert Anderson, Recording Engineer and Educator, of Anderson Sound Recording, and interned at the legendary Sear Sound Studio under engineer Chris Allen. Recently, Adam has worked on numerous sessions including recording setups for orchestras to small bands and post production. Adam also participates in after school programs for children, educating them in music and providing a fun learning environment. Adam is a Queens native who loves music and wherever it takes him.


Our Credits

Hundreds of commercial recordings have been released on Sony Classical, Phillips, Harmonia Mundi, Verve, Naxos, Sheffield Lab Recordings, Arabesque, Koch, and countless other labels from Albany to Zuma, and our growing list of happy customers includes F. Murray Abraham, the American Institute of Architects, the Americas Society, Sergio and Odair Assad, Avie Records, Alec Baldwin, Ballet Hispánico of New York, Balourdet String Quartet, the Banff Center for Arts and Creativity, Bargemusic, Rachel Barton Pine, Baruch Performing Arts Center, Black Opera Productions, Brasil Guitar Duo, Brooklyn Rider, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Izaline Callister, Carnegie Hall, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Phyllis Chen, Central Synagogue, the Cleveland Orchestra, Columbia University, Concert Artists Guild, Concerto Köln, Mario Davidovsky, Paquito D’Rivera, Dynasty Financial Partners, Ethos Percussion Group, Nicolas Flagello, Lukas Foss, Philip Glass, Gnattalli Quartet, Osvaldo Golijov, Joseph Gramley, Terry Gross, Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Thomas Hampson, Larry Harlow, Harmonie Ensemble New York, Felix Hell, Wilson Hermanto, Hess Toy Truck, Hamilton de Holanda, Marilyn Horne, Ikue Ikeda, Inti-Illimani, Iowa Public Radio, Iris Orchestra, the Irish Arts Center, Jack Quartet, Richard Jacobowski, The Juilliard School, Masabumi Kikuchi, the Knights Chamber Orchestra, Jenifer Koh, La Jolla Music Society, Mary Jane Lamond, John Lehmann Haupt, Seunghee Lee, Sir Gilbert Levine, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, John Lithgow, the Long Island Composers Alliance, Look and Listen Festival, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Yo-Yo Ma, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Pete Malinverni, Manhattan School of Music, Eddy Marcano, Steve Martin, Isata and Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Michael McDonald, Bill McGlaughlin, John McWhorter, Antonio Meneses, Meridian String Quartet, Metropolis Ensemble, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Momenta String Quartet, the Morgan Library & Museum, the Music Festival of the Hamptons, Riccardo Muti, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Lorin Maazel, the Morgan Library & Museum, New School – Mannes School of Music, Kengo Nakamura, the New York Festival of Song, the New York Philharmonic, New York State Council on the Arts, New York University, 92nd St. Y, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Omaha Symphony, Greg Osby, Makoto Ozone, Pacifica Quartet, Lionel Party, Vanessa Perez, Joshua Pierce, Rachel Barton Pine, Prometheus Chamber Orchestra, Penguin Random House, the Philadelphia Orchestra, John Pizzarelli, the Prototype Festival, PUBLIQuartet, Quintet of the Americas, the Radio Foundation, Peter Rejto, Steven Richman, St Lawrence String Quartet, Sam Houston State University, San Francisco Symphony, São Paulo Symphony, John Schaefer, Gunther Schuller, Gerard Schwartz, David Sedaris, Shanghai String Quartet, Roberto Sierra, Frank Sinatra High School of the Arts, The Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Chango Spasiuk, Tanya Tagaq, Temple Israel of Lawrence, Tenri Cultural Institute, Colm Tóibín, Tokyo Quartet, Tonolec, Triumph Learning, Dawn Upshaw, Peter Vinograde, Jan Vogler, Voices of Ascension, Deborah Voigt, Colson Whitehead, Young Concert Artists, and the greatest Diva of them all, Miss Piggy.

Film, television, podcast, and radio projects have included productions and live worldwide broadcasts for ABC-TV, ABC (Australia), Bazaar Audio, BBC, CBC, the Criterion Collection, Death, Sex, & Money, ESPN, Fresh Air, From the Top, Gen Z Media, The Guardian, Jim Henson Productions, Iowa Public Radio, KCRW, KHON-TV, KQED, KUAT, Minnesota Public Radio, The Moth, NPR, New York Public Radio, NOS, On Being, Planet Money, PRX, Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Sirius-XM, Slate, South Carolina Public Radio, Travel with Rick Steves, WAMU, WBAI, WBEZ, WBUR, WFMT, WHYY, WRTI, and WWFM.


Our studio is located in the heart of Manhattan just off of Madison Square Park

 Phone: ‭212.243.9753‬

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15 West 26th Street

12th Floor

Manhattan, NY 10010

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