Adam Lansky is a Oregon-based audio engineer/producer with over a decade of recording experience in California, Florida, Arizona, Arkansas & Oregon. He has worked in many genres ranging from full orchestral works and classical piano to jazz, progressive rock, folk, metal, electronic, surround sound film scores, & conscious hip-hop. Lansky’s history also includes work in theatre, independent film, television, live production and broadcast FM radio. He is currently the Archival Audio Engineer for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra‘s 2013-2018 seasons, Conway Symphony Orchestra‘s 2013-2018 seasons, Portland Piano International‘s 2015-2018 Recital Series, the Choral Arts Ensemble of Portland‘s & Sunnyside Symphony Orchestra‘s 2016-2018 concert series, & the River City Men’s Chorus 2015-2018, as well as Executive Producer for Salem Music Scene. Recent album credits include Three For Silver‘s The Way We Burn (2017) & Emily Lau‘s Opus 1 & 2 (2017).
Lansky received his Associate in Arts degree from Florida State University (Aug. 2005, Tallahassee, FL) and later graduated from the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (April 2008, Phoenix, AZ) with certifications in leading industry audio production software including Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason, Waves Plugins, and Antares Autotune. In 2013, he attended the Hot Springs Music Festival as an audio engineer under Jamie Tagg and was hired in 2014 to record the HSMF’s largest-scale performances conducted by Peter Bay. Other music education festivals recorded include the Art Porter Music Education Jazz Festival, Wildwood Park for the Arts Music Festival, & Piano. Push. Play..
Lansky is a former instructor of the Ovation Music Academy (Benton, AR) and the sole developer of OMA’s audio recording and production curriculum. He is a technical adviser for Ouachita Baptist University & has previously worked with University of Houston, University of Central Arkansas, & the Arkansas Arts Council. Academic book proposal manuscript review experience includes two titles with Focal Press-Routledge. His theatre engineering and sound design background includes the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Sunshine Brooks Theatre (Oceanside, CA), New Village Arts Theatre (Carlsbad, CA), and Star Theatre (Oceanside, CA). Film credits include Splash Worldwide (Portland), Palm Tree Shoe Productions, Darkan Entertainment, 1134 Films/Milkfarm, Knuckle City Films, Fifth Manor, Grey Sand Entertainment, and Focus One Entertainment. For two years, Lansky was a live broadcast radio producer for KABF 88.3 FM and from 2003-2016 composed/produced for evolution music band QuadkilleR.
Adam is an official member of the Audio Engineering Society (AES).
Artist endorsements include Royer Labs, Mojave Audio, & Black Lion Audio.
Prior event sponsorships include Royer Labs, Mojave Audio, Shure, & Electro-Voice.
Full resumé can be downloaded HERE.
Anna Lansky is co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of Lansky Sound. Her extensive background in finance and management began in 1997 at Hendrix College, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Global Studies with an emphasis in economics. She later added a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. Prior to founding Lansky Sound, she worked in finance and management for nonprofit organizations such as Women International for Peace and Freedom, Heifer International, and the Arkansas Department of Human Services.
Beginning at the age of eight, Anna received intensive musical training in classical piano performance, music theory and history, and choir from the Khabarovsk Music Academy in Russia. She remains an avid supporter of music education.
Lansky Sound works with an extensive network of skilled technicians who bring specialized skills best suited to meet the needs of unique clients.