Josie Carrero

Adjunct Instructor

Josie Carerro

Joanne “Josie” Carrero started her career in the audio field at a very young age where she had the opportunity to be mentored hands on by established engineers and producers in the audio recording field.

With her talent and polished skills, she quickly garnered an impressive resume which includes engineering projects for Sony, Universal, Interscope, EMI and Atlantic as well as working in studios such as Chung King, The Hit Factory, Unique and Sony Studios. She has engineering credits on Bob Marley / Select Records digital re-mastering. Universal Music / Decca Records: Grammy Winner - Stuart Matthewman’s (Sade, Maxwell, Cottonbelly) Jazz duo Twin Danger project. Columbia/ Sony Jermaine Dupri: Kino Watson/ Got It Goin On - Remix. 4th & Broadway: Masters At Work - R&B Mix: Drizabone – Mary J. Blige / Real Love - Remix. Select Records/ M.O.P - To The Death, Relativity/ M.O.P - Firing Squad and IDG Publishing: SWV/ Toni Braxton/ Tina Turner/ Patti La Belle/ Irene Carr to name a few.

Some of her production credits include dance remix work for the legendary Grammy winner Burning Spear, which appears on the album, “No Destroyer”. Her single “Wan’B Like Me” was featured in HBO Film, Life Support starring, Queen Latifah and she has been featured on Lady Beat Makers Vol. 1 on allhiphop.com as one of the top female engineers in the field.

She was the head engineer and lead recording engineer instructor, at her multi-media recording facility in Chelsea, NYC; Night Owl Studios which she co-owned. Its clientele included major labels, artists, independent ones as well as film and TV companies.

Needless, to say she is a studio maven and software expert with an extensive background in music software; Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Traktor Pro, Maschine and certified in Logic Pro X. She currently owns a production studio in Brooklyn where she produces, mixes, remixes electronic music and teaches. She also performs as a hybrid controllerist DJ and co-hosts “The Pretty Hybrid Show” online, in the UK, where she plays electronic music and discusses events, music and technology.