Andy Edlen is the founder of Harmonic Engineering. While still a teenager, he played in hotels and bistros in the US Virgin Islands. Then it was on to weekly singer-songwriter gigs in the clubs of Greenwich Village. He later worked as a recording engineer at Electric Lady Studios under the stern ear of Eddie Kramer, fortunate to be able to learn on sessions with Stevie Wonder, Lena Horne, Mitch Mitchell and Carly Simon among many other top pro's.


With the sale of a song that wound up on Paul Butterfield's Golden Hits and the founding of ASCAP publishing company Dull Thud Music, Andy began accumulating music credits that led to his current membership in NARAS, the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences (the parent organization of the Grammies) and GANG, the computer industry's Game Audio Network Guild. Now with over three decades of experience in the music and game industries as an engineer, musician, songwriter, composer and sound designer, Andy has built a network of accomplished colleagues that have enabled Harmonic Engineering to accomodate a wider range of projects, delivering against demanding milestone schedules while maintaining top-flight production values.