Andrew Mendelson is the owner and Grammy Nominated Chief Mastering Engineer of Georgetown Masters in Nashville, Tennessee. Following a three-year stint at the highly regarded Telarc Records, Mendelson moved to Nashville to apprentice under Georgetown’s storied co-founder Denny Purcell. Andrew took over as Chief Engineer in 2002 and eventually acquired the company in 2004.
Andrew’s clientele is as diverse as it is impressive. He has mastered dozens of #1, Grammy winning, and gold and platinum projects by artists including: The Rolling Stones, The White Stripes, Kings of Leon, Mariah Carey, Elton John, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Casting Crowns, Ricky Skaggs and Willie Nelson. In addition to his mastering work for CD and digital download release, Andrew works extensively on stereo and surround sound projects for DVD, Blu-Ray and Broadcast.
Adam joined Georgetown Masters after earning his B.A. in Music Production and Technology from the Hartt School. Prior to moving to Nashville, Adam served as a recording engineer at the world-renowned Aspen Music Festival. Adam derives his passion for music from years of classical training in French horn performance; he has played with orchestras and ensembles throughout the East Coast.