Joe Deluca



Joe DeLuca began playing keyboards and guitar in the Philly/New Jersey rock scene in the 1970s with original bands like Versylus, PMA, Shouting Distance,
Steve Junker and Poor Devil, Simon Says, Creamsicle Spiders, and Smokin' Donny V.

Joe has also appeared as a session player on a number of releases from regional artists. In 1981 he enrolled in Kajem Studio's highly regarded recording program, studying with engineer/producer Joe Alexander; DeLuca exited the program with multiple skills as musician/engineer/producer. Those skills found a home in 1985 when Joe opened his own New Jersey based studio facility - "Why Me?" Recording - where he continues to offer multitrack recording and artist development services. Joe's many years of experience in performance and studio engineering are bolstered by his involvement in mastering and manufacturing; Joe's equally at home, whether he's punching up multitrack mixes, mastering, advising clients on graphics, or career strategy. Among all of Masterwork's engineers, Joe continues to distinguish himself consistently with his on-job "multitasking", and by having the longest hair.Clients include: Patty Scoboria, Bad Luck 13, Turning Point, Limecell, and The 440’s

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Joe DeLuca began playing keyboards and guitar in the Philly/New Jersey rock scene in the 1970s with original bands like Versylus, PMA, Shouting Distance,
Steve Junker and Poor Devil, Simon Says, Creamsicle Spiders, and Smokin' Donny V.

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Joe Kraus studied engineering and recording with Jim Gallagher as a student at Temple University. After graduating from Temple in 1989, Joe began engineering at Sigma Sound, working on their famed Neve console; Kraus quickly developed advanced recording and production skills and began working key sessions with Sigma's big clients.

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Engineer John Henderson began working at Masterwork Recording in 1999, training with Peter Humphreys to learn the skills involved in audio mastering.

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