Phil Greene

Phil Greene

 Engineer / Producer / Acoustician / Studio Designer / Studio Musician

Only a handful of recording engineer / producers can claim over seventy million in record sales. In his twenty-four years as owner, manager, and chief engineer of Normandy Sound, Phil Greene has recorded and/or mixed over twenty-five gold and platinum albums and singles. In addition to being a successful engineer and producer, Phil is also an experienced studio manager, acoustician, studio designer and builder, having run his own 48-track SSL room from 1975 to 1999. There is not a lot about recording music or running a studio Phil doesn’t know.

For 24 Years, Phil owned and operated Normandy Sound in Warren, RI, where sixty seven chart albums, twenty seven gold and platinum albums, ten Top Ten hits, three #1 albums, nine Top Ten singles (six of which reached #1), were recorded and/or mixed, resulting in sales of over 70 million records. It was clearly New England’s most successful music studio and Phil clearly New England’s most successful recording engineer/producer. Phil has been in the business since 1963 as a guitarist, studio musician, recording artist, engineer and producer. He produced his first top 20 single in 1972 as a member of the recording group Swallow for Warner Brothers Records.

His extensive discography includes mixing New Kids on the Block’s 1988 ‘Hangin’ Tough’ album (which has sold over ten million copies in the U.S. and thirty seven million copies worldwide, in addition to boasting a whopping five #1 hit singles), and more recently, Peter Wolf’s 2002 album ‘Sleepless,’ featuring artists such as Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, and Steve Earl (this album was chosen as one of Rolling Stone’s list of ‘500 Greatest Albums of All-Time’).