Eryck’s experience in the audio field has allowed him to freelance in a number of reputable studios all over the country and over the years, he has developed professional and personal relationships with many of the worlds’ finest artists, musicians, engineers and producers whom he has grown to respect. Though he is best known for working on pop, EDM, hip-hop, reggae and indie projects, he has recorded and mixed nearly every musical genre you can imagine including rock, jazz, latin, R&B, soul, gospel, film/TV soundtracks, and movie scores.
Outside of the studio, Eryck shares his passion for audio and music production by providing insight and expertise to aspiring producers and engineers alike. He regularly deliver guest lectures at universities and colleges, and is actively involved in many industry events and organizations.
Eryck’s love for music began at an early age and it has been a fundamental part of his life. By the time he finished high school, the audio bug had bit him. He traded a couple of his guitars for an 8-track cassette recorder and a sampling groove-box and he was hooked! His newfound interest in music production and audio engineering simply became a hobby. However, as soon as he realized that this was a viable field, he decided to pursue it whole-heartedly. From there, his journey into the professional world of music began.
In 2006, Eryck became an in-house music producer and engineer for Sound Squeeze, a privately owned production studio in Long Island. In late 2007, he started working freelance out of Lobo Recording Studios where he developed his skills recording and mixing for some of the best studio musicians in the world. Towards the end of 2009, he ventured off as an independent music producer and started Friggy Music LLC. Since then, his whole career has been a domino effect with one opportunity leading right into the next.
Eryck recently decided to take the leap into full-time freelance to focus on creating quality sounds for numerous projects. He works in various studios within the New York community, deciding on which space to use based off the equipment needed for each individual project. He currently split his time producing and mixing for high-profile clients and scouting the world in search of the next up-and-coming artist.