Danielle Engen wears many hats at Electric Feel, something that seems to be a trend in her career in the recording industry. Always willing to pitch in and cover whatever needs to be done has led to her managing producers and iconic recording spaces. She was hired as an intern at the Sanctuary Group back in 2004 and became the producers manager before long, helping with budgets and pairing producers with new artists and projects. After working for GPS for two years, Danielle became the studio coordinator for the Village Recording Studios in West Los Angeles. She became Jeff Greenberg’s right hand person and developed content for both their website and social media. That experience allowed her to work on many exciting products with top name artists and producers. After a three year stint working at Australia’s famed Studio 301, and then as Harvey Mason Jr’s manager, Danielle was back in the producers management world, a position she feels perfectly suited for her skill set and passion. Joining Electric Feel in 2019 and getting to know the company's roster of producers, just before the pandemic of 2020 hit, was perfect timing as Danielle rose to the challenging times and again pitched in to help with the managing of mobile recording studios, the expanding requests for improving home recording studios from their clients, social media and internet content creation and brand partnerships. Danielle’s creativity and knowledge align perfectly with her passion and drive, which ultimately allows producers and artists a space and the resources to express themselves musically.
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