We are Carriers of Emotion in Music

We capture and convey the emotions of your performance.

Preserving nuance and carrying your intentions to your audience

 This site is where we share the latest releases, updates, calendar, and more from engineer Hudson Fair. His company, Atelier HudSonic LLC, where he is Chief,  has been recording for 38 years.

 Hudson is a great listener, practitioner, and collaborator who wants the best capture of YOUR GREAT SOUND. Hudson's skills help him to offer you a rich and unique sound. With a client list of the top top musicians and groups in the world, he has the experience to make your next recording one you will be really proud of.

mail him at hudsonic1@me.com

Selected Artistes We Record

Chicago Gargoyle Brass and Organ Ensemble

St. Charles Singers 

The Cathedral Singers

William Ferris Chorale 

The Oriana Singers

Bella Voce

Juilliard String Quartet

Emerson String Quartet

Takács String Quartet

Wolfgang Rubsam, organ

Thomas Weisflog, organ

Peter Serkin ,piano

Cyprien Katsaris, piano

Ivo Pogorelich, piano

Garrick Ohllson, piano

Christoph Eschenbach, piano

Denis Matsuev, piano

Evgeni Bozhanov, piano

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, mezzo soprano

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

Lyric Opera 

The Ravinia Festival 








         Shanghai Symphony--Long Yu, conductor

Martin Theatre, Ravinia Festival

View of Martin Theatre building (1904)

Millennium Park, downtown Chicago

Partial view of Ravinia control room

Tall microphone stand

Meyer Sound AMIE monitor


Rens Heijnis Custom Built preamp working on 60 volts.


Live broadcast on WFMT Radio, 
Chicago




Live broadcast on WFMT Radio, 
Chicago




Gyraf Audio Gyratec IX tube preamplifier


You're Nobody without a Neve.


Wolfgang Rübsam records Widor Organ Symphony No. 1 at Rockefeller Chapel, Chicago

Richard Proulx

Richard Proulx

Ravinia Festival recording room

At The Ravinia Festival control room

Chicago Symphony plays Mahler 2 with Jimmy Levine conducting

With Jonathan Smith, on a brass recording session. John is now the Recording Fellow at New World Symphony, Miami, Florida

Sonosax Faders

He plays the hammer

Schoeps M221B

In Paris with Funky Junk Crew

At Lincoln Cathedral UK

with Philip Moore 

Tonmeister Gunther Appenheimer

John Dunkerley

At Alvernia Studios outside Krakow

1 of 5 new halls at DePaul University, Chicago

with trusty Nagra Seven

JIm Pugh, organist

En France

In edit room 

Lincoln Cathedral Chapter House

Telefunken Loop

Gargoyle Brass


Bella Voce, Brahms Requiem (London version)



St. Charles Singers

Lawo console in Cologne

Setting up for a mic shootout

Temporary basement control room for Mahler 2
Analog and digital coexist

135dB dynamic range

Parisian outlet

Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires

2 Nagra T-Audio for Tom Waits

Stellavox SM-8

Out with Josh Thomas, Rupert Neve Designs

Custom color Schoeps

Sonosax Switzerland

At Sonosax, Le Mont sur Lausanne, Switzerland

Hudson Fair day at Nagra, 
Romanel sur Lausanne, Switzerland

Lascaux Caves

Lascaux Caves, 
Montignac, 
Dordogne Region, France

At NOSPR, 
Katowice, Poland

Durham Cathedral dressing room

At Durham Cathedral, UK

In Russia

Funkhaus, Brlin

FLEA Microphones
Superfet 47 & 48

At Tonstudio van Geest, 
Sandhausen, Germany

Kilar

Wojciech Kilar

Funkhaus, Berlin

Funkhaus, Berlin

Muscle Shoals Sound, 
Sheffield, Alabama

Universal Recording, Chicago

Special piano

Dennis Moore at the keyboard

Dennis Moore plays a Fazioli

Chrzanow, Poland is where I have my European headquarters

Recording at St. Cantius Church, Altelier HudSonic

Neumann Head

Kerwax Replica tube box

Location of William Byrd's house

Where William Byrd's house once stood, Lincoln,  England

Live broadcast, WFMT Radio

Ambrose Gauntlett, cello

Ambrose Gauntlett, cello
First chair, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Played with The Stones and the Beatles

Stars of Lyric Opera live broadcast

Grant Park Orchestra Live Broadcast for WFMT

Ewa Kowcz, soprano

Early music recording in Binaural sound

Stage plot for Mahler 2