SAN FRANCISCO — Audio engineer and One Union co-founder Eric Eckstein has returned to the workforce as an associate engineer at Studio Trilogy in San Francisco. Eckstein established himself as a leading sound engineer during his career, working on national campaigns and building an extensive stable of loyal clients. After going on hiatus for some time, he has returned, joining audio post veteran/Studio Trilogy business operations manager, Cindy McSherry, who co-founded and ran Crescendo Studios and Russian Hill Recording — competitors of One Union.
Studio Trilogy (www.studiotrilogy.com) is a full-service audio facility that provides music recording and audio post production services. Designed by John Storyk of WSDG, Trilogy's 8,800 square foot facility houses three control rooms, music and voice recording studios, multiple lounges, and a lush garden/BBQ area.
Eckstein’s credits include work for Anderson DDB, BBDO, Leo Burnett, Foote Cone & Belding, J Walter Thompson, Ogilvy & Mather, TBWA / Chiat Day, Grey Advertising, MTV, Polygram Records, United Way, Disney, Nickelodeon, Pixar, Jim Henson Associates, and Warner Bros. Brands that have benefitted from his audio touch include Budweiser, Mercedes Benz, the California Milk Board ("Got Milk?"), Ebay, Toyota, Ford, Honda, Porsche, Nike, McDonald's, Nintendo, AT&T, and Amazon.com.
"My goal in the studio is to deliver the client's creative vision, in an environment of collaboration and comfort,” he explains. “ I couldn't ask for a more creative environment than the one here at Studio Trilogy."