Control Room A
Studio A live room
Control Room B

Matthew Kramer

Producer, Engineer, Videographer, Video Editor

Matthew Kramer (we call him "Kramer") is an experienced media producer with a unique skill set that makes him invaluable in a wide range of projects. In addition to his independent production, Kramer was a Training and Support Specialist for Sony Media Software. Notable projects for DNA include the AV Sessions for the Onion's AV Club.

Kramer was a staff engineer at DNA from 2003-2006 and worked on a wide variety of music production and sound design projects and was a key engineer on several big projects for Apple.

A major formative experience for Kramer was as the drummer for alternative rock band Monovox. In 2000, Monovox earned a $250,000 recording contract through the Internet record label Garageband.com, founded by Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads.

Kramer's Project Credits