Audio Engineering

I am an audio engineer; I record, mix, and master music. I'm most known for my work vocal production work, especially for a cappella groups. Songs I have recorded and mixed have been nominated for several awards by the Contemporary A Cappella Society (CASA). I have studied recording, mixing, and mastering with four grammy-winning engineers, and I'm always excited to learn more.

Please enjoy this Spotify playlist of songs I have recorded, mixed, or mastered:

Stanford Univeresity: Sound Recording

At Stanford, I had the priveledge to teach the sound recording courses: Music 192A, B, and C.
You can hear my students work on our course Soundcloud. Enjoy!

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Select Projects & Press:

Please navigate to my credits page for a more comprehensive list of my production work!

Full Production Credits

The Stanford Daily: "Artist Spotlight: CCRMA recording engineer Elena Georgieva M.A. '19 on working with award-winning Stanford a cappella groups."


Vocal HERspective Podcast: "From a cappella singer to engineer, Elena Georgieva is lifting Stanford a cappella to new heights."

Stanford Counterpoint's version of "God Is A Woman" o.p.b. Ariana Grande. I did the vocal arrangement and a lot of the recording/production on the track. You can also hear me on the vocal percussion. This video has been nominated for a 2019 A Cappella Video Award (AVA).

The Stanford Mendicants' version of "How Long/ Misbehaving" o.p.b. Charlie Puth and Nina Simone. This song was part of the Mendicants' quarterfinal- winning ICCA competition set in 2019. I recorded and produced the audio for this session.

I recorded and mixed tracks 1 and 2 of The Nightingale Trio's most recent EP.

A "Throwback Medley" of early 2000s hits I arranged, edited, and mixed for UCLA's YOUTHphonics A Cappella.


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