Frank Green, owner of DigitalMaster, moved to Nashville, TN more than twenty-four years ago to further his music recording and production career. He started working as an assistant for a top recording engineer and producer at CBS (later Sony) Recording Studios, one of the last "major label" studios to exist. Upon its close Frank began working at a leading Nashville studio and quickly advanced to the position of chief engineer. During the 90's, Frank was a partner at the renowned Woodland Studios; one of the oldest, largest and most revered recording studios in Nashville. From the early sixties until its close shortly after the devastating tornado of 1998, Woodland was responsible for a myriad of Country chart hits such as, The Oakridge Boys, Patty Loveless, Faith Hill, Nancy Griffith, and more. Many Pop and Rock acts recorded there as well including, The Eagles, Kansas, Neil Diamond, Bob Seger, and The Fixx, just to name a few. In addition to running the Mastering studio Frank also engineered and produced many projects at Woodland. Since that time Frank has become an independent recording engineer/producer who works with many of the top recording artists in Nashville. Now, Frank runs DigitalMaster Studio and Frank Green Productions, which specialize in artist development, music production, and video production. Frank's son Sean joined the team in early 2006 and now runs the video production branch of DigitalMaster.
Utilizing his creative ability and the latest video production technology, Sean strives to make each video project stunning. Having worked on projects for several major record labels including Capitol, Warner Brothers and Decca, Sean knows how to translate your vision into video content for TV or the internet.
Before joining his father at DigitalMaster, Sean worked in Explosive Ordnance Disposal for the USAF and taught SCUBA diving in Guam as a PADI dive instructor. While exploring his passion for video production in his spare time, Sean learned valuable lessons about how to work under pressure and think outside the box; two skills which can make a big difference on your next project.
"One of the most important parts of my job is to listen. I'll ask questions and discuss the vision you have. Not sure what direction you want to go? I can help you with that too, just contact us to get started."