1. Vital Voices: Amira Yahyaoui (2015) - Hundredth Monkey Collective/Vital Voices Global Partnership

Hundredth Monkey Collective partnered with Vital Voices Global Partnership and Tunisian activist Amira Yahyaoui to create this short documentary about the current state of democracy in Tunisia, as told from the perspective of ordinary Tunisians. The film was shown at the 2015 Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, DC on June 16, 2015. Music, interview recordings (except 2:50-3:39), and sound design by Jordan Thomas Gray. Final mixing by Heard City. Interviews were recorded with a Sennheiser MKH416, a Sennheiser MKH50, and a Sound Devices 633, if you're into that sort of thing.


2. Vital Voices: Yin Myo Su (2015) - Hundredth Monkey Collective/Vital Voices Global Partnership

Hundredth Monkey Collective partnered with Vital Voices Global Partnership and Burmese entrepreneur Yin Myo Su to create this film in support of sustainable business practices in Myanmar. The film was shown at the 2015 Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, DC on June 16, 2015. Sound design, mixing, and on-location voiceover recording by Jordan Thomas Gray. Additional musical elements by Dan Radlauer. Final mixing by Heard City.


3. Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in A Major, K.211/L.133/P.277 (2014) - Musica Omnia

This is an album of Scarlatti harpsichord sonatas performed by Nickolai Sheikov. Jordan Gray did 95% of the editing on the album. There are hundreds of edits in total - all (hopefully) invisible. The edits were done in Pyramix 9 - sometimes working from the original musical score, and sometimes under the direction of the performer (Nickolai Sheikov). In addition to editing, Jordan Gray handled noise removal using Algorithmix reNOVAtor, and worked with the performer to select takes for the final edit. Original recording session and final mix by Joel Gordon.