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Our Engineers

Meet the Moon Team

 
 
 

Lane Banning

Chief Engineer and Founder of Moon, Lane has been on a journey to build the ultimate creative space for artists, musicians, producers, and engineers for over a decade.

He first fell in love with the studio in his hometown of Philadelphia, assisting legendary producer and engineer Jim Salamone at Cambridge Sound Studios. While studying Music Technology & Production at New York University, he broke into the jazz engineering world, running sessions for industry legends including trumpeter Dave Douglas at Josh Roseman's state-of-the-art studio, The Loove. He’s since run thousands of sessions at Moon, for a range of reputable clients such as Atlantic Records, Def Jam Records, and groundbreaking artists from Anohni to Dave Weckl, Sasha Velour, Tituss Burgess, and many more.

Lane rarely identifies as a purist, but "you can't beat the classics," and his deli favorite—a whole wheat bagel toasted with regular cream cheese—is as classic as it gets.

 

 
 

Josh Liebman

Josh hails from Wayne, New Jersey, and lists Studio G, SweetSounds, and the Cutting Room as his stomping grounds prior to joining the Moon crew.

When not engineering at Moon, he can be found immersed in his studies working towards a Master’s degree and Advanced Certificate in Tonmeister studies at NYU.  Also a producer and mixer, he feels most at home working with indie bands and singer-songwriters.

A regular at Nassau Finest Deli, Josh starts his mornings with a Southwestern punch, opting for a cheese bagel and spicy jalapeño cream cheese.

 

 
 

Ike Iloegbu

The only true born-and-bred New Yorker on staff at Moon, Ike calls the Long Island hamlet of Brentwood his hometown. Outside of engineering at Moon, he produces and performs electronic music and can often be found spinning his records across the Brooklyn club scene.

Ike has former experience at Premier Studios and Bunker Studios in New York, and he enjoys working in a variety of genres ranging from electronic to jazz, pop, and hip-hop. It’s also this versatility that helps fuel his passion for the art of mastering records.

Ike always has a smile on his face, so it’s no surprise that he prefers a sweeter morning at the bodega, ordering a delectable cinnamon bagel with strawberry cream cheese.