RemotePro technologies are being implemented by film, television, music, house of worship, and commercial clients to navigate the new production challenges of today’s economy. Trusted by the world’s best-known artists and shows, our team and technologies combine to produce a superior, dependable, and creative product.
Brett "Scoop" Blanden
Brett “Scoop” Blanden has more than two decades of diverse entertainment industry experience. He’s a sought-after live-event consultant, accomplished recording engineer, former studio manager of Ocean Way Nashville, international touring live sound engineer of Lady A and Charles Kelley, and business developer/owner of the Brett’s Place Productions conglomerate, which includes: Brett’s Place Studio, Brett’s Place Consulting, BrettsPlaceLIVE Sound/Lighting Company, and the BrettsPlaceLive Streaming Destination.
Jody Elff is a GRAMMY Award winning audio engineer, sound designer and artist. Elff has mixed countless televised network concert events. His orchestral collaborations include Yuval Sharon with the LA Philharmonic and Lincoln Center Festival. He has made field recordings of folk music in Morocco and Ethiopia, and his work with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble includes recording 3 albums and engineering hundreds of performances in venues around the world. Jody is the founder and owner of Little Dog Live, a pioneer in high-fidelity live-streaming services.
Elff’s corporate design work includes site-specific sound installations for Target and Turner Networks. His fine art sound works have been presented at museums and galleries internationally, including collaborations with David Lang and Diller & Scofido and Renfro on “Musings on a Glass Box” at Fondation Cartier in Paris and “The Mile Long Opera” in NYC. He was commissioned to create a sound installation, “Strata” which is permanently on display in Lyon, France. In 2018-2019 Elff was the audio engineer for Michelle Obama’s “Becoming” international book tour, and began 2020 with Oprah Winfrey’s “2020 Vision” tour.
Anthony Falcone is a Keystone state native who finished music production coursework with prestigious honors from Middle Tennessee State University and immediately hit the West Coast, immersing himself in the LA entertainment scene with multi-platinum engineer, mixer and producer Dave Aron. He assisted in the design, construction, and operation of Aron’s Hollywood Way studio – home of groundbreaking albums for Tupac Shakur, Prince, Sublime, Lil’ Kim, R. Kelly, The Notorious B.I.G., and Snoop Dogg.
Falcone’s reputation for delivering quality under pressure landed him an engineer role on Jennifer Lopez’s “Dance Again… the Hits” earning him his first RIAA certified Platinum Record with >1M downloads and 495M YouTube views. His client roster includes: Marc Anthony, Prince, Snoop Dogg, Ginuwine, David Lee Roth, Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow, Skrillex, Taylor Dayne, Luke James, Nipsey Hussle, YG, DJ Mustard, Kurupt, Daniel Marley and Daz Dillinger, co-producing a track for D’manti with Luny Toons that would become a #15 Billboard Dance Charts hit. Falcone has received multiple Telly awards for the work he both penned and produced for Education Connection, a project that aired for five years with millions of fans.
Returning to Nashville, Falcone serves as the Director of Technology for H.O.M.E. (Helping Our Music Evolve) and designs technology systems that provide practical solutions for artists and their teams. Anthony is excited and grateful to serve RPG by elevating experience opportunities for artists and looks to educate, inspire, and mentor current and future generations of creatives.
Gregory Green combines over 25 years experience in technology design, engineering, and implementation with over a decade in managerial consulting, executive leadership, and services delivery. He enjoys both the intricacies of technology and the collaborative efforts necessary to deliver exceptional solutions. Gregory holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from the University of Evansville, Indiana, as well as an MBA and Masters Degree in Marketing from the Melbourne Business School, Melbourne, Australia.
Previous roles include senior technology architect positions for large-scale enterprise networks in government, education, healthcare, and Fortune 500 companies where performance and reliability are critical. Over the past decade, he has brought this structured tech background to event infrastructure for live productions. Gregory has designed and implemented technical solutions for hundreds of events in over 30 countries for a wide range of events, tours, festivals, and major esports tournaments and broadcasts.
For over 40 years, John Harris has been a trusted resource to the artist, record label, music, and television production community. His engineering expertise and innovative technological approaches have allowed him to help pioneer new innovation with some of the most prominent productions that the music business has created. When historical musical moments are made, John is there.
John has received 12 Prime-Time Emmy Awards, 3 GRAMMY Awards, 1 Peabody Awards, and 19 TEC Awards thus far in his illustrious career. John has recorded and mixed thousands of live television events, live albums and concert feature films, building relationships with artists including Adele, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, Lady Gaga, George Harrison, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Metallica, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, U2, The Who, and many others. John has been the broadcast music mixer of the GRAMMY Awards for 30 years.
John has always embraced cutting edge technologies, many times becoming the first to implement them creatively in live production settings. His passion for putting artists and their musical vision first has earned the trust of top creative professionals worldwide.
John’s passion continues to be integral in the production of many defining, magical moments in music history. Through his work with RemotePro, he embraces a new era of technology to carry on the tradition of musical innovation in the new normal that we call 2020. Now, more than ever, fans need to experience and connect with music and the artists they love.
Scott Pederson produces events, experiences, music, products, and projects to a truly worldwide audience and has done so for nearly three decades. Scott is a GRAMMY nominated mix engineer and John Lennon Songwriting Award winning artist who picked up his first trumpet at the age of 9 and fell in love with music. As the son of conservatory-trained musicians including a pillar of technology in music theory, form, and analysis education, Scott is highly passionate about the use of tech as a powerful learning catalyst, has extensive academic experience including the University of Tennessee, and currently sits on several education and tech-focused advisory and executive boards across the United States.
Scott performed and production managed thousands of shows in all sizes as a national touring artist before taking over ownership and operation of a successful, award-winning recording studio. Scott has productively served as a top-level business consultant, CTO, National Sales Manager, Global Business Development Director, and Strategic Partnerships Director by creatively blending service-forward leadership, event management, and cutting-edge technology into cohesive, on-brand experiences for hundreds of companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 50. With deep expertise in corporate and sales management, marketing, and business administration, Scott has founded tech startups and held senior executive roles at marquee brands in pro audio, CE, and event production.