Craig White is a 30 year veteran of all phases of the entertainment industry. His engineering credits include projects with a wide variety of artists and producers including Celine Dion, Kool and the Gang, Gerald Levert, Wendy O. Williams, and most of the Philadelphia International Records roster; including Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Phyllis Hyman, Dexter Wansel, The O’Jays, and Lou Rawls. As a professional musician, he toured the country and abroad for 12 years before getting into the recording industry in 1980.
He had worked in many of the top studios in New York and the Northeast prior to relocating to the Philadelphia area to become the chief engineer and studio manager for Gamble and Huff’s Philadelphia International Records. He has engineered several Grammy Award nominated projects including 1991’s “Having Church” with the Rev. James Cleveland, which won the “Best Traditional Gospel” album of the year Grammy. He also engineered the debut album for Tito Puente protégé Millie P., which was a Grammy nominee in the Latin/Tropical Salsa category.
Craig was an early proponent of the use of computers in musical and recording applications and he is experienced with all of the computer platforms and programs now being used to perform tasks in the industry.