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Music Production & Recording Technology



Film Project ‘Sides’ Celebrates Interdepartmental Collaboration

Shot on the Shenandoah University campus during the 2023 J Term semester, “Sides” represents an interdepartmental conservatory collaboration between acting, musical theatre, theater design and production, and music production and recording technology, as well as the university’s College of Arts & Sciences’ film department. The feature-length coming-of-age story was directed by Visiting Associate Professor of […]

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Recording Session with Golder O'Neill

O’Neill ’92 and Preston ’23 Host Recording Session with Country Artist Spencer Hatcher

Director and Associate Professor of Music Production & Recording Technology Golder O’Neill ’92, M.M.E., and Tom Preston ’23 (Bachelor of Music in Music Production & Recording Technology) held a recording session with Spencer Hatcher in Ruebush Studios during Shenandoah University’s winter break where they recorded Hatcher’s song, “The Ballad of Ben May.” Hatcher is a […]

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John Krivit of Hey Audio Student

Students Learn about Audio Archiving, Preservation and Restoration

John Krivit of Facebook’s “Hey Audio Student” and Director of Audio Archiving at Library of Congress (LOC) Rob Friedrich talked to conservatory students about the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Conference on Audio Archiving, Preservation and Restoration at 1 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7, in the Ruebush Hall Recording Studio. The Audio Archiving, Preservation and Restoration […]

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Alumni Successes

Dan Merceruio

Merceruio ’06 Wins Grammy for Best Immersive Audio Album

Producer Dan Merceruio ’06 (Bachelor of Music in Contemporary Commercial Music), along with Leslie Ann Jones and Michael Romanowski, received a Grammy Award for Best Immersive Audio Album for the “Soundtrack of the American Soldier.” The project was created with The United States Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus under the leadership of conductor Col. […]

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Kyle Windbeck

Bassist Windbeck ’21 Joins Bluegrass Band Sideline

Multi-instrumentalist Kyle Windbeck ’21 (Bachelor of Arts in Recording & Audio Arts) recently joined the bluegrass band Sideline as the group’s bassist. Visit bluegrasstoday.com/kyle-windbeck-and-andy-buckner-to-sideline to learn more. “I am so happy for Kyle as he continues to find success as a performer with the powerhouse bluegrass band Sideline,” said Assistant Professor of Music Production & […]

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