IMC Clinics in Quito: Production and Sound

Monday / January 31, 2011 / 8:00 am
Instituto de Música Contemporánea
Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Quito
EC
United States

Students in Ecuador can take advantage of an in-depth exploration of music production over three days of eight-hour clinics at Quito's Institute of Contemporary Music, Jan. 31-Feb. 2. The sessions will be led by Berklee's Rob Jaczko, chair of music production and engineering and Stephen Webber, professor of music production and engineering. 

Rob Jaczko, a former staff engineer at A&M Studios (Hollywood CA), has been Berklee's MP&E chair since 2000. His recording credits include sessions with Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Don Henley, Ron Wood, Crowded House, Toto, Graham Nash, Vinnie Colaiuta, Danilo Perez, Pat Metheny, and many others.

Stephen Webber, an Emmy-winning composer, has been a member of the Berklee faculty since the 1990s. A multi-instrumentalist who often contributes guitars, keyboards, banjo, mandolin, and turntables to his productions, Webber has recorded with Mark O'Connor, Tony Trishka and Meshell Ndegeocello, and performed with Bela Fleck, Grandmixer DXT, and Emmylou Harris. Music Production Analysis, Webber's newly authored course for Berkleemusic, recently won the national Best Online Course Award from the University Continuing Education Association.

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