The most important thing to me is that my students genuinely understand each concept before we move into deeper waters. I'm a big fan of the practical aspect to giving lessons, and will always endeavour to have the students perform the action as a tool to further solidify the concept. Audio and production is full of hard to grasp concepts, so I tend to put a big focus on visual aid and examples in order to help a student visualise something. I'll help you have a much deeper, genuine understanding whilst keeping it at your own pace in a friendly and helpful environment.
I am a live sound / studio engineer, originally from Australia, with many years of experience in the industry.
I spent several years paying my way through life in Aus, giving tuition in DAW use and audio engineering concepts to university students. I have had 3 years experience in the London club and festival production industry, and about 6 years of similar experience in Australia. I have also spent some years flying around Australia, using Ableton to perform original music live.
-Freelance Audio / Lighting engineer Bristol. ( NSL / King sound / Thekla / SWX / etc .. )
- Freelance Audio / Lighting engineer, London.
- Audio / lighting / festival / system / studio engineer , London( Hire Frequencies )
- Head of sound, London ( subduct studios )
- Production operations, Wide Open Space Festival, Aus.
- FOH operator, Melbourne, Aus ( Rubix Warehouse )
Deg. Audio Production and Technology at JMC melbourne.
Deg. Composition & Audio production at AIM, Melbourne.
Cert4 Electronic Music Production SAE, Perth.
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